Role of NATO and Unrest in Ukraine
Mark Jacobson talked about the role of NATO in Ukraine following Crimea’s vote to join Russia. He discussed the history and… read more
Mark Jacobson talked about the role of NATO in Ukraine following Crimea’s vote to join Russia. He discussed the history and organization of NATO, how the organization shifted its focus after the end of the Cold War, its history with Ukraine, and the types of support NATO can offer to Ukraine.
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