NATO Should Expand Its Focus to Include China, Report Says
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization should devote much more of its time and resources to security threats posed by China even while seeking to deter Russian aggression, a high-level assessment of the alliance’s future says in a report to be made public Tuesday.
The study commissioned by NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg followed criticism last year by French President Emmanuel Macron that the alliance was experiencing “brain death” because of difficulties coordinating among its 30 members and uneven U.S. leadership.
President-elect Joe Biden has vowed to strengthen ties with NATO and U.S. allies.
Wall Street Journal