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  • Russia and North Korea Sitting in a Tree, M-I-S-S-I-L-E? With Russian President Vladimir Putin’s first visit to North Korea in 24 years set for next week, the international community, including South Korea, is on high alert for close relations between Russia and North Korea. The potential impact on the Korean Peninsula could be significant as the level of military cooperation between the two sides […]
  • Ukraine's Economic Growth Deteriorates Thanks to Russia The Central Bank of Ukraine has reduced borrowing costs for the third consecutive time, weighing the economic impact of Russia’s attack on the country’s energy sector. The National Bank of Ukraine lowered the benchmark interest rate to 13% on the 13th (local time), a decrease of 50 basis points. This decision aligns with the median […]
  • Is This the Right Move? America Commits to Decade of Military Support for Ukraine The United States and Ukraine are set to sign a bilateral security agreement during the G7 summit, which will take place in Italy from June 13 to 15, as announced by the White House. The U.S. plans to establish a long-term security support system for Ukraine through this agreement, but it’s reported that a binding […]
  • Is Putin Really Going to North Korea? Here's What We Know A senior Russian presidential official disclosed that President Vladimir Putin is scheduled to visit North Korea soon.
  • North Korea and Russia Celebrate Unbreakable Bond on Russian National Day North Korean leader Kim Jong Un sent a congratulatory message to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Russia Day. Rodong Sinmun reported on June 12, “In his message, Kim sends warm congratulations and comradely greetings to the Russian federal government and its people on behalf of the people of North Korea on Russia Day. North Koreans […]
  • Geopolitical Chess: Putin's Next Move Includes North Korea NHK reported on the 12th, citing multiple diplomatic sources including high-ranking Russian government officials, that Russian President Vladimir Putin is coordinating a visit to North Korea early next week. According to NHK, Putin will be visiting North Korea for the first time in 24 years since July 2000. The media outlet also stated that it […]
  • How Desperate is Putin? Russia Starts Sending Female Inmates to Fight in Ukraine Russia, struggling with a shortage of troops, is releasing female convicts to conscript them into the battlefield. 
  • Putin's New Ploy: Russia Sends Female Prisoners to Fight in Ukraine Amidst the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, it appears that Russia is now preparing to deploy female convicts to the battlefield.
  • Ukraine's Bold Move: Fighter Jets Hit Russian Soil The U.K.’s Sky News reported on the 9th that a Ukrainian fighter jet launched a weapon striking a target on the Russian mainland for the first time. Sky News cited an anonymous source that revealed the Ukrainian Air Force struck the Russian command center in the western Belgorod region of Russia. Belgorod is a border […]
  • Ukraine's Latest Drone Attack Destroys Russian Su-57 Fighter Jet The Ukrainian military announced that they had destroyed the latest Su-57 fighter jet in a drone strike on a military base in Russia.
  • Russia Races Ahead: Fast-Tracking Domestic Lithium Project Amid U.S. Sanctions Russia is fast-tracking its domestic lithium development project. Amid difficulties in lithium supply due to U.S. sanctions...
  • Global Push for Peace: UN Security Council Adopts U.S. Ceasefire Plan On the afternoon of the 10th (local time), the United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting. It adopted a resolution supporting the three-stage Gaza ceasefire plan led by the United States. According to Reuters, all of the 15 member states of the Security Council voted in favor of the resolution except for Russia, who […]
  • Biden and Macron Condemn North Korea's Military Aid to Russia During his state visit to France, U.S. President Joe Biden held a summit with French President Emmanuel Macron on June 8, where they strongly condemned the military cooperation between North Korea and Russia and reaffirmed their firm commitment to supporting Ukraine. The two leaders agreed to join forces for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip […]
  • Satellite Images Suggest Russia May be Smuggling Weapons to North Korea Japanese newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun reported on June 9 that a Russian-flagged cargo ship had docked at North Korea’s Najin Port last April. There are allegations that Russia may have violated UN Security Council (UNSC) sanctions against North Korea and transported weapons for North Korea. The news outlet along with former UNSC North Korea Sanctions Committee […]
  • Putin Opens the Nuclear Door of Opportunity President Vladimir Putin of Russia has left the door open to the possibility of nuclear weapon testing, despite stating there is currently no need for Russia to utilize nuclear weapons. On June 7, at the main session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), Putin said, “The use of nuclear weapons is only possible […]
  • Putin’s Heirs Apparent? Daughters Take on Important Roles at Major Forum The daughters of Russian President Vladimir Putin have reportedly made a rare public appearance, sparking widespread interest.
  • U.S. Eyes Countermeasures Against Russia, China, and North Korea On the 9th, Jake Sullivan, the U.S. National Security Advisor, revealed that the U.S. is formulating ...
  • AI vs. Humanity: UN Security General Urges Action to Prevent AI-Powered Nuclear War UN Secretary-General has warned that the advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) technology could exacerbate the threat of nuclear war.
  • How Russia Is Disrupting U.S. Satellite Communications A repeated occurrence has been reported in partial areas of Ukraine, where the speed of Starlink signals used by the Ukrainian military has...
  • Tram Collision in Russia Results in Casualties and Chaos A tram collision in Kemerovo, a city in southwestern Siberia, Russia, has resulted in one fatality and over 100 injuries so far. According to reports from Russia’s TASS, Sputnik, and AFP on the 6th, two trams collided around 7:30 in the morning in Kemerovo. A spokesperson for the local branch of the Russian Federal Investigative […]
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