As the alliance’s leaders gather this week, they must recognize that reviving the arms-control agenda is the key to members’ collective defense.
- Adam Thomson
- Project Syndicate
LONDON – Under Donald Trump, NATO was lucky just to stay alive. Indeed, in 2019, French President Emmanuel Macron warned that the alliance was becoming “brain-dead.”
With NATO leaders holding their first in-person meeting with US President Joe Biden this week, America’s allies are breathing a…