"America is willing to risk war with a nuclear-armed power to protect countries that matter little for U.S. security."
NATO's Article 5 guarantee goes "cyber."
"The alliance should live up to its 2008 promise and keep Georgia on the track to NATO membership."
When NATO leaders meet in Wales, they will face a Catch-22 situation.
NATO's current strategic framework might fail to deter further gains by Russia's green men.
Without fundamental fiscal reform, the economies of the European periphery will be weak and increasingly subject to Teutonic domination.
The "optics"—considering the crisis in Ukraine—make such a move impossible for now.
The crisis in U.S.-Russian relations over Ukraine reopens an important debate. Who was right?
"NATO must show that the eastern edge of the Alliance is not a cliff, beyond which the Alliance is impotent and uncaring."
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