Edition 144

NATO Retrenchment at Two Years: Not Working

By Michael Cecire

Dec. 1, 2016

Expansion—not retrenchment—is the more dynamic and flexible instrument for Euro-Atlantic security.

NATO Retrenchment at Two Years: Not Working

Expansion—not retrenchment—is the more dynamic and flexible instrument for Euro-Atlantic security.


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