NATO recognizes China ‘challenges’ for the first time
08 December 2019 | 9:14 am
For the first time in NATO's history, the alliance is recognizing the challenges posed by China's rise in a summit declaration. NATO's chief said Beijing's growing military capabilities had "implications for all allies."
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