NATO's Tough-Talking General Has One Piece Of Advice: Russia

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Breedlove speaks with Pavel and Mercier at the start of the NATO Ministerial Meeting on the South, Partnerships, and Defense Capacity at NATO Headquarters in Brussels

‘We see that Russia has not accepted the hand of partnership but has chosen a path of belligerence’

US, Canada Natural Gas Exports Chip Away At Russian Dominance

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Gas burner with Russian coins (Credit linavita/Shutterstock.com)

Canadian and American natural gas exports allow our European allies to reduce their dependence on Russia.

Not Even Global Warming Activists Think Cap-And-Trade Is A Good Idea Anymore

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
David Brockwell walks between wind turbines during a routine inspection at the Infigen Energy wind farm located on the hills surrounding Lake George, 50 km north of the Australian capital city of Canberra May 13, 2013. Infigen Energy's Capital Windfarm, built five years ago, was a vanguard for wind power as Australia sought to wean itself from cheap fossil-fuel power in the face of climate shift blamed in part for Lake George's transformation to a vast plain. But big plans to expand the Infigen renewable energy project near Canberra and others like it have been put on hold awaiting the outcome of an election in September. The ballot, which opinion polls show the opposition conservatives winning, along with an economic slowdown and rising home energy bills have put the brakes on Australia's decade-long clean energy push. At stake in the Sept. 14 vote is a controversial carbon trading scheme championed by ruling Labor to curb greenhouse gas emissions, with a $20 billion pipeline in renewable investment largely on hold as nervous companies sit on their hands. Picture taken May 13, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray

‘Based on an outright scam’

Trump Says US Should 'Rethink' Participation In NATO

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Holds Rally In Phoenix

‘We certainly can’t afford to do this anymore’

Property Rights Are A Huge Obstacle To European Fracking

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Local resident Kip Parker demonstrates as police escort a lorry to the drill entrance of a site run by Cuadrilla Resources, in the village of Balcombe in southern England September 3, 2013. Caudrilla Resources's site in the village of Balcombe in rural West Sussex has become a focal point for protesters who oppose fracking, a technique the company has pioneered in the search for shale gas in Britain. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)

There are still no commercial natural gas wells in Europe.

Propping Up Oil Prices Is Now A Russian Video Game

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
A worker checks a valve at the Gazpromneft company owned Yuzhno-Priobsky gas processing plant, with an oil tank seen on the background, in the West Siberian city of Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, January 28, 2016. Picture taken January 28, 2016. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

Crude oil exports accounted for 68 percent of Russia’s total export revenues.

Europe Lays Out Plan To Cripple Russia's Energy Empire

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
A Japanese-made liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier is anchored near an LNG plant on Sakhalin island near the town of Korsakov, some 50 km (31 miles) from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk February 18, 2009. Russia's Sakhalin Energy will export about 50 cargoes of LNG this year, with the majority going to resource-hungry Japan, the head of the company said. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)

The European Union says it “has a major opportunity to improve its energy security” by buying American LNG.

Lights Out! Ukraine Has Evidence Russia Took Down Its Power Grid

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
A man types on a keyboard in front of the logo of "Kosova Hackers Security" in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 16, 2015. At the request of the United States, Malaysia has arrested a man on charges of hacking personal data of more than a thousand U.S. officials and handing it to Islamic State militants in Syria so they could target the individuals. The man, 20-year-old Ardit Ferizi from Kosovo, who entered Malaysia in August 2014 to study computer science and forensics, will be extradited to the United States, police said on Thursday night. Picture taken October 16, 2015. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic -

The attack left approximately 700,000 homes without power for several hours last December.

Russia Argues That Its Only Obligation To Ukraine Is Not To Nuke It, Experts React Swiftly

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
Kremlin

‘I think the @RussianEmbassy needs to explain themselves over this one’

'Amazing And Embarrassing': Obama SOTU Gaffe On Ukraine Almost Goes Entirely Unnoticed

Daily Caller News Foundation | Russ Read
Obama's SOTU: 'Anyone Claiming That America's Economy Is In Decline Is Peddling Fiction' (screenshot: MSNBC)

Russia is ‘pouring resources’ into what now?

Lights Out: The Top 7 Threats To America's Power Grid

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
September 13, 2009 in New York, New York. (Getty Images)

‘Perfect storm of policies’

Feds: Cyber-Attack On Ukraine Proves US Power Grid Is Vulnerable

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
An illustration picture shows a projection of binary code on a man holding a laptop computer, in an office in Warsaw June 24, 2013. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

A single one minute of grid downtime can cost up to $15,447

Russian Hackers May Have Weaponized The Grid, And It's Got US Intel Spooked

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
A man types on a keyboard in front of the logo of "Kosova Hackers Security" in this photo illustration taken in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 16, 2015. At the request of the United States, Malaysia has arrested a man on charges of hacking personal data of more than a thousand U.S. officials and handing it to Islamic State militants in Syria so they could target the individuals. The man, 20-year-old Ardit Ferizi from Kosovo, who entered Malaysia in August 2014 to study computer science and forensics, will be extradited to the United States, police said on Thursday night. Picture taken October 16, 2015. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic -

Infecting power grids with malware is so simple there are 5 minute YouTube tutorials on how to do it.

Number Of Refugees Fleeing Putin Rivals Assad And ISIS. Here's Where They've Ended Up

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jacob Bojesson
Members of the Ukrainian armed forces ride on an armoured personnel carrier as they patrol area near Artemivsk

‘When the conflict escalates again, a lot more people will come to us’

Tensions Grow Between Obama Admin, Ukraine

Daily Caller News Foundation | Richard Pollock
Vice President Joe Biden speaks at the memorial service for five U.S. servicemen.

Foreign intrigue

Haphazard US Aid To Ukraine Dwarfed By Russian Support Of Crimea

Daily Caller News Foundation | Russ Read
Tank crew members of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic take part in a military drill outside the urban settlement of Torez in Donetsk region, Ukraine, September 14, 2015. REUTERS/Alexander Ermochenko

It’s junk, not enough, and not in Ukraine

Monkeys Given Blankets To Cope With Crimean Blackouts

Daily Caller News Foundation | Rachel Stoltzfoos

‘Not an ultimate solution’

Russia Has Started Censoring Scientists

Daily Caller News Foundation | Andrew Follett
Russia's President Vladimir Putin (L) is seen through the glass of C-Explorer 5 submersible after a dive to see the remains of the naval frigate "Oleg", which sank in the 19th century, in the Gulf of Finland in the Baltic Sea July 15, 2013. REUTERS/Aleksey Nikolskyi/RIA Novosti/Kremlin (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. IT IS DISTRIBUTED, EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - RTX11NHG

The country’s scientific output has already significantly declined.