What are the prospects of anything concrete emerging from the recent Foreign Ministers meeting at NATO Headquarters in Brussels? Should we anticipate that ministers attending the meeting will be able to build broad international support for any policies that might advance the alliance’s interests in key regions or on important issues? Or should we lower our expectations, given that the meeting comes hot on the heels of a Trump Twitter attack on a key NATO alliance member, namely, UK Prime Minister Theresa May?
|Publication status||Published - 14 Dec 2017|
- U.S. Foreign Policy