RIGA - Baltic security is back on the agenda. For some it never went away. But Russia’s military involvement in Syria, and its ensuing standoff with Turkey after a Russian fighter jet was shot down over Turkish airspace, had shifted major news focus from the Baltics and from Ukraine for the last few months. As had vast levels of migration from war zones in the Middle East, and terror threats in Europe after the shootings in Paris.
That is all understandable. Yet over the last fortnight, the US has announced a quadrupling of military spending on NATO’s eastern ...
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