Libya mission could be a ‘game changer’ for alliance
BY ALI DURKIN
Less than a year since the completion of NATO’s successful but still controversial Libya mission, the Chicago summit may serve as a venue to discuss both its accomplishments and shortcomings and what they mean for the future of the alliance.
“It is clear that Libya is a precedent for how missions will be carried out in the future and how NATO defines its role as a military organization,” said Graham Paul, the French Consul in Chicago. “We are living in an interconnected era, one in which no country or group of countries is equipped to tackle ever-evolving security threats without input and collaboration from other members of the international community.” → Full Story