Hegel has a point here.
Published time: August 28, 2014 05:12
Edited time: August 28, 2014 08:27
Following NATO’s aggressive military posturing in Eastern Europe, Russian envoy to the alliance warned that the “configuration and activity” of its forces will impact how Russia proceeds with its own security planning and considerations.
“Obviously, we will take into consideration the configuration and activity of the NATO forces at the Russian borders in our military planning, and will take all that is necessary to reliably provide security and to ensure safety against any threats,” Russian media quoted Aleksandr Grushko citing Interfax news agency.
The statement by the Russian envoy follows on from the Cold War military alliance’s intention to put up more bases in Eastern Europe and the Baltic in order to counter an ‘overt’ Russian threat – despite objections from a number of NATO members.
NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen nonetheless said…
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