Russia, Finland Treaty- Arctic Maneuvering

Oh it does exist. It may be updated but it exists.

In 1948 The Finno- Soviet Treaty was signed

The text is here

Considering Finland’s desire to remain outside the conflicting interests of the Great Powers; and Expressing their firm endeavour to collaborate towards the maintenance of international peace and security in accordance with the aims and principles of the United Nations Organization:

Russia, Finland Treaty- Arctic Maneuvering

Previously:

Alaska: U.S. revamps army for Arctic war with Russia, China

Tuesday May 10, 11:30- 1pm: No US-NATO War on Russia over Ukraine! No Sanctions on Russian People!

corner of Daley Plaza & State of Illinois Building

Clark and Randolph, Chicago.

The Biden Administration has allocated $46.6 billion for the Ukraine war, which is only two and half months old.

The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) reported that $20 billion would eliminate homelessness in the US. Hunger Free America says ending hunger would cost $25 billion.

Tuesday May 10, 11:30- 1pm: No US-NATO War on Russia over Ukraine! No Sanctions on Russian People!

No, Biden Can’t Just Sell Off Seized Russian Yachts and Central Bank Assets to Help Aid Ukraine – International Law and the US Constitution Forbid It

Posted by Yves Smith

Yves here. It is instructive to see that a law professor who served as an expert witness for Naftogaz, the Ukrainian national oil and gas company, after Russia seixed its operations in Crimea, is concerned enough about the prospect of the Biden Administration selling confiscated Russian assets to speak up and advise against it.

However, I have my doubts that the US has been as scrupulous about not selling assets of sanctioned and belligerent nations as Professor Stephan suggests. Iraq owned a magnificent, very wide townhouse on East 80th Street between Park and Lexington as its embassy. It was promptly seized after the war started and sold within a couple of years. I sincerely doubt the proceeds were remitted to the new government.

No, Biden Can’t Just Sell Off Seized Russian Yachts and Central Bank Assets to Help Aid Ukraine – International Law and the US Constitution Forbid It