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Thales & NATO to improve tactical radio interoperability

In early October, Thales hosted 60 members of the NATO LoS Comms CaT team at its Gennevilliers facility in France for a working session on soldier radio interoperability between components of the NATO alliance. 736 more words
News

NATO: A DANGEROUS PAPER TIGER

(First published at https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2017/11/16/nato-dangerous-paper-tiger.html)

The Chinese have a genius for pithy expressions and few are more packed with meaning, while immediately understandable, than “paper tiger”. NATO is one, but paper tigers that overestimate their powers can be dangerous. 1,521 more words

PROPAGANDA, LIES AND NONSENSE

Putin is My Flunky (satirical essay)

Written by Dmitri Evstafiev; Originally appeared at eurasia.expert, translated by AlexD exclusively for SouthFront

On November 22, in Sochi, an unusual summit will be held  1,572 more words

War On Syria

GENERAL MLADIC SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON BY UN KANGAROO COURT

Victors’ Justice on Display Again at the Hague: Dutch Judge Ejects Defendant from Courtroom before Sentencing

“THIS IS ALL LIES… THIS IS A NATO COURT”, SHOUTS DEFIANT SERB GENERAL BEFORE SENTENCING… 1,460 more words

Global News

The Central Front: 10 July, 1987 Part I

The watchword for GFSG’s newly installed army group commanders on 10 July was speed. The first day of the war had been a near disaster for Soviet and Warsaw Pact arms on the Central Front. 733 more words

US

Libya in 2017 Is Home to the Slave Trade... Yes, You Read That Right

NATO’s military intervention in Libya in 2011 has justifiably earned its place in history as an indictment of Western foreign policy and a military alliance that since the collapse of the Soviet Union has been deployed as its sword. 866 more words

Opinion

The Truth About NATO

The Truth About NATO
by JBS President Emeritus John F. McManus

A former New York Times station chief in Germany, Stephen Kinzer currently is a senior fellow at Brown University’s Watson Institute for International Affairs. 940 more words

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