BRUSSELS (NYTIMES) - A high-level look at Nato's next 10 years recommends significant changes to confront the new challenges of an aggressive Russia and a rising China, urging overhauls to fortify the alliance's cohesion and better coordinate with democratic allies around the world. Nato did well boosting military deterrence after the Russian invasion of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea in 2014, the report commissioned by the alliance says. But with a similar challenge to the West arising from an ambitious and authoritarian China, it says the alliance now needs to make similar advances on the political side, including reaching out more consistently to Asian allies anxious about Beijing's...Full Article
Nato needs to adapt quickly to stay relevant for 2030, report urges
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