In Brussels, President Trump vows that, together, the NATO Allies will vanquish terrorism and says all Allies should contribute their fair share to NATO.
Leaders of the 28 countries that make up NATO will meet in Brussels on May 25. Learn about the Alliance and how it works.
President Trump's objectives at the NATO meeting in Brussels include investment in the collective defense and stepping up the fight against terrorism.
President Trump joins a long line of American leaders who have pledged to uphold the U.S. commitment to NATO. It began when NATO was created.
Young Europeans gather at centers in several countries to talk with a NATO expert on the 28-nation military and civil alliance.
NATO membership has its benefits, like a general rise in GDP, but it requires a shared belief in democracy, a free economy and a unanimous vote.
President Obama says NATO is the only way to maintain the collective self-defense that has been the hallmark of peace and prosperity for many decades.