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FYROM: "We could be a target for Russia"
FYROM Prime Minister Zoran Zaev speaks to Euronews
Juncker seen stumbling before NATO gala dinner, leaders step in to help
The European Commission president has previously revealed that he suffers from sciatica — a leg pain originating in the lower back — that can sometimes affect his movements.
Exclusive: Armenian PM urges NATO to send message to Azerbaijan
"We will stay a close ally of Russia.. We aren’t going to make a U-turn in our foreign policy"
'We will stay a close ally of Russia,' Armenian PM tells Euronews
Nikol Pashinyan speaks during final day of NATO summit in Brussels
NATO: Trump demands more from NATO
US President is due to head over to the UK but not before he made his mark on Brussels. Donald Trump has urged his NATO allies to pledge 4 percent of their GDP towards military spending - double the current target. He also accused Germany of being 'totally controlled' by Russia.
NATO chief warns against isolating Russia
"I think when tensions are high it is even more important to talk to Russia."
Stage set for heated NATO summit in Brussels
Donald Trump expected to renew demands for governments to spend more, amid competing military challenges
Beware fraudsters OLAF's watching
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The EU’s anti-fraud unit (OLAF) has made recommendations to claw back almost 3 billion EUR from
NATO to bolster defences
At the first ever meeting in their new Brussels HQ, NATO will lay out plans to reinforce defences on Europe's eastern flank in the Baltics. The moves are seen as preparations for any eventual Russian attack.
Pompeo meets with NATO in Brussels
Mike Pompeo is in Brussels to meet with NATO officials just hours after becoming US Secretary of State
EU plans to upgrade roads to move armies faster
Plans afoot to make it easier and faster to transport troops and equipment across Europe, in case of conflict
Western powers and NATO rally behind Britain
In this edition of The Brief from Brussels are two reports on the united western response to Russia regarding the spy poisoning case in Britain.
NATO to UK: Count on our solidarity
Secretary general Stoltenberg says, "it's important that we react in a proportional, measured and defensive way".
Munich forum: Divided West undermines its own security
A fractured West is undermining its own security--that's the feeling of many of those attending this year's Munich Conference.
Munich security forum to look at EU global role
As NATO ministers wrap up two days of talks, the 54th Munich Security Conference is set to kick off. This year's focus is on the European Union and its future role as a global actor.
The Brief: Counterterrorism and tax havens
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
EU-NATO push for anti-terror cooperation
As the so-called Islamic State loses ground in the Middle East, NATO defense ministers meeting in Brussels are pushing for closer counterterrorism measures with the European Union.
NATO foreign ministers look to boost security ties with EU
NATO foreign ministers will seek to increase cooperation with the European Union during their two-day meeting in Brussels.
NATO defence ministers mull military build-up
Ministers meet in Brussels to discuss new maritime and logistics commands
Estonia urges EU to do more defence
Estonia, which has taken over the EU presidency, has urged fellow member states to do more on defence.
The Brief from Brussels: NATO chief reveals hike in defence spending
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the top stories from the EU's de-facto political capital
Macedonian PM vows to revive path to EU membership
The Prime Minister of Macedonia has vowed to revive his country’s path to EU membership.
Refurbished nuclear shelters and volunteer armies: EU faces Russian threat
The Insiders team takes an in-depth look at European defence and security in the face of cyber warfare, Russian interventionism and Donald Trump's luke warm support of NATO.
Insiders: European defence
European defence expert Sven Biscop outlines the threats to European interests, explores what the future might hold for old alliances and what this means for our defence policies.
Trump tells NATO members to pay their share
American grumbles that Europeans don’t pay enough for their own defence are nothing new. But there were pained looks across the faces of
NATO to join anti-ISIS coalition, says alliance chief Stoltenberg
NATO leaders are meeting in Brussels today (25th May, 2017) as part of US President Donald Trump’s first foreign trip as commander-in-chief.