May 19, 2014

How NATO Became So Toothless

Der Spiegel, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

If Russia were to engage in military aggression in the Baltics, NATO would be unable to defend the region using conventional means. An internal report highlights weaknesses in the alliance.

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TAGGED: Europe, NATO

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