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NATO Plans to Adapt to Authoritarian Pushback Against Rules-Based International Order

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In addressing emerging challenges to the rules-based international order from authoritarian powers like China and Russia, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Friday that the alliance needs to not only improve its internal cooperation, but also broaden its reach to regions such as Asia, Africa, and Latin America. “Russia and China are leading an authoritarian pushback against the rules-based international order,” Stoltenberg said in a keynote address presenting his vision of NATO 2030 at an event held by the Brookings Institution. Challenges posed by Russia include its military build-up from the Arctic to Africa, intimidation of its neighbors, suppression of opposition at home, as well as cyber and hybrid attacks against NATO allies, Stoltenberg said. “NATO does not see China as an adversary,” Stoltenberg said. “There are opportunities to engage with Beijing on issues like trade, climate change, and arms control.” However, China poses also challenges that NATO must recognize, Stoltenberg said. “Beijing …stoltenberg

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