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Ukraine adds Nestle to ‘International Sponsors of War’ List

In a striking move on Friday 2nd November, Ukraine’s National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) added Nestle to its list of “international sponsors of war,” for its continued business in Russia. In a press release announcing the decision, they emphasised…

Russia abandons the ISS to launch its own space station

RUSSIA’S PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN announced on 26 October, plans to launch a Russian orbital station in 2027, which Moscow sees as the next development in space exploration and a challenger to the 25-year old International Space Station.

Ukraine Strengthens Infrastructure in Anticipation of Winter Threat from Russia

As of 1 September 2023, data from the Kyiv School of Economics reveals that direct damage to Ukraine’s infrastructure industry caused by Russia has surged to $36.6 billion. In a significant move to safeguard its critical infrastructure and energy facilities…

From Pyongyang to the Frontlines: The Secret Routes of North Korean Munitions

In a startling revelation that spans land and sea, it appears that Russia may have kickstarted a clandestine munitions supply route with North Korea.

Putin Capitalises on Israel-Hamas War

Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy has said that Russia stands to gain from the escalating conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip, and the attack on Israel could distract allies from the ongoing devastation continuing to unfold in Ukraine.

Gaza Conflict and Pipeline Sabotage – Russia’s Perfect Storm

NSN speaks with Lieutenant General Sir Graeme Lamb about the ties between the Balticconnector shutdown and the Israeli-Hamas conflict.

The West needs to do more to help Ukraine defeat Russia, claims former British Officer Richard Kemp

Western nations are very keen to pat themselves on the back when it comes to the war in Ukraine. It’s true, many countries have done a great deal and paid a heavy price economically and in the depletion of their own defences; Britain, America and Poland perhaps above most others.

Pro-Russia Victory in Slovakia’s Election Upends Regional Dynamics and Threatens Ukraine Support

Amidst a backdrop of lingering allegations of corruption, Robert Fico has defied expectations by emerging victorious in Slovakia’s recent election. Known for his pro-Russian stance and contentious campaign promises, Fico’s mandate could have far-reaching consequences for the region.

Russian Admiral Sokolov’s Astonishing Resurrection: Video Manipulation Suspicions Mount

In a jaw-dropping twist that has left the world baffled, Admiral Viktor Sokolov, the commander of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, who was earlier reported dead in a missile strike on Sevastopol, emerged unscathed in a Kremlin defence meeting video alongside Russian Defence Minister Shoigu.