From $7 graffiti to arson and a bomb plot: How Russia’s ‘shadow war’ on NATO members has evolved

From $7 graffiti to arson and a bomb plot: How Russia’s ‘shadow war’ on NATO members has evolved

Arson at warehouses linked to arms for Ukraine. Surveillance cameras where NATO trains Ukrainian troops. Blunt vandalism of ministerial cars. Even an apparent, failed bomb plot. Russia has been engaged in a “bold” sabotage operation across NATO’s member states for more than six months, targeting the supply lines of weapons for Ukraine and the decision-makers behind it, according to a senior NATO official. Multiple security officials across Europe describe a threat that is metastasizing as Russian agents, increasingly under scrutiny …