Troubled Nato not in party mood for 70th birthday

Posted In: News Date:Dec 2nd, 2019

Expansion has brought Nato's frontiers 1,000 miles (1,600km) closer to Moscow.

Countries once occupied by the Red Army and incorporated into the Soviet Union, like the three Baltic republics, or former Warsaw Pact allies of Moscow like Poland, are now firmly in Nato's orbit, and Russia's President Vladimir Putin does

"There is a problem of political consensus in the western world and so we make it easy for Mr Putin,"