Kiev Snipers: Mystery Solved By Henry Kamens

17 May 2014 — New Eastern Outlook

Despite all the reporting on Ukraine, there is one aspect of the war which, perhaps not surprisingly, has not made it to most media outlets. The democratic West has largely ignored the revelation made by the Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet, in an intercepted phone discussion with  EU foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton, that “that there is growing evidence that the snipers were under the control of the new Kiev authorities, and that the same snipers were shooting BOTH police and protesters! http://rt.com/news/ashton-maidan-snipers-estonia-946/

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Stop NATO News: March 9, 2012: NATO Announces Largest-Ever Cyber Warfare Spending

9 March 2012 — Stop NATO

  • Russia To Block Any UN Syrian Action Implying Use Of Force
  • Syrian, Iranian Neighbor: U.S. In Joint Air Exercise In Turkey
  • NATO Signs New Cooperation Agreement With Georgia
  • Bloc’s Caucasus Envoy: Georgia Getting Closer To NATO
  • Saakashvili: Future Of Georgia, Azerbaijan Is In NATO And EU
  • U.S., Philippines To Hold Large-Scale War Games Near Spratlys
  • Sixth Aircraft Carrier: U.S. Shifting More Military Muscle To Pacific
  • NATO Announces Largest-Ever Cyber Warfare Spending
  • Canada Conducts Another Arctic Military Exercise
  • U.S. Navy Pursues “Road Map To The Arctic

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Stop NATO News: February 29, 2012: “Nightmare For Invader”: Georgia Is NATO States’ Window To Caucasus

29 February 2012 — Stop NATO

  • Attacks On Syria, Iran Would Overwhelm Armenia With Refugees
  • Russian Expert: Azerbaijan’s Territory May Be Used To Strike Iran
  • “Nightmare For Invader”: Georgia Is NATO States’ Window To Caucasus
  • Georgian Foreign Minister In Israel To Discuss “Regional Security Issues”
  • Saakashvili: NATO Afghan Operation Provides Training For Local Conflicts
  • Labor Party Calls On Opposition To Demand Georgia’s Afghan Withdrawal

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Stop NATO News: February 25, 2012: Syria: Clinton Calls China, Russia “Despicable,” Demands Regime Change

25 February 2012 — Stop NATO News

  • Syria: Clinton Calls China, Russia “Despicable,” Demands Regime Change
  • Two NATO Soldiers Killed In Afghan Capital
  • U.S. Increases Military Presence In Strait Of Hormuz
  • Kyrgyz President: U.S. Air Base Should Not Be Used Against Iran
  • U.S. Leads Airborne Exercise In Mali
  • Saakashvili: Georgia Finds Safety In European Family, NATO

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Stop NATO news: February 14, 2012: Pentagon: Obama Asks Congress For $613 Billion Defense Budget

14 February 2012012

  • Pentagon: Obama Asks Congress For $613 Billion Defense Budget
  • U.S. Special Operations Command Wants Operations In Asia, Africa, Latin America
  • Russia To Deploy New Air Defense Systems On Border
  • China Opposed To Expanding U.S. Military Presence In Asia-Pacific
  • NATO Strengthens Ties With Armenia
  • Venezuela Slams NATO Powers For Pushing Syrian Government Overthrow
  • Georgia’s Saakashvili: U.S. Visit ‘Strategic Breakthrough’
  • Afghanistan: Georgian Foreign Ministers Meets With Top NATO Commander
  • Pakistan Summons U.S. Ambassador Over Balochistan Interference
  • U.S. Air Forces In Europe Commander Visits Turkish Air Base

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Stop NATO News: February 6, 2012

6 February 2012Stop NATO

  • Pentagon Chief: NATO Core Of Network Of Partnerships Across The Globe
  • NATO Missile Radar In Turkey Will Be Run From German Air Base
  • Russia To Build Defenses Against NATO Missile Threat
  • U.S.-NATO Missile System: Russia May Boost Nuclear Potential
  • Clinton: Series Of Joint U.S.-Bulgarian War Games This Year
  • Munich: Saakashvili Baits Russia On ‘Arab Sping’
  • Defense Chief: U.S. To Arm Georgia Against Russia
  • U.S. Guided Missile Warship Concludes Visit To Morocco
  • No Role For Military Blocs In Asia: China
  • Ex-State Department Hand: India Key For U.S. Efforts To Contain China
  • U.S. Military Expansion Into Asia: ‘Places Not Bases’

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Stop NATO News: January 25, 2012

25 January 2012012

  • Fifth Generation Warplanes And U.S. Global ‘Domain Dominance’
  • Ex-President: Saakashvili May Draw Georgia Into War With Iran
  • U.S.-Japan Military Exercises Underscore New Strategy Guidance Focus
  • Pakistan: Opposition Parties Stage Walk-Out In Senate Over U.S. Drone Strikes
  • U.S., Czech Defense Chiefs Discuss ‘Unequivocal’ NATO Ties
  • Defense Minister Wants Czech Troops In Afghanistan For Two More Years

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Stop NATO news: November 24, 2011

24 November 2011 — Stop NATO

  • NATO Encirclement: Russia Strikes Back With Missile Warning
  • Chicago NATO Summit Can Be Point Of No Return For Missile Crisis
  • Russia’s Tough Talk On Missile Defense Reveals Impatience With U.S.
  • Syria: France, Turkey Push Foreign Intervention
  • Russia Determined Not To Repeat Libyan Scenario In Syria
  • NATO Troops Launch Fresh Assault On Kosovo Serbs
  • Russia To Find Way To Support Kosovo Serbs: Envoy
  • U.S. Guided Missile Destroyer In Portugal For Antisubmarine Warfare Drills
  • Full Spectrum Operations: U.S. Trains Botswana Armed Forces
  • Pakistan: NATO Tanker Bombed, Main Road Blocked
  • Saakashvili: Reagan More Urgent In Georgia Than Ever Before

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