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Georgia Looks to the NATO Brussels Summit

Since 1949, NATO’s membership has increased from 12 to 29 countries. Successive rounds of NATO enlargement have enhanced international security. Euro-Atlantic integration itself has also continuously fostered reform and ensured the stability necessary for prosperity. In theory, NATO’s door is open to all democracies that share Alliance values, that are willing and able to assume the responsibilities and obligations of membership, and whose inclusion can contribute to the security of the North Atlantic area. However, the growing discrepancies between NATO members call into question the future of its enlargement. What is the message of Georgia prior NATO Brussels Summit?
David Rakviashvili …read more

Source: The German Marshall Fund of the United States

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