Obama should promise to scrap Russia-NATO pact, says defence analyst

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Matthew Bryza, director of the Tallinn-based International Centre for Defence Studies, said that while visiting Estonia, the US President Barack Obama should promise to scrap the Russia-NATO Founding Act.
Matthew Bryza
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