by Victor Davis Hanson
Hoover Institution
February 16, 2012
The role of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization—and America’s participation in it—is now more critical than ever, both to protect a relatively disarmed and insolvent Europe from foreign pressures—but, even more importantly, to help protect twenty-first-century Europeans from themselves.



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