The United States, Canada and their European allies formed Nato at the start of the cold war. Photo EPA-EFE
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Still a need for Nato in a changing world

  • No military alliance has lasted as long and with a focus on consultation and cooperation, it can chart a bright new future

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The United States, Canada and their European allies formed Nato at the start of the cold war. Photo EPA-EFE
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Nato Secretary-General Paul-Henri Spaak reads the final statement of the head of States' Conference at the Palais de Chaillot in Paris in 1957. File photo: AFP

Nato at 70: what’s next?

  • How should it spend its growing resources?
  • What new technologies are needed to counter Russian aggression?
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Nato Secretary-General Paul-Henri Spaak reads the final statement of the head of States' Conference at the Palais de Chaillot in Paris in 1957. File photo: AFP
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