NATO top brass agree to recommend changes in alliance

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, US Gen. Joseph F. Dunford, center, and British Gen. Sir Nicholas Houghton, second left, participate in a meeting of NATO's Military Committee at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016. In a one day meeting, NATO chiefs of defense will discuss issues of strategic importance to the Alliance ahead of the forthcoming Defense Ministers’ meeting in February. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo)BRUSSELS (AP) — Top NATO brass on Thursday agreed on changes to recommend in the alliance's force posture and decision-making procedures to better deal with a more aggressive Russia and other evolving security threats.


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