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Yes, and refusing to defend other NATO countries sets a dangerous precedent for the balance of global power
No, we should not defend any NATO country that spends less than 2% of their GDP on military defense
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Yes, however, we should sanction and/or threaten to take away their membership to countries that are free riding the NATO alliance. 4 years ago from a Socialist in Santee, CA
Yes, upon the condition that a lien (of sorts...) is placed on that country, resulting in a gained equitable interest to the People of the U.S. Maybe even going to so far as being a fund of mutual benefit, to the US and the country being protected. This... 4 years ago from a Socialist in Plymouth, MN