Russia Deploys Nuclear-Capable Missiles To Kaliningrad, Near Polish Border, by Tyler Durden


This is not good. From Tyler Durden at

Back in November 2008, then Russian president Dmitry Medvedev made a stark warning to NATO: “Russia will deploy Iskander missile systems in its enclave in Kaliningrad to neutralize, if necessary, the anti-ballistic missile system in Europe.” Subsequently we reported in 2013 that in a seeming escalation as the US ballistic shield of Europe appeared on its way to completion, there were unconfirmed reports that Russia had deployed a “double-digit” amount of SS-26 mobile units within Kaliningrad.

Fast forward to this past May, when in a dramatic development for the global nuclear balance of power, we reported that starting May 12, the United States would launch its European missile defense system dubbed Aegis Ashore at a remote airbase in the town of Deveselu, Romania, almost a decade after Washington proposed protecting NATO from Iranian rockets and despite repeated Russian warnings that the…

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