Could Putin’s troops be in Warsaw and Vilnius in two days?

Vladimir Putin

He reportedly said it to Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko, who then told EU officials.

Other media asked Brussels, Kiev, and Moscow if Putin really made the threat, but they declined to confirm or deny.

EUobserver asked three Russian analysts if Putin could really do it.

The short answer is No.

The more realistic threat would be “hybrid warfare” – economic coercion, political subversion, and covert military action – against the Baltic states in order to split NATO on how to react.

But the long answer sheds light on the balance of power in Europe and on the psychology of the Ukraine war.

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