Scowcroft Center Senior Fellow and NATOSource Director Jorge Benitez writes for Defense News on a potential reform to come out of the NATO summit in Wales: 

In response to Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, NATO leaders are examining the need to enhance the readiness of deployable military forces to reassure allies and deter threats to the alliance. If all members agree, this will be one of the major reforms to come out of the NATO summit in Wales, Sept. 4-5.

Russian President Vladimir Putin used unconventional tactics to seize the Crimea from Ukraine and continues to rely on what has been described as “hybrid warfare” or “ambiguous warfare” to destabilize eastern Ukraine and Odessa.

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