Post Profile






Nato's strategy for whipping up tension, by Manlio Dinucci

Let us say that the US Defense Secretary (Jim Mattis)'s airplane, when flying from California to Alaska, along an air corridor on the Pacific, had been intercepted by a Russian bomber fighter belonging to the Cuban Air Force. What would happen? The news would bomb the front pages, precipitating a wave of worried, political reactions. Yet no ink was spilt, when on 21 June, Sergei Shoigu, (the Russian Defense Minister)'s airplane, flying from Moscow to the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad, along (.
read more

share

Related Posts


Russian Bomber Planes Buzz Canada Coastline, Intercepted By Canadian F-18 Fighters

News : The Inquisitr - News

Russian long-range bomber planes flew just off the northwest coast of Canada on Monday, the same day that 28 Russian jets and bomber planes were intercepted over the Baltic Sea. Canadian F-18 Hornet fighters were among the NATO jets...

NATO Scrambles Jets 20 Times in a Week Over Russia Baltic Airspace Violations

News : Newsweek: US

Russian air force drills in the Baltic Sea have prompted NATO fighter jets to be scrambled 20 times in a week, Lithuania’s Ministry of Defense announced on Monday. Among the Russian aircraft intercepted last week were numerous super...

Russia Planes Intercepted By NATO, World War 3 Warning?

News : The Inquisitr - News

Russian aircraft were intercepted by NATO jets following a series of “unusual air activity” over the Baltic, North Sea, Atlantic, and the Black Sea. NATO planes were reportedly scrambled to “shadow” the Russian bombers flying over t...

Russian Spy Plane Intercepted By British Jets Over Baltic — Moscow Vs. NATO Tensions Ratchet Up

News : The Inquisitr - News

A showdown in the skies between a Russian spy plane and two British Royal Air Force fighter jets on Wednesday marked just the latest in a year-long flurry of confrontations between Vladimir Putin’s Air Force and NATO fighters, and c...

What next in Afghanistan? Europe seeks U.S. leadership

News : Reuters: World News

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European allies will tell U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis on Thursday they are willing to help step up NATO's mission in Afghanistan - but only if the United States is clear on its strategy, diplomats said.

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC