Build on Nato unity or lose it

Global performance: Biden can take a victory lap for putting (potential) muscle behind his warning to Putin in Madrid, says the writer. – Bloomberg

WHEN it comes to the Nato summit and President Joe Biden’s performance as global leader, there’s the good news and the bad news.

Confronted with the dangerous ambitions of Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping, Nato or the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation appeared more unified than at any time since the Cold War. In fact, Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine has effectively revived the Cold War.

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