James Rogers

How eastern Europe became a fortress

Polish soldiers take part in the Nato Dragon-24 military exercise in Korzeniewo, northern Poland (Getty Images)

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James Rogers
James Rogers is co-founder and director of research at the Council on Geostrategy, a new think tank established to help make Britain, as well as other free and open nations, more united, stronger and greener.

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