Vardo, an island town in Norway’s remote northeast which lies near restricted Russian naval bases, May 13, 2017. A secretive American-Norwegian radar project has provided a much-needed economic lifeline in Vardo, but also spawned fears over health hazards and fatalistic thoughts about the town’s fate should Russia and NATO ever enter into direct conflict.
Vardo, an island town in Norway’s remote northeast which lies near restricted Russian naval bases, May 13, 2017. A secretive American-Norwegian radar project has provided a much-needed economic lifeline in Vardo, but also spawned fears over health hazards and fatalistic thoughts about the town’s fate should Russia and NATO ever enter into direct conflict. ANDREW TESTA NYT
Vardo, an island town in Norway’s remote northeast which lies near restricted Russian naval bases, May 13, 2017. A secretive American-Norwegian radar project has provided a much-needed economic lifeline in Vardo, but also spawned fears over health hazards and fatalistic thoughts about the town’s fate should Russia and NATO ever enter into direct conflict. ANDREW TESTA NYT

The US is snooping on an infuriated Russia from a tiny, nervous island in the Arctic

June 13, 2017 05:59 PM