Gorbachev also pointed to the dangers of nuclear weapons.
12:53, 05 November 2019
International appeals for both sides to de-escalate have become a depressingly regular feature of the dialogue surrounding the conflict, serving as the diplomatic equivalent of victim blaming.
20:40, 28 January 2019
Navy explores expansion of operations in far North, going head-to head with rivals Russia and China.
09:57, 14 January 2019
Russia's rhetoric is the rhetoric of war, Herbst said.
12:34, 20 December 2018
NATO allies are also now investing more in defence.
13:20, 04 December 2018
President Poroshenko wants more weapons from the U.S., and UN peacekeepers, stressing that Ukraine is the front line in a new Cold War with Russia.
18:30, 07 May 2018
Guterres said there were no mechanisms of control over the situation.
09:51, 23 April 2018
The war party is extremely powerful and has won many battles for the Russian president’s soul, the analyst says.
11:00, 02 April 2018
Other observers are skeptical about Russia's supposed new arsenal, because Moscow has not shown proof of successful tests.
11:44, 02 March 2018
<p>Still, both sides want to maintain communication channels.</p>
12:06, 15 February 2018
<p>The Trump administration is levying new sanctions on Russia it hopes will force it to comply with a Cold War-era nuclear arms treaty it has violated by deploying a banned cruise missile, according to a senior administration official, Politico reports.</p>
16:35, 09 December 2017
<p>NATO does not want a “new Cold War” with Russia, despite members’ concerns about the Russian military buildup close to NATO’s border, the chief of the military alliance said Monday, according to the Associated Press.</p>
18:40, 09 October 2017
<p>The United States and Russia have descended to a new low point in relations, with waves of sanctions and escalating retaliation. Twenty-five years after the Cold War ended, relations are back in a deep freeze, according to The Washington Post.</p>
15:11, 01 August 2017
<p>Recent Russian naval activity in Europe exceeds levels seen during the Cold War, a top U.S. and NATO military officer said, voicing concern that the distributed nature of the deployments could end up "splitting and distracting" the transatlantic alliance, according to Reuters.</p>
13:00, 10 April 2017