Britain’s most senior Nato commander has called on the alliance to step up efforts against Russian cyber attacks, propaganda and political agitation – to keep President Putin in check.
General Sir Adrian Bradshaw told the BBC that the West needed “a grand strategy” to counter these threats…
General Bradshaw described the likelihood of a military confrontation with Russia as low.
But he added because “there is a very small risk and because the consequences would be catastrophic, we have absolutely got to deal with the risks”.
Those risks, he believes, have increased because of Russia’s willingness to use “all the levers of the state” to achieve its goals. Läs artikel