Tuesday Mar 4
The Globe and Mail
Kiev plays David to the Russian Goliath
Ukraine's ill-equipped, rundown and underfunded army has little combat punch, and is certainly no match for Russia's still-massive military.
Truk Toll is Raised to 40 Ships; 4 More of Foe Sunk Off Kavieng
First session: September 1, 2009. Last date to add: September 2, 2015. Reading assignment: New York Times articles and the occasional radio broadcast delivered daily to students on the 70th anniversary of original publication date.
Creeping Russia Takeover in Crimea Seen More Likely Than Assault
A creeping Kremlin takeover of Crimea by ostensibly local ethnic Russian forces is more likely than a military assault on all or parts of Ukraine, U.S. and European intelligence officials and analysts said.
Veterans' campaigner invited to Parliament
A VETERANS' campaigner from Pensnett, who funded the country's first Arctic Convoys memorial out of her own pocket, was invited to Parliament for a commemorative event.
Extraordinary N Atlantic Storms Driving Gulf Stream Water into Arctic, Sea Ice Melting in February
Extraordinarily warm water, as much as 10A F above normal, has entered the Barents sea on the Atlantic side of the Arctic.
This is Wiltshire
Arctic Star medal for man who survived 'worst journey'
Ernie Tough more than lived up to his name when he survived a World War Two Arctic convoy which suffered the loss of five ships under attack by German air, U-boat and surface forces in 1942.
Learn to understand global warming evidence
As we are witnessing, the ice the the Arctic is melting. There's less each year.