April 14, 2014

Waking Up to the Russian Threat

Sohrab Ahmari, Wall Street Journal

The Associated Press

Until recently, members of the Russian delegation to NATO were free to roam at will about the Western alliance's headquarters here on the outskirts of the Belgian capital. The Russians had an awkward habit of listening intently to others' conversations at the cafeteria, yet their presence was tolerated in the name of dialogue.

Not anymore.

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TAGGED: Ukraine's Parliament, Russia, NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen

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