What Happens if Finland and Sweden Join NATO?

The two Nordic nations applied for membership in the Western alliance on May 18 in a historic move seen as a direct consequence of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Sweden has remained neutral for over two centuries and Finland since the end of WWII. With the latter sharing an 830 mile border with Russia, public opinion has steered towards joining NATO. Find out why the application process leaves both countries vulnerable, how Moscow has responded and how Turkey could jeopardize their membership.

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