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16 September

Post-nuclear climate change will threaten global food supplies and human health. Such conclusions were made by scientists from Rutgers University. The research results are published in the Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres. A nuclear war will not only lead to many deaths. The smoke from the resulting fires will also cause climate change for […]

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16 September

Russia will remain the main military threat to NATO countries in the foreseeable future, Julianne Smith, who was nominated for the post of the permanent representative of the United States to the North Atlantic Alliance, said at a congressional hearing. “Russia remains the biggest geopolitical threat to the Euro-Atlantic region and will certainly remain the […]

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15 September

A representative of the FBI leadership said that, despite U.S. requests for help, “nothing has changed.” U.S. warnings about the harboring of cybercriminals in Russia made to President Vladimir Putin do not seem to have had the desired effect, according to senior representatives of law enforcement agencies and U.S. cybersecurity services. “There is no indication […]

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14 September

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is preparing an updated program of “support for democracy” for European countries, which focuses on the fight against the influence of Russia. According to media reports, the project aims to assist the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, namely, Bulgaria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Slovenia, […]

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13 September

Gazprom announced last week that it had completed the construction of the pipeline. On Monday, Germany’s energy regulator said that it had received an application from a pipeline company for certification of the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline and that the process would take up to four months. The Russian company Gazprom said last week that […]

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12 September

The United States and Germany will take measures against the “Nord stream-2” gas pipeline if Russia uses it as a weapon, American diplomat Kurt Volker said. Volker noted that the United States is currently trying to resist the implementation of the project, but so far this struggle is limited to words. He also added that […]

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11 September

The United States of America will be as transparent as possible in the issues of “Nord stream-2,” Washington will work closely with Ukraine, Poland, and other European countries to prevent the risks that the project carries, said Amos Hochstein, senior adviser on energy security at the U.S. State Department. “We will be as transparent as […]

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09 September

At the West-2021 exercises, Russia and Belarus will work out a guerrilla war with the North Atlantic Alliance. The columnist writes this of the American edition of The National Interest, Mark Episkopos. The journalist believes that a large-scale conflict with the West cannot be called the main goal of the maneuvers, a significant part of […]

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08 September

There are calls in European publications to reduce military dependence on Washington, but there is no consensus on further actions. Four years ago, French President Emmanuel Macron called on Europe to create “opportunities for autonomous solutions” to security problems. Most European leaders did not take Macron’s idea seriously. “We need to put an end to […]

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08 September

Based on this decree, the United States has imposed sanctions against Russia several times. President Joe Biden has extended for a year the effect of an executive order providing for the application of sanctions against foreign organizations and individuals for interfering in the course of American elections. This is stated in the message distributed by […]

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