How NATO Can Meet the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century

NationalInterest How NATO Can Meet The Challenges Of TwentyFirst Century

Russian president Vladimir Putin’s February attack on Ukraine was a strategic blunder. NATO had already established itself as the most successful and longest-lasting military alliance in modern history. Putin’s invasion has only served to strengthen NATO by rallying an unprecedented post-Cold War consensus within the alliance in favor of military preparedness and a shared commitment to deter aggression against any member.

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