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NATO’s Most Urgent Pledge Isn’t 2%-of-GDP—It’s Better Cyber Defense
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NATO’s Most Urgent Pledge Isn’t 2%-of-GDP—It’s Better Cyber Defense

Sorin Ducaru

It’s no surprise that NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and U.S. President Donald Trump spent much of their recent White House meeting talking about boosting alliance members’ spending; that’s been a focus of Trump’s since the campaign trail, and a target of NATO members since 2014. But it’s not the only, nor the most recent and urgent of the alliance’s pledges. That would be the two-year-old Cyber Defense Pledge.

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