Less than 6 percent of the U.K.'s Poles plan on leaving.
Gernot Erler has warned that military buildups in Eastern Europe could lead to war.
The Baltic Saber Strike exercise will take troops from Germany to Estonia.
Witold Waszczykowski called for permanent NATO deployments on the eastern flank.
Russia has vowed a "highly effective" and "asymmetrical" response.
The lack of a common policy about the flood of refugees into Europe clearly shows the absence of intelligent direction.
Access to independent information is critical to challenging Russian propaganda—and the East European regimes' grip on the media.
The failure of NATO's leaders to check Putin's advance is making a mockery of the alliance's purpose.
Leading western venture capitalists, including Richard Branson, are investing heavily in Estonian startups.
Officials in the Baltics are calling for higher NATO vigilance as Russia steps up drills.
NATO's Secretary-General said the measures, a response to Russia's annexation of Crimea, were defensive.
There are 300 members of Chechnya's "Death" batallion, mostly former state security troops
Putin's air force and navy have repeatedly intimidated its neighbours, who are mounting an armed response
Tensions were already high between Latvia and its neighbor Russia; now the Latvian foreign minister has come out as gay.