It is not much of an exaggeration to claim that for the Baltic states, especially Lithuania, the Biden presidency is a match from heaven. Although fears of a Russian invasion have decreased, the Kremlin is still the overarching security threat. Despite NATO actions and assurances, there remains a minor but gnawing and publicly unexpressed foreboding that NATO might back down in a confrontation over the Baltics, if the Kremlin made credible threats to escalate sharply. Saving the Baltics at the cost of Boston and Baltimore might be considered a price too high. Although US policy toward Russi...
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