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May 20, 2022

How A Possible NATO Expansion Shows Russia's Plans are Backfiring

By Andrea Kendall-Taylor

Russian President Vladimir Putin has used possible NATO expansion to justify invading Ukraine. Now, that invasion might expand the alliance. Finland and Sweden, both formerly neutral Russian neighbors, are applying for membership. Andrea Kendall-Taylor joins NPR to discuss.

Listen to the full interview from NPR.

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