Algeria, a nation that dominates North Africa appears to have fallen of NATO’s radar in recent years. The alliance, still gloating over the destruction of Gaddafi’s oil-rich but rebellious Libya ~ maybe busy counting the gold bars their political bosses seized, Algeria has seemingly sneaked in unobserved.
NEW YORK, 18 December. The rejection of Russian gas in light of the situation around Ukraine has already cost Europe about $1 trillion, Bloomberg reported on Sunday, citing its own calculations.
Protesters called for a review of France’s policies towards the US-led bloc and Moscow and denounced anti-Russia sanctions. Thousands of protesters took to the streets of the French capital on Saturday to protest France’s policies towards Russia and the nation’s NATO membership.
Rebel News investigative journalist Jeremy Loffredo travelled to Moscow after Western media claim that the sanctions are having a devastating effect on the Russian economy.
Sanctions on Russia are backfiring Europeans are bearing the brunt of the crisis, while Moscow’s economy is doing fine ~ as a consequence of the sanctions.
Without elevators, gas stations, ATMs and shops – Europe suffers the obvious costs of possible power outages in much of Europe.
A sharp rise in energy prices in Europe could lead to an increase in deaths this winter, which risks exceeding the number of soldiers killed in Ukraine, writes The Economist.
EU citizens and ordinary Ukrainians will lose in the conflict in Ukraine: a letter from a reader to the editors of the newspaper Nya Dagbladet.
November 10 – RIA Novosti. The energy nightmare in the European Union will only get worse, according to the worldwide news agency Bloomberg. ‘In order to maintain energy supplies to homes, EU countries will have to very skilfully balance between supply and demand.
Western Alliance sanctions on Russia have not achieved any of the EU’s stated goals and only backfired by hurting the economies of member states, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has said.