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What lies ahead for NATO?

28.11.2019 15:38
Will NATO go out of area or out of business? Ahead of NATO's anniversary summit in London next week, we take a look at the challenges ahead from the Polish and European perspective.
  • NATO at 70 - Will NATO go out of area or out of business?
The flag of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
The flag of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).Pixabay License. Image by Clker-Free-Vector-Images from Pixabay

Diplomats and NATO officers have slammed “arrogant and astounding” comments by the French president, who said the military alliance was experiencing “brain death”.

In an interview with British weekly The EconomistEmmanuel Macron said that NATO lacked coordination and suffered from US unpredictability under President Donald Trump.

Danuta Isler spoke to Janusz Onyszkiewicz, a Polish former defence minister, about his take on the future of the alliance.