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NATO is Losing Patience with One of its Own Members

The organization wants Canada to pony up more cash

Canada has been dodging its commitment to NATO for a decade. It may not be able to hold out for much longer.

Over the past several years, Ottawa has become an outlier among the 32-member alliance. It has failed to hit domestic military spending goals, has fallen short on benchmarks to fund new equipment and has no plans to get there.

It's a stance that has frustrated allies far and wide — from the White House to the halls of Congress to capitals all over Europe.

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