RUSI JournalVolume 159Issue 3members only

NATO Renewed: Building the New Transatlantic Strategic Alliance

The Alliance must develop a shared vision that goes beyond considerations of national defence budgets

As the NATO summit in Wales approaches, the US debate about the country’s international strategy becomes more and more relevant, particularly in the light of recent developments in Eastern Europe and discussions about the role of the Atlantic Alliance post Afghanistan. Don Thieme explores some of the most pressing issues dominating this debate and suggests six reasons why the US needs to remain engaged in a renewed NATO.

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