World War 3 News: Ukraine Caught In Russia-NATO War, US To Strike Moscow Over Syria?

World War 3 News: Ukraine Caught In Russia-NATO War, US To Strike Moscow Over Syria?
Soldiers from 2nd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division fired shots from M1A1 Abrams tanks at Adazi Training Area, Latvia, Nov. 6, 2014. They fired one shot for each of the Baltic states, and then a culminating shot with all three tanks firing together as a symbol of solidarity and partnership with the NATO countries. The Soldiers and their tanks are part of the U.S. Army Europe-led Operation Atlantic Resolve land force assurance training taking place across Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland to enhance multinational interoperability, strengthen relationships among allied militaries, contribute to regional stability and demonstrate U.S. commitment to NATO. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Angela Parady.) Sgt. Angela Parady / Wikimedia Commons

Ukraine has been a vulnerable region following tensions from Russia’s actions. On one hand, Russia claims it is not attempting to conquer regions, while on the other, NATO sees Russia planning to invade territories including Eastern Europe. Will situation in Ukraine bring the new Cold War?


While NATO and the United States are keeping an eye on Russia regarding Ukraine, a new report may shed light on the matter as well.

Ukraine Caught in Russia-NATO War

“The Ukraine conflict has a 25-years history. Instead of dissolving NATO, the alliance was expanded. Relieved from there being a Soviet Union and a Warsaw Pact, the alliance went as fast it could to do all it wanted. Remember, a series of WW III scenarios has been written in which that war would start with some uncontrollable event in Yugoslavia. Now it could be chopped up – freely and without risk. Serbia was bombed and Kosovo carved out without a UN mandate whatsoever (1999),” claims Jan Oberg for Global Research.

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The report goes to say that there has been a long-standing lie about Vladimir Putin’s aggression on Ukraine. However, the narrative is more complicated, although Russia is also not innocent. Some analysts think NATO is using the Russian aggression premise to justify its actions.

US to Strike Moscow Over Syria?

As for Russia and the U.S., the Kremlin made it clear that it wants to talk to the United States and cooperate with it in fighting terrorism in Syria so long as it does not put out “any hints of threats to Russia’s military and citizens.”

“Once again we declare that we are fully prepared to continue the dialogue with the American side and carry on with the joint actions to combat terrorists in Syria,” RT quoted Russian Ministry of Defense spokesman Major-General Igor Konashenkov.

“However, even the slightest hints of a threat to our soldiers and Russian citizens must be excluded from this dialogue. The matter of safety of Russian citizens, wherever they may be, is not up for bargaining. It is our main and unconditional priority,” the spokesman stressed.

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  • WatchingThisUnfold

    This has been unfolding slowly, a little here a little there, from Iraq to Libya, Syria, Sudan, and now Pakistan and India are tensely watching each other as that situation worsens. The Russian response to losing arms deals to Iraq’s Hussein regime was to create conflict a al Transinistra (92), Georgia (08), and Ukraine- Crimea/Donetsk/Luhansk (2014).

    With oil so low, the Saudi/Iranian conflict is boiling in Yemen and Syria, easily awaiting an ignition like the Hajj stampede to go full scale. The Turks have entered the Syrian war and soon direct contact between the US Coalition/ Turkey and the Russian Coalition/ Syria is inevitable.

    The Russian response to the Syrian crisis will see Eastern Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuanian added to the list above in the “frozen conflict” strategy. This will put NATO front and centre with little wiggle room to balk like they did in Ukraine. THAT’s when things will get interesting.

    Meanwhile with everyone so entangled in that geopolitical mess, China will go ahead and exert complete control over the South China Sea. The question there is, will the affected nations join a coalition or cower?

    I always knew I would live to see this, I just wonder if I’ll see the ending……

    • Andrew Lewis

      Don’t forget North Korea.

      • WatchingThisUnfold

        you’re right about that, they could implode or explode at any moment. I fear that they implode and have a North Korean Civil War that will be by far more chaotic than the wrath they could unleash on South Korea.