June 24, 2014
Europe Needs to Get Serious About Defense
Zachary Keck, The National Interest
The Associated Press
America has spent the better part of the post–Cold War era urging its European allies to spend more on their militaries. Still, Britain and Greece are the only NATO members (besides the United States) that spend at least 2 percent of their GDPs on defense, which is the minimum amount the alliance allegedly requires.