During the same week that the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe – PACE – voted to allow Russia back into Europe’s main human rights body five years after being barred for invading neighbouring Ukraine, the leader of the NATO military alliance warned its 32 members that Europe’s security could be compromised by Russia’s decision to exit a key Cold War-era arms treaty.
That warning was followed by an announcement from Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg that NATO is actively consider...


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