Afghanistan Is a Wake-Up Call for ‘Major Non-NATO Allies’

Aug 14, 2021

From Afghanistan to Hungary, there is confusion about what an alliance with the United States means and what steps America should take on behalf of those considered allies. In this article for The National Interest, Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev argues that there should not be any doubt about America's commitments, especially with great power competitors more prepared to test any ambiguity.

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