Former Supreme Allied Commanders Europe on NATO's Defense Strategy
Former NATO Supreme Allied commanders, retired Generals Wesley Clark and Philip Breedlove, joined the Atlantic Council for a virtual discussion on NATO’s defense strategy, with a heavy focus on the increasing escalation between Ukraine and Russia. Though they said Russia’s troop presence and military exercises on the Ukrainian border point to possible military aggression, it was important for the United States and its NATO allies to remain a unified front. close
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