The world is more dangerous today than it has been in a generation, secretary general of NATO, Jens Stoltenberg told The Guardian.
According to him, the sheer number of converging threats was making the world increasingly perilous.
Asked in a Guardian interview whether he had known a more dangerous time in his 30-year career, Stoltenberg said: “It is more unpredictable, and it’s more difficult because we have so many challenges at the same time.
“We have proliferation of weapons of mass destruction in North Korea, we have terrorists, instability, and we have a more assertive Russia,”
Stoltenberg said during a break from visiting British troops stationed in Estonia. “It is a more dangerous world.”