Svalbard: The Strait That Can Disable Russia's Nuclear Second Strike Capability | EUROtoday

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Svalbard is Norwegian territory, however Oslo has tolerated Russian settlements there for nearly 100 years. The Kremlin is not simply involved with mining. Control of the Strait is important to nuclear second-strike functionality. In the occasion of a battle, a harmful situation threatens.