Stoltenberg in the Financial Times: NATO to confront rising China | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Stoltenberg in the Financial Times: NATO to confront rising China

Countering the security threat from the rise of China will be an important part of Nato’s future rationale, the alliance’s chief has said, marking a significant rethink of the western alliance’s objectives that reflects the US’s geostrategic pivot to Asia.

In an interview with the Financial Times, Nato secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said China was already having an impact on European security through its cyber capabilities, technologies and long-range missiles.

Stoltenberg, who is set to step down next year after almost eight years at the helm of Nato, told the FT:

“China is coming closer to us….We see them in the Arctic. We see them in cyber space. And of course they have more and more high-range weapons that can reach all Nato allied countries.”

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