In March, NATO foreign ministers gathered in Brussels for the first time in over a year. The in-person summit featured Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg saying Moscow’s ‘pattern of repressive behavior at home and and aggressive behaviour abroad’ required immediate, collective action. From Crimea to cyberattacks, diplomatic pressure seems to have achieved little in restraining Moscow. So now, NATO’s 30 member states are building their biggest collective defense in a generation. NATO’s banking on the help of a new U.S. President to help get it done! From The Newsmakers.