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Finland, Rattled by Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine, Thinks the Unthinkable — NATO Membership

The government’s efforts broadly reflect Finnish public sentiment. Some 60 percent of Finns now support NATO membership — a 53 percent increase from when the war began.

Finland's foreign minister, Pekka Haavisto, arrives for a meeting of NATO foreign ministers at Brussels April 6, 2022. AP/Virginia Mayo

ALEKSANDRA GADZALA TIRZIUIMAGE

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ALEKSANDRA GADZALA TIRZIU

Ms. Gadzala Tirziu is a contributing editor of The New York Sun, covering foreign affairs. She is also Senior Fellow with the Atlantic Council, Visiting Fellow with the Independent Women's Forum, and lecturer in international relations at the University of Zurich.

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