Come spring of this year, NATO is expected to send battalions of 800 to 1,200 troops to each of the Baltic States and Poland.
The troops’ deployment coincides with the deployment of 300,000 NATO troops that have been on “high alert” since last month. Is this a sign that Cold War 2.0 will go hot in 2017?
(ANALYSIS) — Since tempers first flared in 2014, tensions between Russia and the US have nearly boiled over on more than one occasion. However, recent NATO and US army actions along with a surge in anti-Russia propaganda throughout the Western world, suggest that these tensions will only escalate in the months ahead. Last Friday,