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Daily Caller: This Is How NATO Pays The Bills
NATO has 28 member states and many bills to pay, which are mostly footed by the U.S.
Historically, NATO operated according to the recommendation that its member states should spend 2 percent of their GDP on defense spending. Unfortunately, only five member states — America, the United Kingdom, Greece, Estonia and Poland — meet the requirement for ensuring their own and fellow allies’ safety.
Another way of measuring how much NATO members contribute is by looking at defense spending per capita. The innovative metric was developed by Robbie Gramer at The Atlantic Council.
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WNU Editor: Everything always comes down to the money.