Brent Scowcroft Center Nonresident Senior Fellow Marik String writes for the National Interest on the need for NATO to enhance its capacity to prevent further Russian aggression in Eastern Europe:

The United States and its NATO allies continue to monitor the nearly collapsed “Minsk II” ceasefire over eastern Ukraine, with the threat of U.S. arms for Kyiv still looming.

But ceasefire or not, an equally urgent task still lies before the NATO alliance: enhancing capacity to deter similar Russian incursions into allied territory in Eastern Europe.

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