While the world is pre-occupied trying to find a way to stop ISIS, on Russia's border, war games and psychological warfare continue.
Apart from its obvious attempt to halt Ukraine's tilt westwards, worrying new questions now about Russia’s aim – and game – in the Baltic States.
What happened in Estonia last month reads like a John le Carre novel. One of their intelligence agents was snatched in a cross border raid by Russian FSB agents, and recently paraded on Russian TV as a spy.
Is President Vladimir Putin testing NATO? Seeing how far he can probe one of its own?
CNN’s Christiane Amanpour spoke with Estonian Foreign Minister Urman Paet on Wednesday about whether the country feared the "Ukraine treatment."
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