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Interesting.  As someone with family in Estonia and Latvia, they certainly would disagree (perhaps obviously).  The Baltic nations have too small amount of real estate to mount even a delaying action.  Perhaps one could argue that theirs is already a lost cause, whereas Ukraine has a lot more territory to fight over.  Would the West abandon the Baltics like they did Poland in 1939 is the big question.  

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On 8/22/2020 at 11:21 PM, Erwin said:

Interesting.  As someone with family in Estonia and Latvia, they certainly would disagree (perhaps obviously).  The Baltic nations have too small amount of real estate to mount even a delaying action.  Perhaps one could argue that theirs is already a lost cause, whereas Ukraine has a lot more territory to fight over.  Would the West abandon the Baltics like they did Poland in 1939 is the big question.  

Baltics have that "one British Soldier" so to speak to ensure article V going through (and fighting any forces that may be considered by the agressor to be below the level of war).

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