NATO, established in 1949 to provide collective security against Soviet aggression, was America’s first peacetime military coalition. And since its creation, NATO has grown to include more countries and engage in other parts of the world, including Afghanistan and Libya. But as priorities and threats change for the United States, has NATO become an obsolete relic of the former Cold War? And is the U.S. just footing the bill for European security? Is collective security against Russia and 21st-century threats keeping America safe? From IntelligenceSquared Debates.
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