NATO's rethink

NATO is rethinking its combat levels in Europe and total stand towards Russia:

BRUSSELS (AP) — In an underground archive below NATO’s headquarters lies a key document that sets out the vision of both NATO and Russia about their future ties, as it was shaped almost a quarter of a century ago. The room is sealed. White gloves must be worn to handle the text.

“NATO and Russia do not consider each other as adversaries. They share the goal of overcoming the vestiges of earlier confrontation and competition and of strengthening mutual trust and cooperation,” reads the preamble of the NATO-Russia Founding Act, signed in May 1997.…


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NATO-Russia Founding Act, signed in May 1997.


Like all agreements that Russia has ever signed - this agreement became worthless when Putin became President of Russia in 2000.


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