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Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday warned NATO against cultivating closer ties with Ukraine and Georgia, saying such a policy was irresponsible and would have unspecified consequences for the alliance.

The issue has been a source of anger forRussia— which shares a border with both countries and does not want to see them join what it regards as a hostile military bloc — since 2008 when NATO leaders promised Ukraine and Georgia they would one day join the alliance.

Putin, speaking toRussian diplomats from around the world assembled in Moscow, said on Thursday there was a need to restore trust in Europe and spoke out against what he said was NATO's attempts to deploy new bases and military infrastructure nearRussia’s borders.

"We will respond appropriately to such aggressive steps, which pose a direct threat toRussia," said Putin.

"Our colleagues, who are trying to aggravate the situation, seeking to include, among others, Ukraine and Georgia in the orbit of the alliance, should think about the possible consequences of such an irresponsible policy."

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TheRussian leader said he had discussed the matter with U.S. President Donald Trump at a summit in Helsinki on Monday.

Trump has called for NATO members to spend more on defence, but has queried whether Montenegro, the alliance's newest member, should be part of the bloc at all calling its people "aggressive."

Russian forces entered two breakaway Georgian regions in 2008 and annexed Ukraine's Crimea in 2014 after which a pro-Russian separatist uprising erupted in eastern Ukraine.

Swathes of both countries remain garrisoned byRussian troops, something Moscow says is in keeping with local people's wishes, but which the West and the governments of the two countries call an illegal occupation.

NATO leaders discussed ties with Ukraine and Georgia — both former Soviet republics once ruled from Moscow — at their summit in Brussels earlier this month.

Prominent politicians in both countries are keen to join the Western military alliance, but have seen their chances of joining hampered byRussian territorial incursions.

Under NATO rules, countries with territorial conflicts cannot join NATO.

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The death of network neutrality and the loosening of regulations on how Internet providers handle customers' network traffic have raised many concerns over privacy. Internet providers (and others watching traffic as it passes over the Internet) have long had a tool that allows them to monitor individuals' Internet habits with ease: their Domain Name System (DNS) servers. And if they haven't been cashing in on that data already (or using it to change how you see the Internet), they likely soon will.

DNS services are the phone books of the Internet, providing the actual Internet Protocol (IP) network address associated with websites' and other Internet services' host and domain names. They turn arstechnica.com into 50.31.169.131, for example. Your Internet provider offers up DNS as part of your service, but your provider could also log your DNS traffic—in essence, recording your entire browsing history.

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"Open" DNS services provide a way of bypassing ISPs' services for reasons of privacy and security—and in some places, evading content filtering, surveillance, and censorship. And on April 1 (not a joke), Cloudflare launched its own new, free high-performance authoritative DNS service designed to enhance users' privacy on the Internet. This new offering also promised a way to hide DNS traffic completely from view—encryption.

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Very pretty, but as knitting this would require concentration and silence granted only with the absence of children I'll just have to admire yours from afar.

Posted by: Heide | September 14, 2006 09:08 PM

Gracious! those are lovely and complex, and I sense some cabled knee-socks in my future (that's the only way for me to justify working 100st socks into my life...)

Posted by: loribird | September 14, 2006 09:18 PM

Very thoughtfully written and well photographed...of course the artistry of your knitted work is always sooooooooo pleasing to the eye and the senses. Is it easier to stay focused when doing "patterns?" I have a tendency to become easily bored with anything other than socks, hats and an occasional scarf. Bravo Eunns....

Posted by: Karen | September 14, 2006 09:19 PM

I love the design and the color together--very organic. Perhaps do pair #2 in Cherry Tree Hill SuperSolid Sock yarn and enter them in the contest? http://www.cherryyarn.com/designcpotlucksupersock.html

Posted by: lorinda | September 14, 2006 09:28 PM

oh goodness, my brain is full! all the knit stitches through the back loop...very clean, indeed. lovely and amazing. i love the macro feature, don't you? so i'm wondering if you think up these stitch patterns or if you use a reference...? either way, the composite results are always a sight to behold. food for thought, this sock. size 0's? 96 sts? not the speediest sock to knit, but definitely worth a try. and i'm always willing to try new things :)

Posted by: keohinani | September 14, 2006 09:33 PM

This is a gorgeous sock, Eunny. If I had the pattern I would definitely make it -probably over and over. I love the crisp look of the tiny stitches.

Posted by: Leigh | September 14, 2006 09:33 PM

So, I was so proud of myself, after lurking here - thinking that I was smart enough to design my own stuff. Then I read your most recent post.

I think I'll stick to patterns and save myself the heartache. I'm not a fan of swimming (in frog pond).

But, love your blog! You do amazing work.

Posted by: Misty | September 14, 2006 09:33 PM

So beautiful - and I love the crisp nature of twisted stitches. I think I would need to have an entire weekend with no distractions to sort the pattern out, but what a challenge!

Posted by: | September 14, 2006 09:46 PM

Hi Keohinani! Hmm. These are all very old patterns - the side chart is unvented from a motif seen in a photograph of a stocking. I guess you could say that I thought up the center panel, but I don't think that'd be a very fair way to put it - it's such a simple variation on just a plain old lattice, and you can almost certainly find it in stitch dictionaries. The ribbed cables are, well, ribbed cables

Just a little math, and a little swatching to decide what I liked together. Instant-gratification "design" is okay by me :)

Posted by: eunny | September 14, 2006 09:46 PM

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