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Russians attack?

This Computer war between Russia and Estonia (or, rather, attack by Russia) started over the dismantling of a Soviet statue. NATO has been notified. "Events of this nature make a lot of people sit up," a NATO spokesman, Robert Pszczel, said in a telephone interview. "Today Estonia, tomorrow it could be somebody else."

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But do the Russians have the guts to push further than assassination and computer hacking? Is Putin willing to further isolate Russia by comitting to bullying tactics? Or will the successfull eastern states with lets say a committed Germany push back?

NATO is dead, as the German public is pressing for the pulling out of Afganistan reveals. Germany and most EU states will not do one thing to protest the actions of the Russians, and even England will do little to pressure the Russians in regard to the Murder case that is happening there. The US needs to put lots of pressure on Russia, esp the helping of dissident groups and those moderate forces opposed to the Putin regime.

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