US military using lessons from Ukraine to prepare Taiwan against invasion

Americans want to use what they have learned from arming Ukraine to help Taiwan prepare for a potential Chinese attack, the NYT says The US is seeking to reshape Taiwan's defense systems in light of the experience gained from sending military aid to Ukraine, which is currently locked in a conflict with Russia, the New … Continue reading US military using lessons from Ukraine to prepare Taiwan against invasion

Biden: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a global issue

Leaders of Australia, India, Japan and the United States gathered Tuesday in Tokyo with pledges to promote a free and open Indo-Pacific region, combat climate change, and cooperate on the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, U.S. President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi … Continue reading Biden: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a global issue

Sen. Mitt Romney suggests strategies to fight Putin in Ukraine

Republican Sen. Mitt Romney suggested in a New York Times essay that "NATO could engage" in Ukraine, "potentially obliterating Russia's struggling military" as an option against Russian President Vladimir Putin were he to deploy nuclear weapons. The Utah senator also suggested that the West confront China and other Russian-allied nations with an ultimatum. "You are either with … Continue reading Sen. Mitt Romney suggests strategies to fight Putin in Ukraine

Volodymyr Zelenskyy reveals miltary strategy against Putin’s soldiers

Ukraine was preparing on Monday for a new Russian push in the eastern Donbas region, as Kyiv said its army's counterattack around Kharkiv had gained momentum. Since failing to take the capital at the beginning of the offensive in late February, control of Donbas has become one of Moscow's primary objectives, but Western intelligence has … Continue reading Volodymyr Zelenskyy reveals miltary strategy against Putin’s soldiers

Top headlines on the Russia-Ukraine war

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com • Ukrainian troops defending the city of Kharkiv have reached the state border with Russia, the regional governor said on Monday. It was not immediately clear how many troops had reached the Russian border and where.  • Ukrainian border guards fought off an incursion by a Russian sabotage and reconnaissance … Continue reading Top headlines on the Russia-Ukraine war

UK Intelligence: Russia has lost one-third of its soldiers in Ukraine

Photo by Sharefaith on Pexels.com Russia has probably lost around a third of the ground forces it deployed to Ukraine and its offensive in the Donbas region "has lost momentum and fallen significantly behind schedule," British military intelligence said on Sunday. "Despite small-scale initial advances, Russia has failed to achieve substantial territorial gains over the … Continue reading UK Intelligence: Russia has lost one-third of its soldiers in Ukraine

Ukrainian music group Kalush Orchestra wins Eurovision amid war with Russia

 Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra won the Eurovision Song Contest, a clear show of popular support for the group's war-ravaged nation that went beyond music. The band and its song “Stefania” beat 24 other performers early Sunday in the grand final of the competition. The public vote from home, via text message or the Eurovision app, … Continue reading Ukrainian music group Kalush Orchestra wins Eurovision amid war with Russia

U.S. official confirms it provided intelligence to Ukraine

The U.S. provided intelligence to Ukraine in fighting Russia, U.S. Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield told CNN on Sunday. The senior official said despite offering intelligence, Ukraine makes decision on “what they will target and how they will target.” Her comment came amid recent media reports claiming that the U.S. provided intelligence that helped … Continue reading U.S. official confirms it provided intelligence to Ukraine

Civilians evacuated from Mariupol 

Azov regiment members walk with civilians during UN-led evacuations from the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol. /David Arakhamia/Azov Regiment/Reuters Humanitarian organizations are working to evacuate more civilians from the devastated Ukrainian port city of Mariupol, with hundreds of people still believed to be trapped in the Azovstal steel works, the last stronghold of Ukrainian troops in … Continue reading Civilians evacuated from Mariupol 

Zelenskyy calls for global control of Russia’s nuclear arms

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said "global control" over Russia's nuclear facilities and nuclear technology was needed to prevent another Chernobyl-like disaster. Zelenskyy's comments, made during a video address, came after Ukraine's state-run atomic energy company said Russian missiles flew at low altitude over Europe's largest nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine. Also, the head of the International … Continue reading Zelenskyy calls for global control of Russia’s nuclear arms

3 in 4 Americans support arms shipment to Ukraine

Photo by Kony Xyzx on Pexels.com Seventy-three percent of Americans support U.S. efforts to supply Ukraine with weapons, the highest level of support since Russia invaded its neighbor in February, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll completed on Tuesday. The two-day poll comes as the United States and its allies ramp up plans to deliver heavy … Continue reading 3 in 4 Americans support arms shipment to Ukraine

EU President: Russia’s aggression in Ukraine is a direct threat to our security

Referring to the aggression against Ukraine as "a direct threat to European Union's security", European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Monday took on Russia as well as China, saying the friendship between the two countries have "no limits". Speaking at the seventh edition of Raisina Dialogue 2022, India's flagship conference on geopolitics and … Continue reading EU President: Russia’s aggression in Ukraine is a direct threat to our security