NATO’s Future After the Threat it Didn’t See Coming

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NATO, like many of the nations it represents, was caught off guard by the coronavirus pandemic. Concerned about a potential second wave of coronavirus infections, sources told Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine that leaders are working on a new plan to make sure they aren’t caught off guard a second time.

As part of our Expert Briefings series, The Cipher Brief spoke recently with General Philip Breedlove (Ret.), former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, about how COVID-19 has impacted NATO and what strengths and weaknesses have been exposed.

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