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China Threat Rises to NATO’s Agenda

Apr 03, 2019

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is putting new attention on potential security threats from China, a challenge for an alliance whose members have conflicting attitudes about Beijing.

After five years focused on Russia, NATO ministers this week hold their first formal discussion on a perceived threat from China that ranges from the Arctic Circle to members’ own communication networks.

The U.S. has flagged Chinese investments in European infrastructure and pressed allies—largely unsuccessfully—to join its effective blacklisting of Huawei Technologies Co. over concerns that Beijing could force the company to spy or disrupt communications.


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