Vladimir Putin

NATO to Respond to China’s ‘Coercive Behavior,’ Says Beijing Does Not Share Its Values

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Monday the military alliance plans to toughen its stance toward China, while recognizing the need to work with Beijing on some global issues. Speaking as he arrived in Brussels, Belgium, for a one-day NATO summit, the organization’s chief said: “The message is that, of course, there are opportunities in our relationship with China. For instance, on arms control and climate change we need to talk to China."