Baltic Nation of Estonia is Afraid of a Russian Invasion : State of the World from NPR European countries that border Russia are concerned that they'll be invaded next if an emboldened Russia is successful in Ukraine, even though they're members of the NATO alliance. We go to the Baltic nation of Estonia and hear from people who are making preparations in case of invasion.

Invasion Worries in Eastern Europe

Invasion Worries in Eastern Europe

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Estonia flags on the shoreline of the Baltic Sea view in Tallinn, Estonia, on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2024. Peter Kollanyi/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Estonia flags on the shoreline of the Baltic Sea view in Tallinn, Estonia, on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2024.

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European countries that border Russia are concerned that they'll be invaded next if an emboldened Russia is successful in Ukraine, even though they're members of the NATO alliance. We go to the Baltic nation of Estonia and hear from people who are making preparations in case of invasion.