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Securing the Future: Reflecting on 75 years of NATO

At the upcoming Washington, DC Summit, NATO will welcome Sweden and Finland as the Alliance’s newest members. While the alliance grows stronger with these additions, the public perception of NATO has never been weaker amongst US citizens. Against the backdrop of war in Ukraine and a looming US presidential election, strengthening America’s transatlantic alliances is more needed than ever. With this in mind, the McCain Institute at Arizona State University is pleased to host a public discussion in Phoenix, AZ on the importance of the NATO alliance and how it will continue to shape the transatlantic partnership. This event will take place on June 24 at [Insert time] on Arizona State University Campus at [Insert address]. Our namesake, Senator John S. McCain was NATO’s most ardent advocate and treasured his long and constructive diplomatic relationships with many member states of the alliance. In light of the upcoming Washington Summit and in continuation of the Senator’s legacy, the Institute has made it a priority to highlight NATO’s historic anniversary and the alliance’s long history of defending democracy and freedom across the globe. This event will be a part of the official civil society engagement for the NATO summit, led by CNAS.

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