NATO rules declare that the rest of NATO has to then kick the Russians back into Russia. But would they? And anyway, could they?
Just suppose the Russians invaded Norway: it would not be hard.
The border right at the top of Norway is just under 200 kilometers that divide the Pechengsky District of Russia and Norway’s Sor-Varanger. A Russian night air and seaborne bombardment followed by a night armoured and guards armour assault should do it by the following weekend. […]
So Exercise Trident Juncture is currently underway in Norway to see what would happen if the Russians attacked the northern European country. […]
And, until recently, an unasked question: if Russia moved on Norway, would the United States – with its huge tribute-service European deployment – take part in a rescue operation?
Might an early morning tweet from a golf course simply declare: “Not coming. You don’t pay your 2%”. Läs artikel