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Home > Publications > PISM Bulletin > NATO Policy towards Russia after the Crimea Annexation: More Deterrence and Farewell to Partnership

NATO Policy towards Russia after the Crimea Annexation: More Deterrence and Farewell to Partnership

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20 March 2014
Jacek Durkalec
no. 39 (634)

The annexation of Crimea by Russia ruined the already fragile degree of trust it had among NATO members. The Alliance faces the painstaking task of a thorough review of the relationship. The top priority should be to enhance deterrence and defence capabilities for NATO members neighbouring Russia. The restoration of elementary military predictability and confidence in Europe, focused primarily on the situation in Ukraine and Crimea, should also be on the top of the new agenda.

 


 
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