The Case for a Permanent U.S. Military Presence in Poland

Shortly after Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine, NATO members located along the alliance’s so-called eastern flank beseeched their western partners for a larger military presence. In particular, Poland and the Baltic states worried that NATO lacked the wherewithal to defend them against another rapid land grab by Russian forces. Poland’s foreign minister at the time … Continue reading The Case for a Permanent U.S. Military Presence in Poland