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ANALYSIS: NATO nations take aim at 2% spending target

For decades, the United States has been by far the largest contributor to the NATO’s military strength. Its budget dwarfs those of all the other nations added together, and the US has long sought to have its partners pay more towards the cost of the alliance. Now, President Donald Trump has said that if NATO nations want to be assured of US support in a crunch, they have to pay their way.

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