The migration crisis diverts attention from “American invasion” of the Baltic states and Poland. The American forces will swarm the European side of the Russian border.
Although new NATO outposts will be or already was established in Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Romania and Bulgaria, those will host only a few dozen military personnel. For the alliance, the new outposts are meant to establish a NATO presence without violating its 1997 promise not to permanently station troops on Russia’s borders. on.wsj.com/1OccNa0,