For over seven decades the North Atlantic Alliance has been expanding eastward at an alarming rate, doubling in size after the end of the Cold War. Recent geopolitical developments – such as Brexit, EU’s rhetoric on the need to build its own armed forces, baseless anti-Russian hysteria propagated by politicians mostly from Poland and the Baltics – have all added to NATO’s sabre rattling. Just recently, UK defense secretary made a sensational claim that only the Alliance can deter Russia’s aggression, without, of course, mentioning the fact that it is the Alliance that acted the aggressor part on a number of occasions. Bill Hicks, Steve Hughes, and Dylan Moran deliver the funny, while Bryan MacDonald (Irish journalist) shares his professional opinion.
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