Wary of Russia, Poland Throws NATO Spending Into Election Debate

  • Leading party plans NATO's biggest defense budget after U.S.
  • Existing Airbus and Raytheon contracts will be reviewed

Soldiers prepare for a NATO Response Force (NRF) exercise behind flags of participating nations in Zagan, southwest Poland on June 18, 2015.

Photographer: Janek Skarzynski/AFP via Getty Images

Polish politicians on course to oust the government in this weekend’s election say Russia’s latest flexing of its military muscles is bad news for their country. Defense companies might see it another way.

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