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Senator Paul Suggests Limiting Size of NATO to Influence Russia

Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul has suggested that one way to influence Russian behavior would be to limit the size of the… read more

Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul has suggested that one way to influence Russian behavior would be to limit the size of the transatlantic alliance and limit its expansion into Eastern Europe by not insisting that Ukraine and Georgia be members. “Sanctions are sort of the stick, and the question is what is the carrot. I would say that one of the carrots might be considering whether or not we continue to insist that Ukraine and Georgia be in NATO,” Paul said. “I think that if you really wanted to influence Russia’s behavior and you were talking in a one-to-one basis with Russia and you were to have some sort of agreement, I think an agreement not to have Ukraine and Georgia in NATO might lead to less conflict in both Ukraine and Georgia.” close

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Senator Paul Suggests Limiting Size of NATO to Influence Russia

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SD-419, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, District of Columbia, United States
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