NATO: can revitalised alliance deter Putin’s Russia • FRANCE 24 English

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FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “NATO: can revitalised alliance deter Putin’s Russia • FRANCE 24 English” – below is their description.

Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is breathing new life into NATO which has not only committed to turbocharging its eastern flank but is now more than doubling its borders with Russia as Finland and Sweden are joining an alliance that has rediscovered its purpose.

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