Prime Minister Theresa May's Downing Street office played down another of Williamson's suggestions, to deploy Britain's new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, in a challenge to China in the Pacific.
"NATO has to develop opportunities to deal with the provocations Russian Federation carries out against us".
According to him, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation needs to develop the ability to cope with the provocations of Moscow.
Defending interventionist policy, he will say the cost of failing to act in global crises had often been "unacceptably high", and that Western powers can not "walk on by when others are in need".
"Russia is resurgent - rebuilding its military arsenal to bring the independent countries of the former Soviet Union like Georgia and Ukraine back into its orbit".
He highlighted a "resurgent" Russian Federation and China's development of "its modern military capability and its commercial power".
To illustrate expand its overseas military presence, the Kingdom, will send the aircraft carrier Queen Elizabeth with British and American fighters F-35 in the Mediterranean and in the Pacific.
The defence secretary said the government is invoking a "Global Britain" mantra which must involve "action to oppose those who flout worldwide law".
He will claim that the cost of non-interventions has often been "unacceptably high" and argue that Western powers can not ignore those in need as "to talk but fail to act risks our nation being seen as little more than a paper tiger". "Enhancing the reach and lethality of our forces (and) reinforcing the fact that United States remains the very closest of partners", Williamson said.