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How the West Marshaled a Stunning Show of Unity Against Russia
LONDON — The day after Russian tanks and troops poured across the Ukrainian border on Feb. 24, NATO leaders received a deeply frightening message. The alliance’s secretary-general, Jens Stoltenberg, opened an emergency video summit by warning that President Vladimir Putin had “shattered peace in Europe” and that from now on, he would openly contest the continent’s security order. However unlikely, Stoltenberg told the leaders, it was no longer unthinkable that Putin would attack a NATO member. S
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