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NATO: Assessing the Alliance’s Counter-Terrorism Efforts

Hajnalka Vincze

NATO’s counter-terrorism efforts have been the focus of much attention in recent months. Faced with a U.S. ultimatum that Washington might “moderate its commitment” to the Alliance, member states have sought ways to demonstrate that the organization plays a significant part in global counter-terrorism efforts and that it could do even more.

However, although the Alliance has a role — one recognized, to the relief of Europeans, by President Donald Trump when he declared NATO “no longer obsolete” — it is one constrained by political boundaries and limitations that are unlikely to fall away anytime soon.

See the full text in The Jamestown Foundation's Terrorism Monitor, Vol.15 Issue 8.

Credit photo: NATO




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