Expert: The upcoming US presidential elections will determine the fate of NATO Expert: The upcoming US presidential elections will determine the fate of NATO

Expert: The upcoming US presidential elections will determine the fate of NATO

Expert: The upcoming US presidential elections will determine the fate of NATO

Professor Timothy Sayle considered that the upcoming presidential elections in the United States may be decisive for NATO and determine its fate.

Sayle, professor of history and director of the International Relations Program at the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy in Toronto, Canada, said in an interview with Newsweek magazine, published on Thursday, that “NATO is in a very strong position today because the allies are concerned and believe that Russia represents a threat to "Their security."

He added, "The allies are paying more to ensure security than before. They are moving troops to NATO's eastern borders. They are reminding their communities of the importance of NATO. And of course we are seeing the addition of new members to NATO."

"NATO has survived for such a long period because one (American) president after another has been defending the alliance and the president is the most important person in determining NATO's future," Salee noted.

He continued: “This therefore raises real questions as to whether NATO will remain, and if the United States elects a president who will decide to withdraw from NATO, this will lead to difficulties for European countries that will be forced to find a new way to ensure their security, whether that assumes the continuation of NATO without the United States or the need to "Finding a completely new way to ensure security."

This came as a comment on the prospects of NATO if Donald Trump is elected President of the United States in the elections that will be held next November, noting that Trump had stated that he does not intend to provide protection to countries that “do not pay the price . ”

A number of observers and former officials in the United States also expressed their concerns about the possibility of Trump making a decision to withdraw from NATO.

This coincides with the 75th anniversary of the founding of NATO, which was created in 1949 amid the Cold War between Western countries and the Soviet Union.

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  1. The upcoming US Presidential election is very crucial.

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    The leader of the Afghan Taliban issues a statement in 7 languages ​​after an audio recording and flogging and stoning of women and men
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    It seems that public opposition within the Taliban is unlikely, but some leaders in the movement have shown dissatisfaction with decisions taken by the leadership, especially the ban on female education.

    Akhundzada, a reclusive leader who rarely leaves the Taliban stronghold in Kandahar province in the south of the country, and never appears in public, has played a major role in imposing restrictions on women and girls, sparking international outrage and isolating the Taliban on the global stage.

    Akhundzada's message was distributed in seven languages, including Uzbek and Turkmen, and is an attempt by the Taliban to court the rich Central Asian countries for investment, and to give legitimacy to the country's rule.

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  4. NATO has survived for such a long period because one (American) president after another has been defending the alliance and the president is the most important person in determining NATO's future," Salee noted.

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  5. A number of observers and former officials in the United States also expressed their concerns about the possibility of Trump making a decision to withdraw from NATO.

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  6. The allies are paying more to ensure security than before

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