There they go again. Russia and Belarus and their war games being played out on the Baltics’ borders. Last week’s ‘Zapad 2013’ has been promoted as an exercise in fighting terrorism, but considering the number of troops involved - anywhere from 12,000 to 128,000, as contradictory numbers were provided by Russia - that looks a bit suspicious.There is even evidence that the games had an anti-Western agenda. Russia and NATO are partners, but with this kind of behavior, who needs enemies?There are good reasons why the Baltics joined NATO in 2004 (and what Russ...
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