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Very interesting take, Professor. I agree that Russia might get benefited if its part of NATO than being an opposition. I feel this is not the country's motive but a single man's ambition to stand up to the west and flex. Since cold war, US and NATO have expanded a lot both in terms of regions and fire power. I feel Russia has lagged behind relatively and is trying play the teasing game.

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