The last survivor of the Cold War

By Augusto Zamora R. (for Safe Democracy)

Augusto Zamora R. says that even though no government will admit it, there are two things that continue maintaining the life of NATO: one, to serve the strategic interests of Washington in Europe, and two, to continue existing as the vehicle to combat the Russian enemy. In this context, the European Union presents a divide between the pro-European Europe and pro-NATO Europe. The Soviet Union disappeared as did the Warsaw Pact, thus it would be logical for NATO to do the same. But the opposite happened. The question is: What purpose can the Atlantic Organization have today?

Augusto Zamora R. is a professor of International Law and International Relations at the Aut