LONDON — European members of NATO need to cooperate more closely in a range of areas, including logistics support, to help rectify the growing imbalance in the contribution provided by the U.S. and Europe, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen argues. Rasmussen makes the case for European alliance members to embrace a concept of “Smart Defense” — effectively spending money more wisely. The goal is to strike a balance between the need for fiscal constraint at a time of budget ...
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