"The Hill": Signs of NATO's collapse are increasing due to the Ukraine crisis

2 October, 2022
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"The Hill": Signs of NATO's collapse are increasing due to the Ukraine crisis

The British newspaper "The Hill" published a report, in which it revealed that there are real signs of the collapse of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), due to Ukraine.


"Economic turmoil is sweeping through the Alliance, leading to political instability, as well as continuing fissures in NATO over Ukraine," said the report, written by William Moloney.


 “As an example of the breakdown of this unity, Turkey’s position that prevents Sweden and Finland, until 2023, from joining NATO,” and “the issue of Ukrainian grain export to Europe deserves attention,” the report added.


 "Ukraine began exporting large quantities of grain to Europe at discounted prices, which angered European farmers, and later led to street protests," the report explained.


 "Europeans remember how the Biden administration did not consult with NATO partners before the sudden withdrawal from Afghanistan," according to the author.


The author believes that "this also contributed to increasing concerns about the predictability and unreliability of the United States as an ally."


According to the report, NATO observers have also noted that "over the past twenty years, beginning with the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, the alliance has not been united on matters of war and peace."


 "What increases the seriousness of the current challenges facing NATO is the energy crisis, especially after Europe's loss of Russian energy resources, on which Europe was highly dependent," the author adds.


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