Debating Sweden and Finland’s Entry into NATO


Chris, Melanie, and Zack take into consideration Finland and Sweden’s applications to sign up for the North Atlantic Treaty Group. Is a bigger NATO automatically a much more efficient alliance? And what are the simple implications of defending these two countries from an seemingly revanchist Russia? What does this indicate for the upcoming of European strategic autonomy? And does this signal a hardening of the old Chilly War strains of West versus East, or, in this circumstance, all of Europe vs . Russia? Atta-peoples go out to the simple fact checkers, Australia’s Labor Party, and Rep. Mike Gallagher for waging war on navy acronyms. Gripes and grievances for child formula shortages, the Biden administration’s stinginess towards Asian allies, and (lobbyist) Gil Garcetti.

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