Baltic Sea

Such incidents can "result in accident or miscalculation."
For the exchange of knowledge The UBC Commissions are good example of such knowledge exchange and cooperation platform. Based
Al Jazeera's news report that the Pentagon fired off an 'angry response' with accusations of Russia's "provocative and unprofessional
Gdansk, Poland is a city that many know as the place where shipyard worker Lech Walesa led the strikes and established the Solidarity Union that led to the end of Soviet control of the region.
He may not be known for his oratorical/linguistic skills, but as commencement speakers go, Joe Biden did himself proud at the U.S. Naval Academy's recent graduation and commissioning ceremonies.
Deputies leapt to their feet with each new exhortation. Finally, someone was telling it like it was. But Putin wasn't done.
j.frede : Sredney Gavan Rear Range Lighthouse, The Baltic Sea, Russia from j.frede on Vimeo. This frozen sea is the thing
St. Petersburg was constructed at great human and economic cost. So is the implementation of Putin's Sochi's urban/sport/entertainment fantasy, which some predict could turn into a nightmare.
President Putin seems determined to restore Russia's maritime role, not just in the face of the United States, but also China, Japan, and the European Union (EU).
An hour or so outside of Tallinn Estonia, along the coast of the Baltic Sea, lies an abandoned Soviet submarine base next to the village of Hara. Barren, forgotten, isolated.
"The object had an egg-shaped hole leading into it from the top, as an opening. On top of the object they also found strange
The researchers will spend between six and 10 days at the site, using sonar to create 3D images of the bottom of the specified
The Baltic Sea has provided fish for millions of people since the days of the Roman Empire. Unfortunately, the sea is increasingly sick as a result of decades of pollution and overfishing.
Anti-wind power groups have made a lot of noise over wind turbines, but that hasn't stopped Germany from investing in more
All told, there are over 400 dead zones worldwide, affecting an area of more than 245,000 square kilometers, a number that has increased exponentially since the 1960s.
The 30 bottles of pre-French Revolution champagne recently recovered from the bottom of the Baltic Sea were a pretty awesome