NATO leaders will meet face to face in Brussels on Thursday. They’ll discuss what more it can do to support Ukraine, short of direct involvement or imposing a no-fly zone. Russia’s attack has provided a wake-up call throughout the Alliance. Member states are boosting their defence budgets, reinforcements are being deployed, and non-members are thinking of joining. Some want to do more to help Ukraine, but all realise NATO now faces a new long-term challenge. Simon McGregor-Wood has more.
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