Skepticism runs deep at NATO as Pompeo meets with allies

Many Europeans are worried that the United States is no longer willing to exercise its leadership in NATO and that the alliance is growing obsolete.
Parsley soup with carrots and buttermilk (Mark Duggan for The Post)
Parsley soup with carrots and buttermilk (Mark Duggan for The Post)
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