April 10, 2014

Is Estonia Worth a War?

Justin Logan, The National Interest

The Associated Press

No one near the levers of power in Washington suggested that Ukraine’s territorial integrity was worth risking a war with Russia. That stark reality offers an opportunity to evaluate U.S. alliances. Which European countries should the United States be willing to go to war with Russia over?

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TAGGED: Estonia, Russia, Ukraine, Europe, NATO

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