If anyone had any doubts that US Vice President Mike Pence is a hawk on Russian policy, his recent trip to Eastern Europe must have surely put them to rest. In Estonia, Pence met with the presidents of all three Baltic States, assuring them that ‘an attack on one of us is an attack on us all.’ He asserted that “no threat looms larger in the Baltic States than the specter of aggression from your unpredictable neighbor to the east."
One can hardly quarrel with the claim, since Estonia’s other neighbors are Finland, Latvia and Sweden. In Georgia,...
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