Russia calls for a Cold War-style Europe. Will NATO give in?

They’re not asking nicely. With tens of thousands of its troops lined up along Ukraine’s eastern border, the Kremlin has publicly laid out demands that analysts say are aimed at restoring a Cold War-style European security order. The most contentious of these include a guarantee that NATO won’t admit any former Soviet republics—chiefly Ukraine—and an end to all military cooperation with those countries. While the United States and its allies swiftly rejected the demands, they also don’t seem to have quite figured out yet how to respond to Russia’s aggression. As tensions tick up on the eastern front, our experts break it all down for you.

Συνέχεια εδώ


Σχετικά Άρθρα