The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is an intergovernmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty which was signed on April 4th, 1949. It is a political and military alliance of member countries from Europe and North America that agree to provide military and economic security for each other. NATO makes all of its decisions by consensus and every member country, no matter how large or small, has an equal say.
Yes, but only on the condition that the other member states are required to maintain their budget quotas and armament preparation. The United States should no longer be the primary armer and cash cow for the alliance.
Yes. I believe we should remain in NATO and continue to help one another defend against authoritarianism and fascism. That said, it's been a while, and renegotiating terms should be on the table, and if a consensus can't be met, I see no problem leaving NATO and negotiating on independent terms with the various countries and entities that comprise it. It will sadly be more complicated and time-consuming, but it's important to ensure that nothing like WWII happens again in the world. And I think that is an idea worth pursuing forever.
Yes, however, NATO should deter its efforts from stopping Russian influence and intervention in the Middle East to instead focusing on the growing economic and political power, authoritarianism, and policies of ethnic genocide of China
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