Putin Ask Biden For ‘Full List Of Ukraine Invasion Dates’ For Year Ahead

Wednesday, February 16 is currently reaching a conclusion (neighborhood time in Kiev and Moscow) – and there’s not been anything of the “normal” Russian invasion that Washington has for days been breathlessly predicting. To review, below is Politico’s reporting from last Friday – the afternoon where White House officials spread panic into the markets and…

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Russia Could Invade Ukraine Anytime According to the Biden Administration.

During a weeks-long impasse between Moscow and Washington, a key White House advisor claimed on Feb. 6 that Russia may attack Ukraine “at any point now.” “It could happen as soon as tomorrow or it could take some weeks yet,” Jake Sullivan, the Biden administration’s national security adviser, told ABC News. “With military deployments, Russian…

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Pentagon Sends 3,000 Troops to Eastern Europe Amid Russia Tensions.

The Pentagon said on Wednesday that the US will deploy around 3,000 troops to allied countries in Eastern Europe. This decision comes as tensions between Russia and Ukraine remain high. According to Pentagon press secretary John Kirby, the deployment will send around 2,000 troops to Germany and Poland, as well as a 1,000-strong mounted cavalry…

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Russia & US Talks Haven’t Gone Far to Diffuse Tensions on the border.

Special negotiations between US and Russian negotiators ended on Monday, with the goal of de-escalating existing tensions over Ukraine and an increase in military activities along Russia’s western border. There was little immediate information on the outcome of the bilateral negotiations, which lasted more than seven hours in Geneva, Switzerland. Senior diplomats on both sides…

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Biden Says Sending Troops to Ukraine “not on the table.”

President Joe Biden confirmed Wednesday that sending troops to Ukraine in the event of a Russian invasion is “not on the table.” The president took questions Nov. 8 before departing for Kansas City, Missouri. When asked about placing troops on the ground in Ukraine, Biden said, “That is not on the table. “We have a moral obligation and a…

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Update 12/07/21: Call Between Biden & Putin, The Lines Are Drawn.

Jake Sullivan, Biden’s national security advisor vaguely laid out the details of the call held behind closed doors between the national leaders. According to Jake, Biden laid out various economic sanctions that will take affect in the event that Putin decides to overtake Ukraine. The national security advisor made a point to not go into…

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