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Just a few short weeks ago, NATO was expecting the Washington summit to be a celebration of the 75th anniversary of the founding of the alliance. The summit was to be a show of “unity” in support of Ukraine, standing shoulder to shoulder in the face of “Russian aggression.” Now, NATO leaders are reported to be fretting about Biden’s health, and the political upheavals rocking Europe.

Behind the scenes, The Associated Press reported yesterday that “a dominant topic will be preparing for possible division, as the power of far-right forces unfriendly to NATO grows in the U.S. and other countries including France, raising concerns about how strong support will stay for the alliance and the military aid that its members send to Ukraine.”

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