How to Stand Up to the Kremlin - Defending Democracy Against Its Enemies

During the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union faced off in an existential struggle between two antithetical systems. Either the Soviet bloc would “bury” the West, as Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev threatened in 1956, or Western principles of democratic accountability, individual rights, and the rule of law would triumph over Soviet totalitarianism. The eventual outcome—the demise of the Soviet system and the expansion of the U.S.-led international order—showed that military power is essential to American national security but also that the United States must advance its goals through the quiet resilience of democratic institutions and the attractive pull of alliances.

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Šormaz: Srbija ima koristi od saradnje s NATO-om

Poslanik SNS Dragan Šormaz kaže da je poseta članova Predsedništva BiH korisna, jer Srbija i na ovaj način pokazuje da vodi otvorenu politiku prema svima. Izjave poput onih Bakira Izetbegovića, Šormaz vidi kao stvari za unutrašnju upotrebu. Dodaje da je saradnja s NATO-om odlična, i da ta organizacija poštuje politiku vojne neutralnosti Srbije.

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NATO, EU deal could quicken US Army convoys in Europe

STUTTGART, Germany — Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will meet Tuesday with allies in Brussels, where NATO is coordinating efforts to loosen regulations that slow down the transit of military convoys across Europe.

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Report Urges Permanent US Military Presence in Balkans

The Washington-based Atlantic Council is calling for a permanent American military presence in the Balkans to stabilize southeastern Europe amid increased Russian efforts to exert political influence across the region.

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