(an NY times summary of it http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/12/world/europe/russia-trump-election-cia-fbi.html?_r=0) And I am Norwegian. Our population is 5 million by now, which makes for a rather small army. Hell, the full Russian military is the size of half our entire population. One soldier per two Norwegians. Our military infrastructure is entirely based on mountainous terrain though, it's the only thing we have on our side. Even in WW2, compared to most European invasions, Norway took a long time to fully control, all due to terrain. We hadn't even fully mobilized, at that, and from the start, many military units saw resistance as futile. Had they put "all in", the Germans would have been bogged down in the freezing mountains for much longer. We would - most likely - have to surrender eventually though. Like I said, small country, not a lot we can do against a super-power, at the end of the day.