Transnistrian Troubles?

Friday, 24 February 2023 — The van says…

The state of Transnistria might not be well known internationally, but Kiev might do well to leave it well alone.


Over recent days, there has been an increase in the reports stating that the Ukrainian Army will soon launch operations to take the Russian-protected territory of Transnistria. This shorter article will look at the ins and outs, examining what an operation such as this may mean for the future.

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Ukraine News Links 23-24 February 2023

Friday, 24 February 2023 — The New Dark Age

More Evidence Emerges That US Wanted Russia to Invade

PSL Editorial – U.S./NATO responsible for one year of needless war in Ukraine

Why Putin Went to War — One Year Later

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Russia’s Ukraine offensive in suspended animation


In a clandestine visit to Kiev, US President Joe Biden (C) met Ukrainian president Zelensky and his wife Olena, Feb. 20, 2023

The general expectation that the first anniversary of Russia’s special military operations in Ukraine would mark the commencement of a big military offensive has been belied, going by the speeches by President Vladimir Putin and the US President Joe Biden, separated by a few hours on February 21, in Moscow and Warsaw.

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Ukraine first, America later – The Grayzone live

Friday, 24 February 2023 — The Grayzone

The Grayzone’s Max Blumenthal and Aaron Mate cover Biden’s decision to visit Zelensky in Ukraine rather than meet Americans suffering from the impact of a chemical spill in East Palestine, Ohio. They will also discuss the collapse of landmark anti-missile treaties in the face of US escalation in Ukraine, and more.