NATO summit toasts 70 years. But is it waving or drowning?

  National Post 

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LONDON — There will be plenty of applause when NATO leaders gather in London to celebrate seven decades of the most successful military alliance in history. But with a French president who calls it “brain dead,” a Turkish leader who is attacking U.S. allies and buying Russian weapons, and an American president who questions the […]

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