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Germany will establish a permanent military base in Lithuania signaling its strengthened military presence in Eastern Europe.

The German military is back

Germany and Lithuania signed off on a historic agreement, marking the first time German troops will be permanently deployed abroad since World War II. The brigade — which should be ready for deployment by 2027 — will function as a deterrent against Russia. In the aftermath of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February 2022,…

As Russia and China step up patrols and combined military drills in the Arctic, the United States is putting new attention on the region.

US military playing catch-up to Russia in Arctic

As a show of force at the edge of the world, 11 warships from China and Russia were spotted carrying out a joint naval patrol near Alaska. The bold move in early August is just the latest provocation in a region known for chilly receptions. “There’s really critically important elements of the geostrategic importance of…

If Putin gave the order for Russia's military to deploy a nuclear weapon in Ukraine, what would happen next?

What happens if Russia uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine?

For more than two decades, Vladimir Putin hasn’t just led Russia, he’s pushed out any who would oppose him. Many believe it’s why he invaded Ukraine, and why he never goes too long without rattling the saber. “I think what Putin is doing, is he’s trying to, with the limited resources he has, but with…

The Black Sea grain deal is dead. Now, Russia says it will assume any foreign sailing to Ukraine is carrying weapons.

Russia threatens ships in Black Sea after ending grain deal

Following the collapse of the Black Sea grain deal, Russia said if a foreign ship in the Black Sea sails to a Ukrainian port, Russia’s navy will treat that ship as hostile. Russia went on to say the flagged country of those ships will be treated as a Ukrainian ally. The Russian Ministry of Defense…

Sweden has remained neutral during two world wars, but when it becomes NATO's 32nd member, the military alliance will greatly benefit.

NATO scores big with Sweden on board

After months of deadlock, Turkey’s president has agreed to support Sweden’s NATO membership, clearing the way for the Nordic country to join neighboring Finland in the military alliance. Both Sweden and Finland have had long-standing policies of remaining neutral in armed conflicts, which they abandoned soon after Russia invaded Ukraine. According to Straight Arrow News…

Biden proclaims NATO alliance ‘more united than ever’ as he celebrates new member Finland

President Joe Biden stood alongside Nordic leaders Thursday on the turf of NATO’s newest member, Finland, in a powerful demonstration of the military alliance’s expanding power and influence against Russia.

The NATO Summit has ended but there's still one very important reason why Ukraine is years away from gaining acceptance into the alliance.

Why Ukraine won’t be joining NATO for many years to come

The NATO Summit has concluded with member nations working hard to demonstrate unity for Ukraine’s defense against Russia’s invasion. Still, tensions emerged among alliance members during the debate over what Ukraine’s path to NATO membership would look like. As Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy expressed his frustration with NATO’s conditions, Straight Arrow News contributor Peter Zeihan…

Zelenskyy says NATO’s ‘absurd’ plans for Ukraine fall short as alliance leaders gather at summit

Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky has criticised the “absurd” absence of a timetable for his country to join Nato as leaders met at a summit in Lithuania.

President Biden is expected to meet with the president of Ukraine on Wednesday, according to sources familiar with plans of the NATO summit. The Morning Rundown™

Ukraine tops NATO summit talks after Turkey backs Sweden: July 11 rundown

The annual NATO summit is officially underway with the alliance looking to get closer to adding Ukraine, and ChatGPT could be in legal trouble. These stories and more highlight the rundown for Tuesday, July 11, 2023. NATO summit gets underway President Joe Biden is expected to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymr Zelenskyy on Wednesday, July…

NATO summit boosted by deal to advance Sweden’s bid to join alliance

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has agreed to forward to parliament Sweden’s bid to join the NATO military alliance, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday, on the eve of a NATO summit in Vilnius.

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