Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recent comments that during his presidency America would only come to the aid of its Baltic NATO allies if they were deemed to have “fulfilled their obligations” to the U.S. turned heads not only in the U.S. but also in Europe. His comments puts a well-deserved spotlight on the serious and long-standing problem of defense burden-sharing between America and its European friends and allies. And Trump is far from the first ...

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