A Russian Attack on Montenegro Could Mean the End of NATO

By On July 27, 2018

A Russian Attack on Montenegro Could Mean the End of NATO

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A Russian Attack on Montenegro Could Mean the End of NATO

Trump doesn’t think the country is worth defending. Putin has already tried to destabilize it onceâ€"the West can’t let it happen again.

By Jeffrey A. Stacey |
Montenegrin Army soldiers fire artillery look at the Montenegro flag during preparations on the eve of Independence day, on May 20, 2010 in Cetinje, Montenegro. Montenegrin Army soldiers fire artillery look at the Montenegro flag during preparations on the eve of Independence day, on May 20, 2010 in Cetinje, Montenegro. (SAVO PRELEVIC/AFP/Getty Images)

Jeffrey A. Stacey is a national security consultant, a former State Department official in the Obama administration, and the author of the book, "Integrating Europe."

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