As most of you know, I am only marginally interested in the everyday "tactical" minutiae of SMO, because now it is mostly ruthless
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Blogs Blog Killnet, Kaliningrad, and Lithuania’s Transport Standoff With Russia Russian cyber collective Killnet has taken responsibility for
You can read all of our coverage of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, including explainers and articles offering context and background information
Recently, Russia shifted a part of its efforts to deceive global audiences about Lithuania. More precisely, the Suwalki Gap (also known as the
Listen to a reading of this article:❖The problem with anti-imperialists who spend all their time criticizing the evil US empire is that there
Photo: william87/ iStock editorial/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images Finnair planes flying close to the Russian border near and south of Finland are
BLUF Several tactical formations in Kaliningrad have been reorganized into a restored 18th Guards Motor Rifle division. The plan to establish this
There are people who will say, „I’m going to Russia,“ while they are already inside Russia. Wait… What? A city that is “cut off” from the
Belarus’ Belavia is not an airline that’s often discussed, but it’s doing interesting things – and it has grown rapidly. Anyone for skiing?
You need to do it on your own. I don’t have my passport with me so I won’t be able to cross the border. Good luck! Those were the parting words
Igor Rudnikov is the editor-in-chief of the independent Novye Kolyosa newspaper, based in the western Russian city of Kaliningrad. In 2017, agents
Very simple--embarrassment. MOSCOW, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Russia on Friday accused the United States of brazenly threatening it after a senior U.S.
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Fishing village, Kaliningrad — Shutterstock By Lukas Andriukaitis, for Integrity Initiative Lukas Andriukaitis is Associate Analyst at Vilnius
The Russian military intervention in Ukraine not only led to Western economic sanctions, but also to increased fears, especially in the Baltic