“It is a political decision, but it is not out of the question that aggression, blatant aggression, in a domain other than conventional warfare might be deemed to be Article Five,” he told .The measure was used for the first time after the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York and Nato has also invoked collective defence over the Ukrainian and Syrian civil wars.
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The critical damage Theresa May wreaked on her chances of winning the election during a disastrous campaign has been laid bare in a poll published by a senior Conservative donor.
A survey by long-standing Tory supporter Lord Michael Ashcroft on 8 June revealed huge numbers of people who voted Labour only made up their minds to do so in the last weeks and days beforehand.
And 57 per cent of those who backed Jeremy Corbyn's party said they made their decision in the last month – indicating the poorly regarded Conservative campaign was a factor in their decision.
In contrast, Conservative voters were more likely to know from the outset which way they were voting, Lord Ashcroft said.
When the treaty was drawn up, Nato’s primary aim was to counter the risk of the Soviet Union expanding through Europe.