More countries will try to join NATO after the war: former U.S. ambassador

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CBC News published this video item, entitled “More countries will try to join NATO after the war: former U.S. ambassador” – below is their description.

Rosemary Barton Live speaks with former U.S. ambassador to NATO Kurt Volker about Finland and Sweden’s historic applications to join the alliance, as well as how this expansion is a direct response to Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

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