With its track record, NATO’s 70th anniversary should be a muted celebration
There have been a few wins, but over the past seven decades, NATO has had a less-than-stellar record as a purveyor of world peace.
Lt.-Gen. Mike Rouleau, commander of Canadian Joint Operations Command, speaks to Joint Task Force-Iraq members during a November town hall meeting. Canada is leading the NATO training mission in Iraq because of its success in Afghanistan, Scott Taylor writes. Photograph courtesy of the Department of National Defence