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Are NATO and Russia on a collision course? | Inside Story

NATO and Russia have long tried to keep an open channel of communication.
But building trust between the two rivals has always been complicated.
They have disagreed on a number of issues from security to intelligence gathering.
A recent dispute about spying has led Russia to break off diplomatic ties.
Earlier this month, NATO expelled eight members of Russia’s diplomatic mission to the alliance- saying they were ‘undeclared intelligence officers’.
Moscow denied the allegations and has now suspended its diplomatic mission altogeher.

So, what’s next for Moscow and NATO?

Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra

Guests:

Dmitry Babich – Political Analyst at Rossiya Sevodnya, a news agency.

Theresa Fallon – Director of the Centre for Russia Europe Asia Studies.

Glenn Diesen – Professor of International Relations at the University of South-Eastern Norway.

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