Putin Didn’t Unite Europe — He Just Militarized It

Whatever the outcome of the Ukraine war, it’ll mean a more divided and armed Europe.

Troops take part in Saber Strike 17, a large-scale biennial NATO military exercise meant to demonstrate the readiness and interoperability of NATO forces in the Baltic Sea region.

For a while there, it looked like the European security order might be in the middle of a fundamental shift. Both presidents Donald Trump and Joe Biden promised an “America First” approach and a “foreign policy for the middle class.” US troops were set to leave Europe; Washington more or less unilaterally ended the Afghanistan […]

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