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Europe More NATO troops in Eastern Europe? New Polish president says yes, please.

Andrzej Duda hopes to enlist fellow Central and Eastern European nations in creating a permanent military presence to counter Russian threats. But he faces resistance.

Ints Kalnins/Reuters

Nervously eyeing a resurgent Russia, the nations of Central and Eastern Europe have primarily looked to the US and NATO for reassurance, be it in the person of President Obama, who visited Estonia in 2014, or NATO commanders who have increasingly led joint exercises in the region.

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