NATO Summit Country Briefs

PRESIDENT TRUMP:  Italy is also a key partner in the fight against terrorism.

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The Alliance is at a crossroads and faces multiple challenges in and around Europe. In view of these challenges, a strong transatlantic bond is key!

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Russia is currently riding high on the geostrategic landscape, despite a trove of domestic economic woes that stem partly from Western sanctions.

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NATO Allies have just agreed on a defence capacity building package for Iraq. It will help strengthen the country's security and defence sector by providing support in areas where NATO is best-placed to add value.

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In the coming decades, it is likely that the maritime domain will become increasingly congested and competitive.

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We have just published the Allies' defence spending figures for 2014, and we have also published estimates for 2015.

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Explanation and analysis of changes in the Alliance after the NATO summit in Wales.

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Octavian Manea: In a Europe where the use of limited war becomes more and more a tool of choice, are the decisions taken in Wales – like the creation of super-rapid reaction force – appropriate to reassure the Eastern Flank?

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President Barack Obama:  this is a challenging and important time for NATO, and we are very lucky to have General Secretary Stoltenberg at the helm during this time.

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Only two of Nato's six biggest defence spenders — the US and France — will fulfil a pledge to protect military budgets made at the alliance's summit five months ago.

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