• Russia warns Denmark its warships could become nuclear targets

    Russia has told Denmark that if it joins Nato’s missile defence shield, its navy will be a legitimate target for a Russian nuclear attack....
  • Costs to Crimea: 1 year after Russia’s occupation!

    This is an article according to the United States Government Point of View. It doesn’t necessarily represent or reflect the independent editorial policy of ‘THE Frontliner — One year ago, on March 16, Russia orchestrated an illegal referendum in Crimea that violated the Ukrainian constitution and was condemned by the international...
  • Military analysis of what Russia really wants reveals nuclear dangers

    Vladimir Putin is willing to take enormous risks to ensure access to the sea. Reuters Opinion columnist Commodore Philip Thicknesse explains why that is putting the whole world in danger......
  • Crimea 'theft' accusation sparks Russian threats at UN

    Russia and the US exchanged threats on Wednesday at a tense UN Security Council meeting over the Ukraine crisis, with Moscow’s envoy threatening that US “insults” will jeopardise Moscow’s willingness to cooperate on other diplomatic matters. It was the council’s eighth meeting in less than three weeks on the...
  • In Crimea, more journalists report attacks

    New York, March 18, 2014–At least six journalists have been assaulted, detained, or obstructed from reporting in the southern Ukrainian autonomous republic of Crimea in the past two days, according to news reports. The climate of press freedom in the region has continued to erode following a referendum on...
  • Ukraine Crisis: Russia recognizes Crimea as an independent state

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree, which recognizes Crimea as a sovereign and independent state. The Kremlin said the order took effect immediate. The move by Putin is seen as a first step towards integrating Crimea into the Russian Federation after Sunday’s overwhelming ‘Yes’ vote in the peninsula to...
  • After Crimea, wary Eastern Europe asks: who's next

    BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) – Broken promises of help from the West. A tragic history of Russian invasion that goes back centuries. A painful awareness that conflicts in this volatile region are contagious. These are the factors that make nations across Eastern Europe watch events in Ukraine – and tremble....
  • Rusia Krijon Terr Informativ para Referendumit në Krimea

    Autoritetet ruse kanë nisur një sulm në shkallë të gjerë në disa prej mediave të pavarura në Rusi, duke bllokuar një numër të konsiderueshëm të faqeve të internetit në Federatën Ruse, ka thënë sot ›Amnesty International‹ në një komunikatë për media. ››Bllokimi i këtyre ueb-faqeve është një shkelje e...
  • Russia to Make $500M Loan to Serbia, Pledges Support on Kosovo

    Russia granted Serbia a $500 million loan on Wednesday and promised to back Belgrade in its dispute with Kosovo but warned it must broker a deal with its former province on its own. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev told his Serbian counterpart Ivica Dacic in Moscow that Russia would “always support...