NATO updates its Strategic Concept, specifically the systemic challenges posed by the CCP

NATO updated its Strategic Concept on June 29, referring for the first time to the “systemic challenges” that have raised concerns among NATO allies, as well as to the rapidly growing partnership between Communist China and Russia, according to a June 29 report in the World Journal.

According to the report, the CCP (Chinese Communist Party)’s well-known ambitions and coercive policies challenge NATO’s interests, security and values, and the allies will cooperate to address the systemic challenges posed by the CCP to Euro-Atlantic security. Russia and the CCP are developing a strategic partnership, and both are on the forefront of hegemony and opposition to the rules-based international order.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken told a NATO public forum that the CCP is undermining the rules-based international order that the United States believes in, upholds and has helped to build, and that based on this recognition, NATO is united in a strategic concept that describes a blueprint for approaching the world together. For the first time ever, one of the key points of the U.S. and NATO’s strategic concept of “CCP” is to ensure that a rules-based international order is secured and that NATO will stand up if the CCP tries to challenge it one way or another.

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