NATO membership is not an ‘optimum’ response to the security needs of former Soviet states, claims the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy in a report outlining Russia’s stance toward the Atlantic alliance’s enlargement. Expansion could undermine opportunities for Russian participation in the new European security structure and thrust Russia and the West into a […]

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