Thanks to Poland, NATO will defend the Baltic states

Under US pressure, Germany and others appear set to answer one of Europe’s most fundamental security questions.

In a crunch, would NATO stand by its weakest members – the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania? After five years of dithering, the answer now seems to be ‘Yes’, with a decision in principle by the alliance to develop formal contingency plans to defend them.

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