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NATO's Steadfast Defender exercises mark return to Cold War schemes, says Russia

  • NATO will launch its largest military exercises since the Cold War, involving around 90,000 personnel, to demonstrate its ability to defend its territory up to the border with Russia.
  • The exercises, called Steadfast Defender 24, are not directly related to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, but aim to deter Russia from targeting NATO member countries.
  • The drills will simulate an emerging conflict scenario with a near-peer adversary and will involve the rapid deployment of forces from North America and other parts of the alliance to reinforce Europe's defense.
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