Chinese Military Delegation Negotiates Logistics Cooperation with Belarus
Leo Chiu
Chinese Military Delegation Negotiates Logistics Cooperation with Belarus
The visit coincided with the ongoing “anti-terrorist” exercise involving Chinese and Belarusian troops on the Polish border, with the discussions on “logistics support” a cause of some concern.
Russian Missile Strike on Children’s Hospital Was Probably Intentional
Kyiv Post
Russian Missile Strike on Children’s Hospital Was Probably Intentional
All the evidence shows Russia executed a complex missile strike operation to avoid Kyiv’s best air defenses and precisely hit its intended targets, one of which was the kids’ hospital.
Russian Anti-Drone Conference Offers Solutions from Sublime to Ridiculous
Steve Brown
Russian Anti-Drone Conference Offers Solutions from Sublime to Ridiculous
Faced with the growing threat from Ukrainian battlefield UAV Russia organized the conference to examine new solutions in St Petersburg on July 1- 2.
Will US Soon Lift Restrictions on Ukraine's Use of Long-Range Weapons?
Steve Brown
Will US Soon Lift Restrictions on Ukraine's Use of Long-Range Weapons?
Bipartisan support is growing in the US Congress to remove all restrictions on the use of long-range weapons by Ukraine against Russian military targets inside Russia.
F-16 ‘Viper’ Combat Debut in Ukraine’s Skies Will Be Slow, Careful and Risk-Averse
Stefan Korshak
F-16 ‘Viper’ Combat Debut in Ukraine’s Skies Will Be Slow, Careful and Risk-Averse
Ukraine’s airmen are attempting something difficult: Deploying an unfamiliar, modern fighter into an air war in progress, against a more powerful opponent. It’s not going as smoothly as hoped.
Russian ‘Mad Max’ Assault Near Vuhledar Results in a Motorcycle Cemetery
Steve Brown
Russian ‘Mad Max’ Assault Near Vuhledar Results in a Motorcycle Cemetery
Ukrainians report that almost half of all Russian assaults are spearheaded by motorcycles, ATVs and buggies, hoping that speed will catch defenders unawares.
Russia Assumes Presidency of UNSC, Puts Sevastopol on Agenda – No Surprises There
Steve Brown
Russia Assumes Presidency of UNSC, Puts Sevastopol on Agenda – No Surprises There
Russia’s envoy to the UN Vasily Nebenzya takes over the one-month presidency of the United Nations Security Council Monday, with war in Ukraine to be high on the agenda again.
Why and How Russia Is Transferring Ukrainian Children
Andreas Umland
Why and How Russia Is Transferring Ukrainian Children
A complicated challenge is how to alert still largely ignorant parts of the international community to the scale, gravity and tragedy of Russia’s child removal policies.
Washington Insider: Biden’s Debate Performance – an Omen of Disasters to Come
Jason Jay Smart
Washington Insider: Biden’s Debate Performance – an Omen of Disasters to Come
Biden had to offer a vision of how a second term would be better. Trump had to argue that it was time for change. Observers seem to highlight Biden’s failure more than Trump’s victory in the debates.
Why Ukrainians Are Rejecting Their Moscow-Linked Orthodox Church
Steven Moore
Why Ukrainians Are Rejecting Their Moscow-Linked Orthodox Church
Between priests openly supporting the Kremlin and Russia’s persecution of other Christian denominations, Ukrainians are leaving the Moscow-linked Church in droves.
Poland Continues to Prepare Citizens for War With Russia
Steve Brown
Poland Continues to Prepare Citizens for War With Russia
Poland increasingly sees war with Moscow as being inevitable and it doesn’t intend for its armed forces or its citizens to be found wanting as it prepares to defend itself.
Everyone Fears Battlefield Drones – How Long Will They Reign Supreme?
Steve Brown
Everyone Fears Battlefield Drones – How Long Will They Reign Supreme?
France’s Army Chief says the current domination of small drones on the battlefield will be short-lived as countermeasures development will erode the advantage they offer.