Albanese shouldn’t make ‘too many commitments’ at NATO summit in Madrid


ANU Strategic and Defence Studies Centre’s Professor Paul Dibb says the trick for Prime Minister Anthony Albanese when he heads to the NATO summit in Madrid is to not be “over-awed” and “make too many commitments”.

Professor Dibb told Sky News Australia, “it’s going to be a huge summit”.

“Something like 37 members of NATO, the Prime Minister of Japan, the Prime Minister of South Korea, and I think senior observers from Sweden and Finland, who, as you know, are applying to join NATO,” he said.

He said he thinks Mr Albanese should make “strong diplomatic commitments” and…



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