The race to be the next NATO boss is heating up. But it is a race run largely in the dark, with no sign of a winner yet.
Norwegian Jens Stoltenberg, the transatlantic military alliance’s secretary-general, is due to step down at the end of September after nine years in the post.
Many alliance members would like his succession settled at, or even before, a NATO summit in Lithuania in mid-July.
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