Russia–NATO relations

A protester calls for on NATO to enforce a no-fly zone over the Ukraine during a demonstration in Paris, France, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022.

‘The risk of escalation is too great’ for a no-fly zone in Ukraine, analyst explains


A no-fly zone would basically commit NATO to shoot down all Russian planes that violate the airspace within the no-fly zone, explained Rachel Rizzo, a senior fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Europe Center. “And a no-fly zone can’t just be established, it has to be enforced,” Rizzo told The World.

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America has been at NATO’s helm for 70 years. Can it survive without US leadership?

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NATO at 70: ‘Not anti-Russian,’ but committed to securing member states

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