EU, NATO getting closer: Good news?

They face the threat of ‘hybrid warfare,’ or what NATO calls conflicts involving ‘multilayered efforts to destabilize a functioning state and polarize its society.’

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NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg greets EU High Representative for Foreign Policy Federica Mogherini at the EU foreign affairs council on Nov. 18.
Pascal Desbiens
Published: Tuesday, 12/02/2014 1:17 am EST
Last Updated: Tuesday, 12/02/2014 8:22 pm EST

The North Atlantic Council foreign ministers are set to meet at NATO headquarters in Brussels today, and, once again, Ukraine is slated to be discussed. The ministers are expected to agree on NATO’s continued presence in the eastern part of the alliance’s territory, and strong political and practical support for Ukraine.

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