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Washington hopes the Bongbong Marcos government will allow it to use runways in the Philippines in the case of an armed conflict with China.
Poland and Estonia are planning to push the alliance to raise its defense spending benchmark this year to at least 2.5 percent of GDP.
Beijing’s growing influence in Kathmandu has prompted high-level diplomacy from Washington.