Geez, Putin's top generals are dropping like flies.
North Korea is definitely not going to help Russia. From what I’ve heard, they all think Putin is insane and refuse to help him because of it.
Here you go. There are plenty of other links saying the same thing if you do a Google search and set the time frame to be within the past two weeks.Big old citation needed on this one, chief, because last as I've heard North Korea is basically blaming the U.S. 100% for the invasion, same as China.
To make matter worse America reacted in a petty way of removing stuff like McDonald’s and other cooperations from Russia hastily (which sucks because actual people were working there and are now without a job) so this wouldn’t surprise me if this effects our day to day lives in terms of resources heavily. China has mostly stayed stagnant so far and haven’t openly shared that much support for Russia.
Won’t comment on the whole Ketanji p*do sentencing thing and obviously not defending it because any type of porn exploiting minors needs the hammer thrown on them. It’s pretty interesting that Republicans are so interested in her giving “leaner” sentences towards people convicted of sexual misconduct involving children like Rebulicans weren’t defending Brett Kavanaugh not long ago who had multiple accusations of being a rapist.
Yeah, and it's clear that other nations near Russia do not want to be invaded by them, which is why Sweden and Finland are both trying to join NATO.While it would take years, Finland has already trained and worked alongside NATO for a while now, so I think the practical integration would be pretty quick.
Anyways it looks like that Russia has pulled out from around Kyiv, (and committed some atrocities while they were at it), so it seems extremely likely that Ukraine will be independent after the war at minimum.
This is a fancy way of saying UK wants to return to modernizing Ukrainian equipment as a pre-condition for NATO integration (ignoring the legal issues, since Ukraine's military is stuck with Russian made weaponry, it is physically incompatible with NATO as it is now), as it was the intention before Russian attack.“There was support for countries to supply new and heavier equipment to Ukraine, so that they can respond to these new threats from Russia,” she said. “And we agreed to help Ukrainian forces move from their Soviet-era equipment to Nato standard equipment, on a bilateral basis.”