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The Age of Polio: Explosion. Part 14.

Note: You can read the entire series on our sidebar here. By Dan Olmsted The first articles in this series told the story of the 1916 polio epidemic in New York City and the North Atlantic States. I put forward...

NATO Representative Killed in Explosion at Ukrainian Facility - Reports

A representative of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was killed in an explosion at a Ukrainian Defense Industry (Ukroboronprom) facility in Ukraine’s northeastern Sumy region, local media report citing the regional prosecutor’s office.

Trump And The End Of NATO?

Submitted by Finian Cunningham via Strategic-Culture.org, If Donald Trump is elected US president it will spell the end of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. At least, that’s how a phalanx of US foreign policy pundits and establishment figures see it. Show More Summary

JetBlue is hinting at a dramatic change in its business strategy (JBLU)

The skies over the North Atlantic could be getting a bit more crowded. On Tuesday, JetBlue Airways CEO Robin Hayes hinted during a call with investors that the New York-based airline could launch service to Europe from the East Coast...Show More Summary

Poland and Baltics Trying to 'Revive Climate of Cold War'

Although the North Atlantic Alliance is incapable of providing real protection to Poland and the Baltic states, some post-Soviet members of the bloc have made every effort to "revive the climate of Cold War," former French diplomat and politician Roland Hureaux wrote for Atlantico, adding that Russia poses no threat to the region.

Memo to Donald Trump: A 'great' America supports its NATO allies

To the editor: I fail to understand how Donald Trump has received the nomination of a party whose members he is blatantly betraying. By threatening to limit or even deny support to our allies in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, he is going against the time-honored principle of the Republican...

What Does NATO Do, Anyway?

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO, the largest and most powerful military alliance in history, is not usually fodder for election-year politicking. But in an interview with the Times earlier this week, Republican Presidential...Show More Summary

Kevin Asmat vs. Dallas Holden tonight

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (July 22, 2016)--Tonight at The Claridge in Atlantic City, Kevin Asmat of North Bergen, New Jersey is set to make his pro debut against Dallas Holden of Atlantic City in a super bantamweight [...] The post Kevin Asmat vs. Dallas Holden tonight appeared first on Boxing News 24.

Misplaced Faith? Trump, The U.S. And NATO [Infographic]

Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty promises that NATO member countries will assist allies who are attacked by an armed force. A crucial bedrock of the alliance during the Cold War, it came back into relevance following Russia's annexation of Crimea and the subsequent conflict in Ukraine's Donbass region. [...]

How Donald Trump is Making Us Insecure

Recent comments by Donald Trump in the New York Times should and will frighten Americans and our allies around the world. In response to questions about the North Atlantic Alliance (NATO) the Republican nominee suggested that he would abandon our friends and fail to protect our allies if they didn't pay a high enough price. Show More Summary

When the world becomes Trump’s little plaything …

For almost 70 years, Article Five of the North Atlantic Treaty has been the cornerstone of American national security policy. It requires the United States and…

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Live from the Cleveland Dumpster Fire: Donald Trump rejects the North Atlantic Treaty. And, Maggie Haberman and David Sanger: it's not "extend the security guarantees"; it's "honor the promises and obligations": Maggie Haberman and David Sanger: [Donald Trump Plays Down Role of U.S. Show More Summary

NOAA turns to drones for Northern Atlantic right whale research

The technology is helping researchers to monitor the critically-endangered North Atlantic right whale.

Ukrainian Naval Forces Refute Claims of Postponement of US-Led NATO Drills

The press service of the Ukrainian Naval Forces refuted the information that the naval phase of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Sea Breeze-2016 military drill in the Black Sea will be postponed, noting that the drills will take place according to schedule on Monday.

Polish FM Says Up to 10,000 NATO Soldiers to Be Deployed in Country

As many as 10,000 North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) soldiers will be deployed in Poland as part of the Alliance's expanded military presence on its eastern flank, Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski said Monday.

Ukraine’s Ill-Preparedness Halts Naval Phase of US-Led NATO Drills - Source

The naval phase of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Sea Breeze-2016 military exercises has been postponed because of Ukraine’s ill-preparedness, a military-diplomatic source told RIA Novosti on Monday.

Russia Ready to Ensure Safety in Light of NATO's Incursion - Lavrov

Russia is always ready to ensure its security in light of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) buildup close to Russian borders, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Monday.

'No Constructive Dialogue': Two Issues NATO Refused to Discuss With Russia

Russia wanted to discuss two major issues with NATO, the bloc's expansion to the East and the US-built missile shield in Europe, but the North Atlantic Alliance refused to engage in "constructive dialogue" with Moscow at the latest NATO-Russia Council (NRC) meeting, defense analyst Igor Korotchenko told Radio Sputnik.

A CO2-Induced Increase in Subtropical North Atlantic Coccolithophore Abundance

Coccolithophores are calcifying phytoplankton that comprise the base of marine food webs all across the world ocean. They play an important role in the cycling of carbon into the deep ocean and act as a feedback to climate change. Anything...Show More Summary

'Cracks Beginning to Show': Why NATO is Not as United as It Seems

High-ranking NATO officials did their best to present a united front at the bloc's summit in Warsaw, but experts have said that cracks are beginning to show since not every member of the North Atlantic Alliance is happy with its ever-increasing military buildup, particularly in Eastern Europe and the Baltic region, and its anti-Russian stance.

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