NATO must adapt to what amounts to a fundamental shift in Europe’s security environment
Russia’s annexation of Crimea and its actions in eastern Ukraine have led to a fundamental shift in Europe’s security environment. Jonathan Eyal argues that NATO will have to find a way to reassure its Eastern European members without repudiating existing structures for co-operation with Russia.
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Associate Director, Strategic Research Partnerships