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AbstractThe North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is back in the business of deterring aggression on the part of Russia. This return to great power deterrence has brought widely acknowledged military challenges related to power projection, force modernization, and burden sharing but also and notably a political challenge of defining NATO's collective political ambitions for a continental order in which Russia will not become like the West. Like during the Cold War, the most convincingdoi:10.1007/978-94-6265-419-8_3 fatcat:jpiu2k3avbf4jdi6efyyxwyltm