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In Africa, NATO Is the Past

In the future, NATO will seek to expand its southern flank to Africa to counter the growing influence of China and Russia. African populations will oppose such an expansion. It behooves NATO strategists to think carefully as they chart their engagement with Africa.

Commentary by Mvemba Phezo Dizolele — July 12, 2024

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Daniel F. Runde
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