An alliance, if you can keep it: NATO meets in shadow of Russia-Ukraine war,

President Joe Biden and lawmakers from both parties are bringing an urgent objective to this week’s wartime NATO summit: Keep weapons and money flowing to Ukraine for many more arduous months of its battle with Russia.

Political headwinds back home started complicating that goal even before the U.S. delegation was set to arrive in Spain’s capital. Pressed by domestic economic challenges and a desire to see European nations contribute more to Ukraine’s defense, U.S. lawmakers appear more wary of committing further military aid for Ukraine or slapping new sanctions on Russia — alarming Kyiv and eastern flank allies who fear war fatigue setting in among the West. Läs artikel