New Publication: Getting Deterrence Right on NATO’s Eastern Flank

Alexander Graef

Poland will not get the "Fort Trump" it wanted. Nevertheless, an exclusive focus on deterrence in NATO-Russia relations risks
becoming a self-fulfilling prophecy that might bring about what it is supposed to prevent: real military conflict. A better alternative  is to revive existing arms control instruments to their full extent, which would help to reduce the perceived dangers of surprise attacks and uncertainty about intentions.

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