TARTU - Last week, the security situation of the Baltic states again returned to international prominence. The initiator on this occasion was British defence secretary, Michael Fallon, who stated that Russian aggression presented a “real and present danger” to the three states. These sentiments were later reaffirmed on the floor of the House of Commons by Prime Minister David Cameron. Media discussion of these remarks has largely focused on the extent of the Russian threat. However, there is another important side to this debate that has remained largely untouched. Express...
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