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Dunford: Leaders Mull First NATO Strategy In Decades

Friday, May 31, 2019   (0 Comments)

By Paul Mcleary  |  May 30, 2019  |  Breaking Defense

 

Katie Wheelbarger, the acting assistant Defense secretary for international security affairs, said Thursday that “Russia’s great power status still remains largely aspirational.”

WASHINGTON: Despite Russian efforts to talk up their military modernization efforts and increasing ability to influence events far from its own borders, “Russia’s great power status still remains largely aspirational,” a top Pentagon official said Thursday.

That assessment by Katie Wheelbarger, the acting assistant Defense secretary for international security affairs, comes a day after other US officials warned Russia and China appear to have the capacity to restart nuclear testing. They remained vague, however, as to whether or not the think the two countries are actually doing so. READ MORE...


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