‘NATO needs to be there with America’
Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev’s presence at the Warsaw Summit proves Azerbaijan’s importance.
Troops are being used in an ‘offensive’ manner
‘If these terrorists succeed in regaining areas and camps where they can train and plot, they will attempt more attacks against us’
Missile defense can counter threats while leaving diplomatic options open.
Europe may be building one in the future
‘Thing I worry about the most right now is freedom of movement’
Deployment of new nukes ‘inevitable’
A lot of money is going to forces that don’t even exist
When looked at in total, the U.S. deterrent force has many multiple strengths but also weaknesses.
Committed to Black Sea security and to raising its defense spending to 2 percent of GDP, Romania is in it for the long haul.
NATO cannot find a fourth member country willing to supply a fourth battalion to deter Russia in Eastern Europe.
‘Russia has charted a dangerous course that, if it is allowed to continue, may lead inexorably to a clash with NATO’
‘Resurget Russia’ poses major threat
Three new divisions to be created
First NATO-Russia meeting to take place in two years Wednesday
Robert Taft and Dwight Eisenhower were both skeptical of the pan-Atlantic institution