"Everyone's lives will be better off under tax reform, because of the tax relief that families' get, because of the higher paychecks, because we have a stronger economy, and again, this is also about bringing jobs back from overseas."
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman
"I believe that here, today, many different people have jointly made a historic step for a fair, just and free Hungary."
"The EU withdrawal bill is making good progress. We're on course to deliver Brexit. We're on course to deliver on the vote of the British people."
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
"I dissent from this spirally spun, legally lightweight, consumer harming, corporate enabling, destroying internet freedom order."
Democrat FCC Commissioner
"There can only be industrial and economic growth if there is energy."
Hyacinthe Befeno Todimanana
"We're making Ariane 6 to reduce costs."
Director, Guiana Space Centre
"Next year will be the last chance to pursue EU-level reforms before a fateful year of reckoning begins."
Former Swedish prime minister
Sweden is shifting its military capacity from peacekeeping to defence.
The two vessels taking pride of place at Russia’s Naval Day celebrations are among the most fearsome maritime machines ever built.
Estonia, which has taken over the EU presidency, has urged fellow member states to do more on defence.
Russia’s defence ministry has dismissed the UK’s new aircraft carrier as a “convenient, oversized target” and warned it not to come too close
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Qatar’s Ministry of Defense said on Wednesday the country signed a deal to buy F-15 fighter jets from the United States for $12 billion.
Brussels has bowed to pressure to boost military ties to show it can provide security in the face of terrorist attacks and a resurgent Russia.
The day's events in Brussels, in a nutshell : the UK election gets rough, EU drugs overdoses rise again, and laying the foundations of European defence.
Protesters have gathered in more than 130 cities across the United States to call for an impartial investigation into allegations that Donald Trump's campaign team colluded with Russia to influence last year's presidential election.
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.
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.
The NATO HQ is opened and defence spending plans outlined, but the US President steals the show in Brussels.
Europe’s spending on defence has edged up for the first time in seven years, new figures have revealed, amid fears of Russian aggression in the Baltics.
This NATO meeting will mark the inauguration of a new headquarters for the alliance that cost one billion euros.
European Union defence ministers meet about strengthening defence and security and working with NATO against threats including cyber attacks.
Germany’s defence minister has come under fire over a scandal involving an army lieutenant who is accused of plotting a gun attack while posing as a Syrian…
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Spain’s first female defence minister, Carme Chacon has died at the age of 46.
Determined to make good on his campaign promises, US President Donald Trump will send his first “America first” budget proposal to Congress on Thursday that includes deep cuts to federal programs in o
The US missile deployment, which comes a day after North Korea tested four ballistic missiles, has led to diplomatic tension between China and South Korea.