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NATO and Russia – De-escalating military risks

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The security situation in Europe has deteriorated to its lowest point since the end of the Cold War. Relations between NATO member states and Russia are complex and troubled. It will take concerted efforts by both sides to move their interaction to a more positive plane. NATO and Russian military forces operate in much closer proximity than just a few years ago, previous lines of NATO-Russia communications have broken down, and the nuclear and conventional arms control system that took decades to build is rapidly unraveling, with nothing to take its place. facing such a situation, senior expert discussions led by…

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