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NATOSourceAug 25, 2018
US Navy Re-Establishes Atlantic Fleet to Check Russia
By Wesley Morgan, POLITICO
The U.S Navy on Friday formally reactivated the Cold War-era naval command it relied on for decades to confront adversaries in the waters off North America — the latest in a series of efforts to check Moscow’s military expansion.
NATOSourceJul 27, 2018
Russia’s Defense Minister Threatens Response To Sweden and Finland Increasing Cooperation with NATO
By Jason Lemon, Newsweek
Russia’s defense minister has said NATO’s increasing ties with Sweden and Finland are “worrying” and such actions force his nation to “take response measures.”
NATOSourceJul 20, 2018
Director of US National Intelligence: Russia’s ‘Actions have Been Pretty Nefarious Towards Us’
By Dan Coats and Andrea Mitchell, Aspen Institute
Excerpts from Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats interview with NBC Chief Correspondent Andrea Mitchell, July 19, 2018.
NATOSourceJul 18, 2018
Can NATO Allies Effectively Utilize Increases in Defense Spending?
By Andrew Clevenger, Roll Call
Decreases in NATO members’ defense budgets in the years before Vladimir Putin’s takeover of Crimea in 2014 created readiness problems in Europe just as they have in America,