Reflections on Art. 5 of the NATO Treaty. Poland between Russia and Germany in autumn 2021

Earlier this month, I participated in a debate at a fairly large event, which is the annual Warsaw Security Forum. The debate concerned the shape of the new strategic concept of the North Atlantic Alliance, which would be a document navigating us through increasingly turbulent times. Apart from the moderator and me, the debate was attended by representatives of the NATO bureaucracy and a very famous expert-analyst of international affairs from Germany. In the course of this discussion, something became clear to me and it was ultimately a very sad observation.

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