Nato’s big challenge is not China, but how to keep the transatlantic alliance alive

//Nato’s big challenge is not China, but how to keep the transatlantic alliance alive

Nato’s big challenge is not China, but how to keep the transatlantic alliance alive

China has never before been a key conversation topic for Nato. Therefore it is interesting to see how, at the 70th anniversary celebration of the transatlantic security alliance in Washington in early April, China’s rise was reportedly discussed for the first time by the foreign ministers of Nato member states. In his opening remarks, US Vice-President Mike Pence said: “Perhaps the greatest challenge Nato will face in the coming decades is how we must all adjust to the rise of the People’s…

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