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A key tenet is that an attack on any alliance member is considered an attack on all. Trump called the alliance ?very important? in an interview in January, and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said Trump was ?100 percent behind NATO? after their January meeting in Washington. Trump has repeatedly questioned the value of NATO, the military alliance forged in 1949 as the cornerstone of the West?s defense, which he has referred to as obsolete. During a call on Sunday with Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Trump agreed to join in a meeting of NATO leaders in late May and discussed the potential for ?a peaceful resolution of the conflict along the Ukranian border,? according to the readout. NATO was established after World War II to protect western democracies against the Soviet Union.

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