The Ukraine War has been nothing if not an evolution of journalistic groupthink in the U.S.
Category: SPECIAL UKRAINE REPORT – Aug 1 2023
The Pentagon announced last week that U.S. troops who have been stationed in Ukraine can earn “imminent danger pay” since they are in a warzone, which amounts to more than $200 a month in their paychecks, according to Stars & Stripes.
The Russian Foreign Ministry blamed the U.S. for “hushing up information” about Kyiv’s crackdown and crimes committed against the Ukrainian Orthodox Church that maintained close ties with the Russian Orthodox Church.
Volodymyr Zelensky, the Ukrainian president, said Sunday that it is inevitable that Russian territory becomes engulfed in the war after a drone attack on Moscow that resulted in two government buildings sustaining damage and Moscow’s main airport being forced to temporarily close.
Swiss newspaper NZZ am Sonntag reported last week that an assessment by its country’s Federal Intelligence Service found that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is showing authoritarian characteristics and is attempting to eliminate his chief rival in next year’s election.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told African leaders last week that Moscow will never allow Ukraine to become a member of NATO, despite bluster from the West that its membership into the anti-Russia alliance is inevitable.