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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Professor Stefan Hedlund
It is understandable that the West has found it maddening that the Kremlin’s new form of warfare, based on brazen denials of being involved, has proved to be so successful
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