Scandal Erupts: Moscow Allegedly Pays MEPs to Influence European Elections

A brewing scandal has gripped European politics as reports surface of Russia's alleged payment to high-ranking Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) in a bid to sway the upcoming European elections scheduled for June. According to Politico, the revelations come amidst growing concerns over foreign interference in democratic processes within the European Union.

Why local elections could be critical for Turkey’s political future

Ayla Jean Yackley, an Istanbul-based journalist covering Turkey with stories in The Financial Times, Politico, and other major outlets, joins Thanos Davelis to look at why we should be paying attention to Turkey's upcoming elections, which could be critical for the country's politics - from the ruling party to the opposition.

Politico: After the fall of Avdiivka, the West must prevent the collapse of Ukraine

This is written by the American publication Politico, referring to some congressmen and officials.
"Now the plan, as eight US lawmakers and five foreign officials have stated or complained in interviews, is simply to prevent the collapse of the Ukrainian military, Politico reports.

Russians, get ready. A shock awaits you, you won't be able to hide, strikes follow...

As the head of the Ukrainian security service SBU, Vasyl Malyuk, said today, the goal is to bring the war as close as possible to the Kremlin.
"We cannot reveal our plans. They should remain a shock for the enemy. We are preparing surprises," Malyuk told the Brussels portal Politico.

A stone-age army: "If they attack us - we will defend ourselves with stones"

Namely, the military industry was deliberately reduced to a basic level after the perception of the disappearance of the threat of the collapse of the Soviet Union, and overstretched almost to the point of unsustainability after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, it has been the subject of numerous professional and political analyzes for a long time.