The National Interest: "Why NATO Must Transform for the Twenty-First Century"

Oct 12, 2021

"The AUKUS deal and the Franco-Greek pact point to what is likely to be the defining characteristic of [NATO] in the mid-2020s, not a mighty coalition of thirty states but a toolbox," writes Senior Fellow Nikolas K. Gvosdev in "Why NATO Must Transform for the Twenty-First Century" for The National Interest.

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