Ukraine’s desire to join the alliance has long been a source of conflict with Russia, which sees the eastward expansion of NATO as a existential threat.
Month: September 2022
In Moscow, President Vladimir V. Putin signed decrees to absorb the regions, a widely denounced move that he called the will of the people.
Beijing’s inroads in a strategic region are pushing the Biden administration to shore up withered ties.
Concern turns to industrial sites and huge farms farther north as the storm heads toward South Carolina.
The leaks, which may amount to as much as a third of Denmark’s annual carbon emissions, expose the vulnerability of critical infrastructure as the war in Ukraine continues.
President Vladimir Putin will deliver a speech in Moscow, capping an annexation effort widely denounced as a sham.
Sean Turnell, arrested five days after the military seized power in a coup, has been convicted by the junta of violating the country’s official secrets act.
The requests lent an air of formality to a process condemned by the West. They followed sham referendums in four regions in Ukraine that purported to put voters’ stamp of approval on joining Russia.
Tens of thousands gathered in the Czech capital for the second such protest in a month, spurred by an energy crisis and rising prices that are affecting countries across Europe.
The ruptures in two undersea gas pipelines from Russia have unsettled European officials and exposed the vulnerability of the continent’s energy infrastructure.