In the face of one of the most serious crises since the end of the Cold War, NATO leaders are meeting in Madrid, the capital of Spain, for a historic summit. The evolution of geopolitical equilibria and the perception of the threat after the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, will be at the center of the summit, which will commence today and last 3 days.
NATO, which French President Emmanuel Macron described as “brain dead” in 2019, seems to have increased its vital signs after Russia’s invasion.
At the beginning of this stimulus package is the plan announced by NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. Earlier this week to transform the Response Force and increase the number of troops ready for rapid intervention from 40,000 to 300,000.
The expansion of NATO, of which 30 countries are still members, is on the agenda as well.