What Ukraine can learn from Finland
Could there be a glimmer of hope for the struggling country? In December 1939, a small country with a small military held off the vastly superior Soviet Red Army and avoided occupation by its larger neighbour. Elizabeth Braw, an expert of resilience and grey-zone defence, explores how Finland managed to outsmart the Soviets and how this could be channelled by Ukraine, which is facing a similar challenge in 2021.
From Foreign Policy