The future of NATO after Crimea

Some analysts say the crisis in Ukraine has become a symbol of the alliance’s need to return to its roots.

    The political crisis in Ukraine, and what NATO considers the illegal Russian annexation of Crimea, has the alliance stressing why it is still relevant.

    But some analysts say Ukraine has become a symbol of the alliance’s need to return to its roots

    Al Jazeera's Rosiland Jordan looks at the 28-member organisation's current mission and whether it is living up to the goals of its charter.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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