What to expect at next month’s NATO leaders’ summit
By Andrew RasiulisJun. 8, 2016
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This July, a NATO summit is set to take place in Warsaw, Poland. Sixty-one years prior, in May 1955, this same city was the site of the inauguration of the Soviet-backed Warsaw Pact Organization (WPO).
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