The NATO Summit in Vilnius is a crossroads for the West. Not only is Ukraine’s potential membership on the agenda but so is the potential to widen NATO’s ambit to include nations in the Indo-Pacific, such as Australia. A globally networked NATO, doing what the UN has failed to do, is the world’s best hope for peace.
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