Quentin Peel in London, FT.com
Afghanistan is grabbing all the headlines within the Nato alliance these days – understandably. That is where Nato troops are engaged in their first expeditionary war. It is where soldiers are dying. It is where the outcome is still in grave doubt.
Yet behind the great debate on whether the US and its allies should send thousands more troops to contain what may be an unwinnable war is an even bigger question: what is Nato for?
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