The Ukraine-Russia crisis is testing NATO allies

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Navigating the crisis between Ukraine and Russia could drive a wedge between NATO allies. German political expert Constanze Stelzenmüller said: “There would be a huge disparity in the economic impact of economic sanctions between the United States and Europe.” FM. NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Admiral James Stavridis said Putin was trying to “create these divisions” among NATO allies.

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