What steps NATO must take to contain Russian aggression

  • 2016-06-29
  • Aaron Bateman, United States Air Force
The recent announcement thThe recent announcement that NATO is considering the establishment of a permanent 4,000-troop rotation in Poland and the Baltics in response to Russian aggression appears to be the alliance’s attempt to demonstrate that it is serious about the security of its Eastern European allies. However, increasing the number of NATO troops stationed on Russia’s western flank by several thousand may not affect Russia’s calculus. Currently, NATO appears to be haphazardly responding to concerns from its members living in Russia’s shadow without articulati...
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