NATO Needs to Get Its House in Order to Face a More Dangerous World

Jun 20, 2014

Global Ethics Fellow Roland Paris argues that due to shifts in current world affairs, if NATO political leaders "do not reinvest in both our diplomatic and military capacities today, we will likely pay a much higher price later."The Globe and Mail

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