The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was created when the world was divided between the influence of two super-powers – the United States and the Soviet Union.
Since the fall of the Berlin wall, NATO is adjusting to a new reality in Europe and, more recently, to a new leadership in Washington. The United States was instrumental in creating an enduring defense alliance but has also been testing it under Donald Trump.
CGTN’s Owen Fairclough reports.
- Cecile Shea is a nonresident senior fellow at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.
- James Carden is a contributing writer for foreign affairs at The Nation magazine.
- Marko Mihkelson is the head of the Estonian delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
- Alexander Nekrassov is a former advisor to the Kremlin.
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