NATO and Russia Flex Their Muscles, but Coronavirus Is a Common Foe

On NATO’s jap flank, the alliance and Russia are both hunting for techniques to flex…

On NATO’s jap flank, the alliance and Russia are both hunting for techniques to flex their muscle groups and show they are ready for motion though also boosting vigilance against a new, invisible foe—the coronavirus pandemic.

The U.S. not long ago curtailed a flagship military services physical exercise in Europe to avoid spreading the virus. But the North Atlantic Treaty Firm has proceeded with many more compact drills near its border with Russia in which it practiced repelling an invader. The U.S. Navy this month also despatched ships to the Barents Sea,…