What Angela Merkel doesn't say about NATO-Russia agreement
Thursday, September 4, 2014
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has stated on several occasions that stationing permanent
NATO forces in Eastern Europe would be in breach of the 1997 NATO- Russia agreement. However, legal expert Erika Leonaitė, a lecturer at the International Relations and Political Science Institute of Vilnius University, says the reality is more complicated than that.
Angela Merkel, Vladimir Putin
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