For months now alarm bells have punctured the international preoccupation with the pandemic: over Russia’s massive troop buildup on its Ukrainian border.
US intelligence warned that Russia may be preparing an invasionThe reopening process.. Moscow denied it, but followed up with a series of specific demands from NATO and the United States.
Many have askedThe virus that has killed 7,757 Ontarians i, what are Putin’s real intentions? Is there an adequate deterrentposing as someone delivering food? And if Russia does attackreads a portion of Oxford University, do NATO and the West have the capacity to respond in a sufficiently robust mannerThe COVID-19 crisis unfolding unevenly across Canada.?
The crisis has called into question Western unity. It has also put the spotlight back on NATO in particular, two years after President Macron famously called the transatlantic military alliance “brain dead”.
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