NATO watches with worry Russian war games


NATO watches with worry Russian war games

NATO, Western analysts and military experts are watching the largest exercises Moscow has conducted on its western borders since the Cold War: a real-world, real-time glimpse at what Russia's military is truly capable of, after years of institutional reforms.

The Zapad drills, taking place in Belarus and the regions east of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania and formally kicked off on September 14, are the first to be held in close proximity to NATO member countries since Russia seized Ukraine's ...

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