Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană said he "anticipates" allied presence to remain in Eastern Europe following Ukraine invasion.
The Ukrainian president said Putin prolonging the war is pushing world leaders to suggest outcomes beneficial to Russia as countries grow weary of fighting.
Anna Ivanova, despite her actual views, has been praised by Russian leaders and state-run media, who refer to her fondly as "Grandma Anna."
In a Saturday assessment, the Institute for the Study of War said that there is "eroding military professionalism" within the leadership of Russia's forces.
"Putin has been absolutely clear about his ambitions to create a greater Russia," U.K. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said in an interview published Friday.
"Leave aside the wickedness of it, the miscalculation strategically and in every possible way has been enormous," Blair said of the war in Ukraine.
The mini-bloggers previously cheered Putin's military, but now "criticized Russian armed forces leadership," the Institute for the Study of War said Saturday.
British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss urged fellow Western leaders to "go further and faster" in support of Ukraine.
The Russian president said that his country was "confidently managing in the face of external challenges."
The former president said that NATO members were not paying enough to defend themselves.
"They're funding Putin's genocide in Ukraine," the congresswoman said Sunday, referencing continued purchasing of Russian oil and gas.
The alliance's troops are headed for Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and Slovakia.
Galina Danilchenko is a known Russian sympathizer amongst politicians in the Melitopol region.
"Five people died as a result of the shelling of a television tower in Kyiv," Ukrainian officials wrote. "The video shows the consequences of another crime."
"I voted for peace, not for war," lawmaker Mikhail Matveev tweeted on Friday.
Prominent Russians spoke out against the president's invasion of Ukraine, while hundreds of anti-war demonstrators were arrested in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
"Some day Ukraine will be free, I have no doubt about that," former diplomat Michael McFaul said Friday.
It is difficult, perhaps impossible, to overstate the utterly pathetic nature of the Biden presidency thus far.
The government declared a state of emergency for 30 days, starting Thursday.
U.S. troops could soon be on their way to Eastern Europe, but not to defend Ukraine or engage the Russian military.
The U.S. is preparing to "present the facts" in a face-off with Russian officials at a meeting of the U.N. Security Council later today. The live updates for this blog have ended.
Allies in Eastern Europe worried the U.S. wasn't taking the Russian threat seriously enough. Then Biden held his disastrous press conference.
The campaign, known as Ghostwriter, attempts to instill conflict in the intergovernmental military group, obtain confidential information and spy on dissidents.
In Eastern and Central Europe, corruption softens politicians' stance towards Moscow, unravels the social fabric and causes voters to opt for political extremes.
In 2018, Georgian courts convicted and sentenced Mikheil Saakashvili in absentia to up to six years in prison for abuse of power.
"Our Western colleagues' actions are ruining the world security system and forcing us to take appropriate measures in response," Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said.
Poland and Hungary are important allies of the United States against a decadent global liberalism that has left Western countries shells of their former selves.