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NATO at 70

Address to the United States Congress by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg
Large Majorities in Both Parties Say NATO is Good for the U.S., Pew Research Center
NATO at 70: A Strategic Partnership for the 21st Century, Karen Donfried, Statement before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
NATO at 70: A Strategic Partnership for the 21st Century, Ian Brzezinski, Statement before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
NATO at 70: New Challenges and Opportunities, Hearing of the U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs with Gen. James L. Jones (USMC, ret.), Evelyn Farkas and Damon Wilson
Nato at 70: Europe fears tensions will outlast Trump, Michael Peel and Aime Williams, Financial Times
Innovation and Security: Adapting to Hybrid Threats and Emerging Technologies, MSC/ACUS/GMF et. al
Turkey’s Role in NATO and Regional Security Challenges, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Turkey, MSC/ACUS/GMF et. al
Russia Resurgent: Deterrence and Dialogue after the INF Treaty, MSC/ACUS/GMF et. al
Enlarging Security in the Neighborhood, MSC/ACUS/GMF et. al
What Makes an Ally? Finland and Sweden as NATO Partners, Anna Wieslander, Atlantic Council
The West Takes NATO for Granted. One Country Still Wants In, Neil Hauer, The Atlantic
NATO at 70: Where next? James Stavridis, Nathalie Tocci, Alexander Vershbow, George Robertson, Julianne Smith, Ulrich Spech, Camille Grand, Tomas Valacheck, Sophia Besch, Politico
NATO at 80, Madeleine K. Albright, MSC/ACUS/GMF

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