Revitalizing existing U.S. financial tools is crucial to countering China in Europe
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Despite historically sporadic involvement in the Western Balkans, the U.S. signaled a shift in priorities when former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Montenegro and North Macedonia in October.
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Prospects for transatlantic cooperation
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The Lithuanian-Polish-Ukrainian Brigade is preparing to host its first international exercise as the brigade emerges as a fully operational actor in European security.