You asked "What's still in the NATO?"
I responded "It" (is still in the NATO)
Now it makes sense.
Here is the link if anybody wants to know why kalbahamut hates Serbia: https://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/149667/countries-bordering-serbia
2. claims nobody needs to hear what person A thinks about Serbia.
3. posts link to comment section with person A's thoughts about Serbia. In case anybody wants to hear.
Do you work for Serbian customs or their kleptocratic kangaroo courts by any chance? Your mastery of logic is just as strong. And it's kind of cute that you think everyone's going to run to the defense of Serbia... kind of like putting someone on blast for once saying negative things about colon cancer.
and those responsible for delineating boundaries would just do the logical thing and join Europe to Asia. After all, it is one land mass.
If you're talking about the museum in Budapest that I referenced, yes, it is about communists. Specifically, Russian communists and those aligned with them. I visited twice. The regime in Hungary was not propped up by China or Cuba. and Hungary did not join NATO for fear of being dominated by North Korea or the Ethiopian derg.
But... they did not yet join NATO. They voted to apply for NATO membership. Their application has to be received and approved before they become NATO members, it's not automatic, and Erdogan (who is himself a corrupt and self-dealing would-be despot very much like Putin or Trump) might block it, if he doesn't think it will benefit him personally.
We will need to add Sweden and finland soon
I guess it's nice to know there are fewer countries unsigned and freeloading than aren't. Though there is certainly an unequal contribution by members.
As I understand it, Serbia is Russia-friendly, which explains their absence.
Austria is neutral(?). Both it, and Ireland are 'partners' (..so are RUS/UKR/BEL..)
The weak links are, Turkey, Hungary, Romania, Germany, France (in that order)? Why is it always France...
The strongest links are US, UK, ? Maybe Canada, Netherlands, Poland, Baltics. You'd have to discriminate between will of populace, government, and capability.
Moldova has a border dispute in Transnistria, which prevents membership regardless of will, afaik.
I know there's some UN-backed NATO peace-keeping operation or something of the sort in Kosovo re Serbia conflict. I don't know anything about Bosnia- apparently it's in negotiations to become a member.
AFAIK Cyprus is heavily Russian populated or associated.
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