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Two reasons Britain could slow its purchase of the F-35

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By: Andrew Chuter  LONDON — The high costs of supporting F-35s and a failure to quickly integrate the MBDA Meteor missile to the aircraft could slow British plans to buy more...
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Tom Fowdy: A ‘red wave’ of left-wing resurgence engulfs South America

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The apparent narrow victory of socialist Pedro Castillo in Peru is the latest splash of a ‘red wave’ engulfing South America, where Washington and its ‘free market fundamentalism’ have...
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Andrew Korybko: What’s the Purpose of India’s Military Base in Mauritius?

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The Mauritian government confirmed in a press release on 18 May that India is fully financing a new three-kilometer-long runway on the island of North Agalega where New Delhi...

France’s chief of defense staff: ‘We must not allow ourselves to be drawn into...

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A top French military official has said that while it will be difficult for the EU to forge a “common political identity,” Europe must not be forced to choose...
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Aircraft carriers may be obsolete but submarines still have huge potential – what the...

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Mikhail Khodarenok There is an ongoing dispute in the Russian expert community about the future of the Russian fleet. So far, one thing is clear: the state needs a robust...

Daniel Kovalik: Biden administration wastes no time in provoking Russia with more military aid...

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Daniel Kovalik teaches International Human Rights at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, and is author of the recently-released No More War: How the West Violates International Law by Using “Humanitarian”...
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Continued Israeli airstrikes on Syria are testing Moscow’s patience, Tel Aviv would do well...

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Scott Ritter How Russia responds to Israel's attacks on Iranian targets inside Syria could make all the difference as to whether the region boils over into full-scale war or continues...

Biden’s First Strike and the International Law of Self-Defense

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The United States carried out airstrikes in Syria early Friday morning, killing several people and destroying several buildings. The Pentagon says that the airstrikes were a response to a rocket attack...
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Andrew Korybko: U.S. wants to weaponize JCPOA to eliminate Iran’s deterrent missile capabilities

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“The U.S. wants to weaponize the JCPOA as a means for reducing and eventually outright eliminating Iran's missile deterrent capabilities, which would, in turn, weaken its defenses and thus...
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George Szamuely: Assange pardon could have been Trump’s lasting legacy. He failed to secure...

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President Trump’s failure to pardon Julian Assange and Edward Snowden was not only a blow to freedom of speech. It killed any hope for him to be remembered as...
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Historic Win for Left: Gustavo Petro Wins Colombian Elections

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Bogota-SANA-Leftist candidate Gustavo Petro maintained a five percentage point difference, with 50 percent, against Rodolfo Hernandez during Colombia’s presidential runoff, with 79.6 percent of...
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EU forced to buy Russian oil to prevent Putin from earning even more –...

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The head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, said that the European Union is forced to buy Russian oil so that Putin...
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JP Morgan: The Russian economy is doing better than expected after the introduction of...

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The large American bank "JP Morgan" estimates that the Russian economy is doing better than expected after the introduction of Western sanctions, and that...
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Greenpeace: United Kingdom imported more than $ 275 million in Russian oil during the...

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The British government has imported Russian oil worth 220 million pounds ($ 276 million) since Moscow declared war on Ukraine, according to a new...

The Hell of Volnovakha

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The battle for this strategically important place was fought for two weeks. With the fall of Volnovakha and the northbound frontline push, a railway...