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NATO and the China Challenge

NATO and the China Challenge

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Liselotte Odgaard.
New Zealand Is Getting Closer to NATO

New Zealand Is Getting Closer to NATO

By Geoffrey Miller
The Hipkins government is continuing to deepen Wellington’s ties with NATO. What will that mean for relations with China?

The Problem With European Militaries’ Indo-Pacific Push

The Problem With European Militaries’ Indo-Pacific Push

By Rupert Schulenburg
The best way Europe can support the U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy is by shoring up European security – and freeing the U.S. to focus on providing security in the Indo-Pacific.

NATO Chief Wants More Indo-Pacific ‘Friends’ as Russia, China Move Closer

NATO Chief Wants More Indo-Pacific ‘Friends’ as Russia, China Move Closer

By Mari Yamaguchi and Haruka Nuga
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg is visiting Japan and South Korea this week, part of a push to solidify NATO's ties with Indo-Pacific countries.

NATO’s China Challenge

NATO’s China Challenge

By Michael Trinkwalder
Despite, or rather because of, the Russia-Ukraine War, the West finally appears willing to take on the challenge of a rising China – perhaps even in the Indo-Pacific.
Will New Zealand Provide Lethal Aid to Ukraine?

Will New Zealand Provide Lethal Aid to Ukraine?

By Geoffrey Miller
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her government are struggling to defend their reluctance to provide weapons amid growing pressure at home and abroad.

Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Could Overturn the Strategic Balance in Central Asia, Too

Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Could Overturn the Strategic Balance in Central Asia, Too

By Nima Khorrami
Putin’s push for restoring Moscow’s past glories could very well bring about its further demise: not just in Europe but also in Central Asia. 
NATO Shouldn’t Try to Do Too Much on China

NATO Shouldn’t Try to Do Too Much on China

By Henrik Larsen
NATO’s China policy must focus on core business.

NATO Huddles With Asia-Pacific Democracies to Talk China

NATO Huddles With Asia-Pacific Democracies to Talk China

By Shannon Tiezzi
NATO members, along with Australia, Japan, New Zealand, and South Korea, gathered virtually to discuss the rise of China.

NATO Needs a China Policy

NATO Needs a China Policy

By Helena Legarda and Meia Nouwens
NATO needs a coordinated and comprehensive strategy to deal with an ever-more confident China.

Thinking the Unthinkable: Central Europe at War With North Korea

Thinking the Unthinkable: Central Europe at War With North Korea

By Tomáš A. Nagy
The “soft” and “light” military capabilities of Central European armies could come in handy if war erupts on the Peninsula.
Second Korean War: Would NATO Invoke Article 5?

Second Korean War: Would NATO Invoke Article 5?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Is it time to think through the implications for NATO if war were to break out on the Korean Peninsula?

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