25 November 2002 NATO expands its northern border with Russia, while the West’s frosty relations with Belarus and Ukraine turn several degrees colder. PRAGUE, Czech Republic–In one of the key moments in Central and Eastern Europe’s post-1991 history, NATO last week expanded deep into the former Warsaw Pact for the second time, and for the […]

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