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'The Russian Invasion of Ukraine - Special Focus' - a new NATO LibGuide

 

'The Russian Invasion of Ukraine - Special Focus' - a new NATO LibGuide

This LibGuide is a collection of articles  by leading experts with their latest analysis on the Russia-Ukraine crisis. Feature articles, opinion pieces, and links to pertinent resources have been collected here by the NATO Library staff here for easy access. It is regularly updated.

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NEW! The 2021 Secretary General's Annual Report is out!

NATO Secretary Jens Stoltenberg launched his annual report for 2021 on Thursday (31 March 2022), which covers all aspects of the work of the Alliance over the past year.

On Ukraine, Mr Stoltenberg said NATO had repeatedly warned that Russia was poised to launch a full-fledged invasion of Ukraine: “We prepared for the worst but worked hard for the best. We made every effort to engage Russia in dialogue but Moscow consistently turned us down and ultimately decided to cut diplomatic ties. Last fall, we also took action to heighten the readiness of our forces, deploy more troops to the eastern part of our Alliance and stepped up our support to Ukraine.”

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