There will be plenty for world leaders to tell Donald Trump at the upcoming G7 summit in Canada.
Secretary James Mattis is pushing for NATO to establish 30 land battalions, 30 air fighter squadrons, and 30 navy ships, including destroyers, to be ready to launch a fight against Russia.
America is leading a drill with 18 other nations in Europe's northeast.
Soros said Trump is putting "pressure of unpredictable force" on Europe.
"This of course in no way creates security and stability on the continent," a Kremlin spokesman said of Poland's offer to pay for a permanent U.S. presence.
Retired four-star U.S. Air Force General Philip Breedlove said Russia's armed forces "quickly eliminate imperfections."
Russian warships and submarines don't only target ISIS and other Syrian insurgents, but also provide a cover against NATO's southern flank in Europe.
As tensions ratcheted up between Russia and the West, NATO members were increasingly preparing for the worst.
Relations have deteriorated between Russia and the West since the Kremlin annexed Crimea in 2014.
The decision to purchase new weapons, particularly a missile defense system, will not be received warmly by Moscow.
The tests come as Russian President Vladimir Putin revealed new nuclear missiles and Moscow's relationship with the West took another major blow.
"We know that the Russians are involved," claimed Gen. John Nicholson.
Russia said the U.S. may risk "opening a Pandora's box" if it takes their military rivalry to outer space.
Joint statement from the U.S., U.K., France, and Germany decries the "assault on U.K. sovereignty".
Georgia is a small, mountainous country with around 4 million inhabitants that lies south of Russia bordering the Black Sea.
The annual event was reportedly almost three times the size it was last year.
NATO has around 32,000 troops in the Baltic region, compared with 78,000 Russians.
Russia said U.S. pilots should avoid traveling near Crimea—or expect Moscow's jets to fly close by.
Vladimir Putin has outlined the Arctic where Russia expects the U.S. and others to vie for "intimidating supremacy."
As a Turkey-backed offensive neared Manbij, Syria, the head of U.S. Central Command said withdrawal was "not something we are looking into."
The head of Russia's second biggest bank said the tightening of sanctions against the country's institutions would be "like declaring war."