June 13, 2014

U.S. Needs New Bases in Central Europe

Andrew Michta, The American Interest

The Associated Press

President Obama sounded the right notes in Warsaw last week when he reassured Central Europeans of America’s commitment to NATO. Now he needs to back that commitment by shoring up Europe’s northeast.

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TAGGED: United States, Russia, Central Europe, Poland

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