LONDON – NATO has set into motion a series of steps to realize its vision to expand missile defenses to protect member states. The move, long pushed by the U.S. and NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, would see the alliance’s current focus of protecting only deployed forces grow to include coverage of members’ territories. But the move, decided during the meeting of NATO heads of state on Nov. 19-20 during their summit in Lisbon, stops short of committing funding to implement ...
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