As Montenegro Looks to NATO, Anxiety Grows Over Future US Commitment

November 11, 2016 01:44 PM
Embed
This program will begin at
This program has ended and is being processed for playback.

As America's European allies try to figure out their future relationships with Washington under President-elect Donald Trump, analysts say NATO and Russia are involved in an increasingly tense battle for influence in the Balkan states. Montenegro - formerly part of Serbia until declaring independence in 2006 - is about to join the NATO alliance. But, as Henry Ridgwell reports, there is increasing anxiety over the U.S. commitment to the core principle of collective defense.