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A behind-the-scenes look at the NATO protests from the front lines.

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Our Chicago Tonight team covered the NATO protests live on Sunday. See the protests in our extensive slideshow.

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Joel Weisman

Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists take a Week in Review look at Chicago's NATO summit.

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The Latvian ambassador to the U.S. tells us why he thinks NATO matters in this 21st century world order.

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As the NATO summit draws increasingly closer, Chicagoans are preparing for an influx of people traveling to protest the international gathering.

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NATO protesters get dirty at a rally Thursday afternoon, while some accuse Chicago Police of misconduct. We have the latest.

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More than 40 government agencies are ready to respond to any disruptions this weekend. We take a look at the secret communications center that will be keeping watch over the city during the NATO summit.

Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic

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Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic

NATO's Assistant Secretary General, Ambassador Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, joins us to talk about what diplomacy and security issues will be discussed during the summit.

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In three days, the largest NATO summit in history will be held in Chicago. Defense funding, Afghanistan, and new partnerships will be at the top of the agenda. We look at what the alliance hopes to accomplish this weekend. 

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Metra, Amtrak, and the CTA are one day closer to implementing strict NATO security measures. Find out how it will impact your commute.

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As Mayor Rahm Emanuel continues to stress the importance of the NATO summit to Chicago, some subtle hints that a major event is coming start appearing downtown. We tell you what they are.

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Why is Chicago hosting the NATO summit? Who stands to benefit? What are the stakes if things go awry between protesters and police? Carol Marin and her guests have answers.

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Clowns -- that's right, clowns -- are coming to Chicago this week to protest the "absurdity" of NATO.

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The city of Chicago has approved a permit for what's thought to be the largest anti-NATO rally being held by the Coalition Against NATO/G8 War & Poverty Agenda (CAN-G8.) Ash-har Quraishi has the latest.

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Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai; Image credit: World Economic Forum / flickr

Ten years into the war in Afghanistan, NATO is strapped for cash and still has 100,000 troops left in the country. After this, will the alliance attempt regime change again? We look at where NATO's been and where it's going.

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The city may be saying that it's business as usual during the NATO summit -- but that's not what some downtown businesses are expecting. Find out why the gathering of world leaders is already causing a revenue drop in the Loop.