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When it comes to defense, the politicians must listen to those who know best – the generals

The halls of power are walked by people who know little, care even less and yet have the right to supersede and ignore the advice of those who know better.

The end of Europe

The European Union is simply too big; it is composed of too many cultures and political perspectives; and, despite Brussels' claim that it values diversity over all other issues, this does not include a deviation from what it considers its own norms. As matters currently stand, the EU runs the risk of collapsing under its own weight.

Italy sees close cooperation with NATO as key to Europe’s strategic defense

Europe needs to avoid, at all costs, any form of decoupling between EU defense cooperation and the transatlantic alliance.

One rule for life & what maps mean: Keep Jordan Peterson away from Ukraine

For Peterson to refer to Russia's invasion as an ‘incursion’ is nothing more than insulting. The word does not make allowances for the wholesale destruction of cities, the occupation of territory and the murder of the inhabitants.

Belarus expels Polish diplomat over ‘cursed soldiers’ event

Belarus on Tuesday said it had expelled a Polish consul from the country, after he participated in an event dedicated to Poland’s "cursed soldiers" who...

Germany, Poland, Sweden expel Russian diplomats in tit-for-tat move

Germany, Poland and Sweden on Monday announced a coordinated expulsion of Russian diplomats in their countries, in response to a similar move by Moscow...

President Biden is advancing the human rights of LGBTQI+ persons around the world

In line with American moral and ethical principles, President Joe Biden signed a Presidential Memorandum to “promote and protect the human rights of lesbian,...

Emergency EU summit called off with no budget deal

European leaders failed to reach an agreement on the bloc's Multiannual Financial Framework for 2021-2027, after more than 24 hours of negotiations and dozens...

EU Commissioner for Equality Dalli pledges to advance LGBTI rights in the EU

Speaking in the European Parliament on Tuesday, Helena Dalli, Commissioner for Equality said that the EU Commission will place advancement of LGBTI rights on...

Jourová says door for dialogue with Poland is open

The Vice-President of the European Commission for Values and Transparency Vĕra Jourová said on Tuesday that the EU seeks a long-term solution to escalated...

Poland hits back at Commission’s statements on judicial independence

Brussels - Warsaw tensions have escalated dramatically, after Poland accused the European Union on Saturday of "double standards" when questioning the independency of the...

Commission asks EU's top court to suspend chamber disciplining Polish judges

The European Commission decided on Tuesday to ask the European Court of Justice (CJEU) to temporarily suspend the functioning of the disciplinary chamber of...

Polish President Duda boycotts Holocaust memorial event in Israel

Poland's President Andrzej Duda announced on Tuesday that he would not attend a Holocaust memorial event in Israel for the commemoration of the 75th Anniversary...

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