On April 19, Emma Ashford was quoted in Foreign Affairs along with Christopher Preble and others on the question of whether NATO enlargement was a mistake.

“The end of the Cold War and the collapse of the Soviet Union should have precipitated a shift to a new security architecture for Europe. Instead, the U.S. government pushed NATO enlargement, discouraged European strategic autonomy, and thwarted better transatlantic burden sharing,” Preble argued.

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