Will Russia attack Finland and Sweden?


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This week, Finland and Sweden formally submitted applications for membership of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). This displeased Russia, which had as one of the objectives of the invasion of Ukraine precisely to prevent the former Soviet republic and other countries from entering the Western military alliance.

Ironically, the Swedish and Finnish requests only occurred because the war in Eastern Europe made the two Nordic countries change their minds and open hand of decades of military neutrality.

The chances of a Russian military reaction to Helsinki and Stockholm will be the subject of the live of the War Games column this Thursday (12), Starting at 21 hours. Journalist Luis Kawaguti and Commander Robinson Farinazzo will have as guest Paulo Polzonoff , also a columnist for Gazeta do Povo.

The War Games column features exclusive reports on the war industry, armed forces, conflict zones and geopolitics. These topics are discussed in depth in conversations between experts in the field, every Thursday.

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