NATO's Answer to Putin's Aggression

Western leaders insist there is no military solution for Ukraine, but there can be one for Russia, which will test NATO further if the alliance doesn't plan for a defensive war in the Baltics.
NATO isn't coming to the rescue of Ukraine's troops.

One of the most irritating phrases repeated by Western leaders and diplomats in recent weeks is that the conflict in Ukraine "cannot have a military solution." From U.S. President Barack Obama to German Chancellor Angela Merkel, it is routinely uttered as if it were a self-evident truth.

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