After Manchester—NATO Must Step Up Counterterror Ops

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On the heels of President Donald Trump’s Middle East tour and the terror attack in Manchester outside of an Ariana Grande concert this week, Trump and his fellow European heads of state are gathering in Brussels for a NATO summit. The Cipher Brief’s Kaitlin Lavinder asked former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Admiral James Stavridis about NATO’s current priorities. Stavridis, who is Dean at The Fletcher School at Tufts University, said the recent Manchester attack will impact the Alliance’s position on fighting terrorism.

The Cipher Brief: Will the Manchester attack change the focus of the NATO heads of state meeting Thursday? How? What’s the way forward for NATO’s involvement in fighting terror?

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