It is important to preserve the rules-based order in the West
I write in reference to Rashmee Roshan Lall’s article Amid preparations for Nato’s 70th anniversary summit, no one seems sure about where Europe should be heading (November 26): it is troubling to read about people questioning the wisdom of the formation of organisations such as the European Union and Nato.
These are blocs that were created after the end of the Second World War in order to build and preserve a rules-based international order.
These collaborations are being given another look by present-day leaders with no credible alternative solutions at their disposal. I just hope better sense prevails among politicians and organisations like the EU and Nato are preserved. K Ragavan, Bengaluru