Nato ‘at a loss’ as Putin works on New Russia strategy
Nato has rediscovered its purpose - and its legitimacy - after the gathering of world leaders in the UK. But when it comes to the task of devising a strategy to halt Russian aggression – and the increasing likelihood of ‘incidents’ in other eastern European countries - it is becoming clear that the alliance is at a loss.
THE NATO summit in the UK was a strange affair, arguably the strangest Nato summit held since the end of the Cold War.
The alliance could bask in the glow of having rediscovered a purpose, and therefore legitimacy, for its existence. Russia’s undeclared war against Ukraine has sent shivers across the European co...
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