Over the coming weeks, both Nato and Russia will launch a series of super-high-end war games. These games are hardly for fun - rather, they are deadly serious practice sessions for hundreds of thousands of soldiers, thousands of combat aircraft, and flotillas of combat ships.
While no one will die (other than by accident, a not uncommon occurrence in such exercises), the messages going back and forth are crystal clear: We are prepared for war.
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