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Jamie Seidel


Adelaide, SA, Australia

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Past articles by Jamie:

‘Weakest link’: Signs Putin could be ousted

The Ides of March is approaching. It’s the day the dictator Julius Caesar fell – stabbed to death in the Roman Senate. → Read More

Cracks start to show in Putin’s plans

The cracks are beginning to show. Vladimir Putin’s plans are fraying around the edges. Now he’s doubling down on staying in control. → Read More

How Russia-Ukraine conflict could make China unsure about invading Taiwan

It could have been everything Chairman Xi Jinping hoped for. A lightning-fast victory. A collapse of democratic unity. The final nail in the coffin for Washington’s credibility. → Read More

Sign Putin could use Russia’s nuclear weapons on Ukraine

When it comes to Russian President Vladimir Putin, it’s time to expect the unexpected. And that – leading analysts say – applies to nuclear weapons. → Read More

Russia not using advanced combat jets has military analysts confused

They’re shiny. They’re gadgety. They’re ridiculously expensive. But are they also useless? Military analysts are stumped as to why Russia has launched a massive military campaign – but not used its advanced combat jets. → Read More

This secret symbol is bad news for Ukraine

Collaborators. Infiltrators. Special forces agents. The signs of a secret war are springing up throughout Ukraine. And erasing them may be a matter of life and death. → Read More

Putin’s desperate bid for quick victory

Fears are rising that an increasingly desperate Vladimir Putin has ordered his troops to seize Ukraine’s capital Kyiv within the next 24 hours — by all means necessary and at any cost. → Read More

Things are not going to plan for Putin

Ukraine hangs in the balance. → Read More

‘Father of all bombs’: Russia’s brutal weapon

It’s one of war’s most brutal weapons. It pulls oxygen out of the air. The resulting blast is second only to a nuclear bomb. And Russia’s using it against Ukraine. → Read More

Will sanctions be enough to stop wealthy Russian oligarchs?

Russian President Vladimir Putin is an ex-KGB man. He knows money gets results. Which is why he’s made his supporters very rich – and the world’s politicians addicted to his largesse. → Read More

‘Violent’: Stark reality of what Ukraine faces

‘Peacekeepers’ don’t need heavy tanks. They don’t need artillery. Nor do they need masses of long-range, precision-strike missiles. → Read More

Russia-Ukraine will be world’s first ‘naked war’

The fog of war is history. → Read More

‘Failed state’: Russian President Vladimir Putin’s plan to ‘cripple’ Ukraine as war looms

The world won’t know what Russian President Vladimir Putin wants until the day after war breaks out with Ukraine. → Read More

China’s embassy staff remaining in Kiev shows solidarity with Russia

Troop ships have been put to sea. Artillery has taken up position on the borders. Tanks and trucks are streaming onto the highways. → Read More

72 hours before the world erupts

Ukraine is just 72 hours away from invasion, US intelligence agencies believe. And an all-out assault will hurl the world back into the darkest depths of the Cold War. → Read More

China accuses Australia of undermining Beijing Winter Olympics

China has accused “stupid” Australia of undermining Olympic peace and initiating a regional arms race. → Read More

‘System cannot cope’: Cruel way Russia could strangle Europe as Ukraine threat looms

It’s the middle of winter. Gas reserves are running low. Soon, many Europeans could face the prospect of freezing to death. → Read More

New satellite photos show Russian military moving in on Ukraine

Russian troops are striking camp – emptying pre-prepared assembly points and pitching tents alongside their armoured vehicles in positions just a few dozen kilometres from Ukraine. → Read More

Commercial satellite snaps photo of top-secret Area 51 aircraft

The secret squirrels of Area 51 appear to have slipped up. A passing commercial satellite seems to have snapped its top-secret next-generation combat aircraft on the tarmac. → Read More

Clever US move exposes Putin’s hypocrisy

Washington has offered Moscow the chance to examine NATO bases for the deadly Tomahawk cruise missiles they insist are hidden there. But its caveat may be a deal killer. → Read More