Are Neocons Worried at Pace of US-Russia Talks? + More

Are Neocons Worried at Pace of US-Russia Talks?

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Croatia to Withdraw Its Forces From NATO in Event of Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Previously:

CIA Has Been Training Ukrainian Paramilitaries to ‘Kill Russians,’ US Considers Backing Insurgency in Ukraine, and Claims Russia is Planning ‘False Flag’ as Pretext to Invade Ukraine

“Expect Escalation of Conflict in Donbass and Ukraine Soon,” Says Foreign Correspondent

Nord Stream 2 is a double-edged geopolitical tool

When Pavel Zavalny, the chairman of Russian parliamentary committee on energy, made the forecast last Friday that Nord Stream 2 pipeline could start shipping natural gas to Germany as early as next month, it was received with disbelief. But Zavalny was categorical, and was quoted by Reuters as saying, “I can say with a high degree of certainty that the first gas via Nord Stream 2 will go in January.”

Nord Stream 2 is a double-edged geopolitical tool

Why It’s Unlikely Russia Will Deploy Troops Into Ukraine

Why It’s Unlikely Russia Will Deploy Troops Into Ukraine

One thing is for sure: Unless Kiev starts a massive military campaign in the Donbass, or engages in a serious provocation against Russia, the Kremlin is unlikely to start a war against Ukraine. And even if a war breaks out, Russia’s actions are expected to be very calculated, limited and carefully coordinated with its Western partners, as part of moves toward a “stable and more predictable relationship” between Moscow and Washington.