Is Donald Trump right? US military should be permanently stationed in Eastern Europe to protect NATO from Russia, allies argue

Press quote (Newsweek)
13 November 2018

“If you look in the cyber arena, laying aside the disinformation operations, if you look at the traditional cyber attacks that we worry about, the attacks on our national critical infrastructure and so on, a lot of the tools you would need to deal with some of these things are not NATO tools, they are the kinds of tools the EU has or is developing, to deal with the resilience of electrical grids that stretch across Europe and so on,” said Ian Bond, director of foreign policy at the Centre for European Reform.

“One of the things that NATO and EU members have to grapple with is how do we get the two working together more closely. We now have in excess of 70 common actions that NATO and the EU are working on together, but we still have a long way to go before the two are working together rather seamlessly,” Bond continued.