Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania have created small armies, navies, and air forces from scratch. But reliable security can only come through greater integration into Western structures by SAULIUS GIRNIUS THE MILITARY DILEMMA facing the Baltic states is simple but harsh. The small countries will never have the manpower or weapons to seriously resist a determined […]

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