Anthony Tucker-Jones reports on a reinvigorated alliance forced to confront Russian expansionism and Islamic militants
President Obma came away from September’s Nato Summit in Wales saying, “I leave here confident that Nato allies and partners are prepared to join in a broad, international effort to combat the threat posed by the Islamic State of Iraq (ISIS).” In contrast, Prime Minister Cameron struck a more cautionary note. “We will proceed carefully and methodically,” he said. Within weeks, the US had stepped up its airstrikes in Iraq and launched its very first raids into Syria.
The Nato summit finally . . .