Text: Lai Yiren (Master of the Institute of Military Affairs of the Chinese National Defense University, active-duty army captain) Since the Russian-Ukrainian War, there have been several noteworthy changes in the international situation, especially in the European geopolitical pattern. These changes have prompted European countries to adjust their long-standing inherent security policies and military strategies, testing the stability of the European political and military pattern, and improving the stability of the political and military structure in Europe.
May influence the priorities of countries to weigh security matters in the future. A More Dangerous Europe: The Shaking of Permanent Neutrality & the photo retouching service Intensification of the Arms Race The first change is that the stance of a permanent neutral state "indisputable from the world" is gradually shaken. It must be vigilant that this change has not even occurred in two world wars. There are five countries recognized as permanent neutral in the world: Sweden, Switzerland, Ireland, Finland and Austria.
On the eighth day after Russia invaded Ukraine, Switzerland took the lead in attacking and joined the EU in sanctioning Russia. Even though it has declared that it will never provide military aid to belligerent countries, economic sanctions in modern warfare have no less effect on weakening a country’s combat power. in military confrontation. In addition, the foreign ministries of Sweden and Finland have publicly announced their intention to join NATO , and the two countries are in full swing with NATO for joint naval training. As for Ireland's r