Updated strategy, new members, old enemies: NATO summit highlights

On day two of its annual summit, the bloc formally focused its sights on Russia

NATO’s annual summit continued in Madrid on Wednesday, with the leaders of the US-led military bloc agreeing to take on two new members and naming Russia as its number one threat.

China also found a spot on the agenda, as did Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who again petitioned Western leaders for billions of dollars out of their taxpayers’ pockets.

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