Monthly Archives: September 2016

NATO has no plan to defend Europe if Russia should attack

British General Sir Richard Barrons this week told the British Times “Russia could deploy tens of thousands of troops into Nato territory within 48 hours, backed by warplanes and ships, whereas it would take Nato months to do the same.” … Continue reading

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Russia determined to expand influence over former Soviet colonies

The overall picture for Russia in autumn 2016 in regard to some of its former European colonies that once belonged to the Soviet Union is rather favorable. Belarus and Armenia have the closest relation with Russia, and are politically and … Continue reading

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Sweden prepones troop deployment on Gotland

Sweden just announced some 150 troops from a mechanized company put on the island in the context of drills would stay there. The activity of Russian submarines, aircraft and ships in the region has continued to be high (including a … Continue reading

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