News Crimea votes to join Russia, Obama orders sanctions
Crimea's parliament voted on Thursday to join Russia, and its Moscow-backed government set a referendum in 10 days, in a dramatic escalation of the crisis over the Ukrainian region that drew a sharp riposte from President Obama.
News Washingtons Arrogance, Hubris, and Evil Have Set the Stage for War
In some quarters public awareness is catching up with Stephen Lendman, Michel Chossudovsky, Rick Rozoff, myself and a few others in realizing the grave danger in the crisis that Washington has created in Ukraine.
News Iran's Guard says it has multiple warhead missiles
ALI AKBAR DAREINI
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard on Wednesday said it had acquired missiles with multiple warheads, the latest armaments advance to be claimed by the Islamic Republic.
News Pentagon suspends military engagements with Russia
WASHINGTON (AP) The Pentagon says it is suspending exercises and other activities with the Russian military, in light of Moscow's military involvement in Ukraine.
News Ready For War: Russia Will Never, Ever Give Up Crimea Without a Fight
Editors Note: The back and forth struggle for territorial hegemony may soon be coming to a head on the Eastern Front.
News Putin receives approval from lower house of parliament to use Russian troops in the Ukraine
President Vladimir Putin on Saturday won approval from Russia's upper house of parliament, the Federation Council, to send Russian troops into Ukrainian territory. Putin's request was approved unanimously.
News The Road to War
The surging crisis in Ukraine is a dramatic example of how wars begin. Take arrogance, toxic nationalism, tribalism, moral outrage and profound miscalculation, mix thoroughly, and, voilΰ !, another great leap forward in the march of human folly.
News Ukraine says Russia has sent in troops, Obama appeals to Putin
Ukraine accused Russia on Saturday of sending thousands of additional troops to the southern Crimea region, which has a majority ethnic Russian population, and said it had placed its military in the region on high alert.
News Biden reaffirms U.S. support for Ukraine's new government
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Friday reaffirmed his country's "strong" support for Ukraine's new government. Biden also reiterated U.S. commitment to the sovereignty, territorial integrity and democratic future of Ukraine, according to
News Georgia pledges reforms ahead of Biden visit
Biden arrives in Georgia from Ukraine, a trip U.S. officials say is aimed at reassuring the U.S. allies they have not been abandoned in Washington's efforts to "reset" ties with Russia. He will also call for reforms in Georgia.
News Obama warns Russia of 'costs' for any military intervention in Ukraine
Yahoo! News blog
President Obama bluntly warned Russia that it will face international condemnation as well as unspecified "costs" for any military intervention in neighboring Ukraine. A senior US official said Washington could boycott a major international summit
News 12 Signs That Russia Is Ready To Fight A War Over Crimea
Russia will never, ever give up Crimea without a fight. Anyone that thinks otherwise is just being delusional.
News Ousted Leader Seeks Russian Aid as Tensions Rise in Crimea
New York Times
Pro-Russia protesters standing in front of the seized Parliament building in Simferopol, the regional capitol of Crimea on Thursday.
News Kerry decries 'new isolationism', says U.S. acts like poor nation
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry decried what he called a "new isolationism" in the United States on Wednesday and suggested that the country was beginning to behave like a poor nation.
News Russia Combat Ready for the Ukraine?
Next News Network
Vladimir Putin ordered his troops on alert, amid growing tension and unrest in the Ukraine. The Russian leader put his military on exercises, making them ready for combat.
Demonstrators in the Ukraine have driven President Viktor Yanukovych from
News Stunning Combat Artwork Reveals WWII Fighting That Will Never Be Seen Again
Robert Johnson and Jeremy Bender
Battlefield artists were once the only way to capture what really happened in war.
News Diplomacy, Not Empty Threats, are Needed in Ukraine
American diplomacy in the Ukraine crisis was summed up earlier this month by State Department senior official Victoria Neuland, a leading neocon: F .k Europe.
News Why Does Ukraine Seem So Much Like Syria?
Lew Rockwell blog
In Ukraine, US-backed rebels seize weapons from a military depot and begin firing on police killing at least ten. The rebel groups occupy and torch government buildings, trade union headquarters, the central post office, and political party headqua
Headlines: Are We the New Viet Cong? Or, Are We Too Late? -- Why Does Ukraine Seem So Much Like Syria? -- Diplomacy, Not Empty Threats, are Needed in Ukraine -- Stunning Combat Artwork Reveals WWII Fighting That Will Never Be Seen Again -- Russia Combat Ready for the Ukraine? -- Kerry decries 'new isolationism', says U.S. acts like poor nation -- Ousted Leader Seeks Russian Aid as Tensions Rise in Crimea -- 12 Signs That Russia Is Ready To Fight A War Over Crimea -- Obama warns Russia of 'costs' for any military intervention in Ukraine -- Georgia pledges reforms ahead of Biden visit -- Biden reaffirms U.S. support for Ukraine's new government -- Ukraine says Russia has sent in troops, Obama appeals to Putin -- The Road to War -- Putin receives approval from lower house of parliament to use Russian troops in the Ukraine -- The Road to World War III Runs Through Ukraine -- Ready For War: Russia Will Never, Ever Give Up Crimea Without a Fight -- Turmoil in Ukraine -- Putin Has Occupied Crimea, Is Ukraine and World War III Next? -- Pentagon suspends military engagements with Russia -- Iran's Guard says it has multiple warhead missiles -- Washingtons Arrogance, Hubris, and Evil Have Set the Stage for War -- Crimea votes to join Russia, Obama orders sanctions --