U.S., Canadian, French military officials agree NATO must change, but funding is limited
NATO, the alliance that stared down the Soviet Union and helped win the Cold War, is struggling to find its way in the 21st century as the U.S. Defense Dept. pursues military transformation while Europe worries about keeping up. But senior military officials from both sides of the Atlantic, who spoke here at an Eisenhower National Security Series panel, agreed the alliance is still needed: "Now more than ever," according to some. But that sentiment may not matter if the technology gap ...
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