We've got our own rundown of those and other views -- both inside and outside Russia.
But the "FT"/Harris poll is worth a look; it doesn't do a lot to boost trans-Atlantic morale. Here are the most salient points:
More disturbingly, in Germany, Spain, and Italy, more people oppose coming to the defense of NATO's Baltic members in the event of a theoretical Russian attack than support it. Nearly one in three people across the other three countries polled would "strongly or somewhat oppose" it. Article 5, be damned.
There's also a sharp trans-Atlantic divide over which U.S. presidential candidate is better-equipped to protect Europe's interests with respect to Russia. Let's see if you can guess who favors whom.
-- Andy Heil