NATO Looks To Expand Presence In Eastern Europe With Two New HQ Bases22percent
NATO’s importance certainly has resurged in the past several years. Since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, NATO seemed to fall to the way side for a number of years until 2001, when the alliances’ focus turned to Islamic extremists in the Middle East. Today, NATO once again rallies around a common concern: Russia. Since President Putin’s expedition into Crimea and Ukraine, NATO’s importance has once again come into the spotlight, as NATO members build up forces . . .
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