In this collection of essays, Robert M. Gates Senior Fellow Elbridge Colby highlights discusses countering Russian nuclear strategy in central Europe. The collection, titled "Frontline Allies: War and Change in Central Europe" was originally published by the Center for European Policy Analysis.
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