Ukraine needs more weapons to increase attacks on Russian forces

Retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Blaine Holt told reporters on Monday that Ukraine likely can't wait for U.S. weapons to arrive before launching a major offensive. Reuters reported Friday that senior U.S. officials advised Ukraine to hold off on beginning a major attack against Russian forces until the latest supply of U.S. weaponry is in place … Continue reading Ukraine needs more weapons to increase attacks on Russian forces

Ukraine needs more lethal weapons to withstand Russian attacks – Army Commander

Ukraine is preparing for Russia to try again to invade from the north - maybe around the anniversary of its first, failed attempt to seize Kyiv last February, a top commander has said. President Vladimir Putin could even ultimately order millions of soldiers into the war as Russia's offensive falters in the face of fierce and enduring … Continue reading Ukraine needs more lethal weapons to withstand Russian attacks – Army Commander

China sanctions Boeing, Raytheon CEOs over arms deal with Taiwan

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson said this week that due to their involvement in Washington's latest arms sales to Taiwan, Beijing will impose sanctions on the chief executives of arms manufacturers Boeing Defense and Raytheon. The sanctions on Boeing CEO Ted Colbert and Raytheon head Gregory Hayes are in response … Continue reading China sanctions Boeing, Raytheon CEOs over arms deal with Taiwan

Russia declares war against Trump

  Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that, if the United States deploys intermediate-range missiles in Europe, Moscow will have to target the countries hosting them. The October 24 statement follows U.S. President Donald Trump's announcement over the weekend that he intends to withdraw from a 1987 nuclear arms control pact over alleged Russian violations. … Continue reading Russia declares war against Trump

Spain cancels sale of bombs to Saudi Arabia

  In a move that has come as a huge setback to ties between Spain and Saudi Arabia, the European nation has now confirmed that it has scrapped a deal over the sale of weapons to their Middle Eastern trade partner.   In its official announcement, Spain said that it had cancelled its 2015 deal … Continue reading Spain cancels sale of bombs to Saudi Arabia