By Niles Williamson, 20 September 2014
Ukraine’s participation in a joint military brigade with Poland and Lithuania, both members of NATO, is part of a reckless campaign of militarization in Eastern Europe instigated by the US and targeting Russia.
By Niles Williamson, 16 September 2014
Military exercise involving the US, Ukraine and a host of other countries opened Monday, while arm shipments to the pro-Western and anti-Russian regime in Kiev have begun.
By Johannes Stern, 9 September 2014
The three-day marine exercise “Sea Breeze” is another Western provocation and raises the risk of a direct military confrontation with Russia.
By Johannes Stern and Alex Lantier, 8 September 2014
Kiev and its NATO backers are using the pause in military operations to prepare for an even more aggressive policy in their war in eastern Ukraine.
By Jordan Shilton, 6 September 2014
Demonstrating NATO’s renewed focus on Eastern Europe, Poland announced it would host the next NATO summit, scheduled for 2016.
By Patrick Martin, 6 September 2014
The agreement was announced by US officials after a meeting of the ten countries on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Wales.
By Jordan Shilton, 5 September 2014
The central role in deepening the crises in both Eastern Europe and the Middle East has been played by NATO’s leading powers, above all the United States.
By Christoph Dreier, 5 September 2014
Obama’s statements in Estonia provided a blank cheque for any kind of military provocation against Russia.
By Chris Marsden, 4 September 2014
At a press conference in Estonia, US President Barack Obama could scarcely conceal his hostility to anything that cut across preparations for the NATO summit to adopt a series of anti-Russian measures.
By Peter Schwarz, 2 September 2014
The politics of the European bourgeoisie is a mixture of ruthless aggression and desperation. Confronted with the hopeless crisis of their system, they are rushing toward a catastrophe, just as they did in 1914 and 1939.
By Robert Stevens, 1 September 2014
Prime Minister David Cameron recently stated that the UK’s “military prowess” is available for use in the Middle East.
By Johannes Stern, 30 August 2014
The moves toward Ukrainian membership in NATO underscore the fact that next week’s NATO summit will be aimed at preparing for a possible war against Russia.
By Kumaran Ira, 28 August 2014
NATO is preparing to deploy troops to new bases in Eastern Europe and sending war ships into the Black Sea.
By Julie Hyland, 1 August 2014
The proposal would have NATO broaden the terms in its founding treaty that trigger collective action in the event of an “armed attack” on an ally.
By Peter Schwarz, 22 May 2014
Germany and other European NATO members are using the crisis they provoked in Ukraine to justify an intensive campaign of rearmament.
Statement of the Socialist Equality Party (US)
1 May 2014
The Socialist Equality Party denounces the politically motivated frame-up of the NATO 3, who were sentenced this week to prison terms of five to eight years.
By Kristina Betinis, 29 April 2014
In pressing for long prison sentences, Illinois state prosecutors compared the case to last year’s bombing of the Boston Marathon.
By Patrick Martin, 17 April 2014
On the eve of Geneva talks on Ukraine, Washington and NATO threatened to escalate economic and military measures against Russia.
By Christoph Dreier, 11 April 2014
In an interview with the weekly Die Zeit, Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk spoke out in favour of a common European energy, foreign and military policy under German leadership, in order to “stop Russian expansionism”.
By Alex Lantier, 3 April 2014
The NATO military alliance is provocatively seeking to install its forces on Russia’s borders.
By Sven Heymann, 30 October 2013
Only a few weeks after the federal election, it is clear that the future government will be tasked with leading Germany back into the ranks of the major military powers.