For the Baltic states and their neighbors, the threat from the behemoth in the east has been replaced by a vague enemy called instability by Gerard F. Brillantes IN the past, all Baltic Sea nations’ defense scenarios centered on the potential expansion of the Soviet empire. But now, in the short run, the singular threat […]

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