US Vice President Mike Pence pledged support for the EU and NATO on Monday, distancing himself from comments made by President Donald Trump.
US Vice President Mike Pence pledged the Trump administration’s ‘unwavering’ commitment to NATO on Saturday.
US Defence Secretary James Mattis is in Germany, along with 500 other participants, for the Munich Security Conference.
By Des Browne, Wolfgang Ischinger, Igor S. Ivanov, Sam Nunn The chasm between Russia and the West appears to be wider now than at any point since
The US is not ready to work with Russia militarily, Defence Secretary James Mattis has said.
US Defence Secretary James Mattis has delivered an ultimatum to NATO – threatening to reduce support for the organisation if members do not honour their military spending…
Since Russia’s annexation of Crimea in early 2014, its political and military relations with the West have deteriorated sharply. To head off the risk of an arms race or military confrontation, both sides must urgently agree to reciprocal measures to limit military capabilities
If confirmed, it's a major test for the Trump administration, just as it faces a crisis over its ties to Moscow.
New US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis will address one of the most anticipated NATO meetings in years on Wednesday.
NATO’s European allies increased military spending by nearly four percent last year, bucking a recent trend of cuts.
Lithuania says the build-up of NATO troops near its border with Russia sends a clear message about the alliance's power in the Baltics.
The US president was elected on a pledge to push NATO members to increase their funding to the western alliance to ease the financial burden on the United States.
The anxieties of Trump-Putin “bromance” may be premature, especially if the inaugural speech underlining American interests as paramount is any indication of the yet to be formulated U.S. foreign policy.
The greatest immediate danger lies in the Trump administration’s relationship with Moscow. There is a risk that deals with Moscow, particularly on Ukraine, increase Eastern Europe’s dependence on Russia and ultimately divide the continent into two zones of influence.
By Nina L. Khrushcheva, Professor of International Affairs and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at The New School and senior fellow at the World
"Step by step, whenever opportunities present themselves, the Kremlin is ready to use all means at its disposal to regain what it considers its own...", A VIEW by Carl Bildt
It is seen as a show of force to Russia, which has slammed the move as a threat to its national security.
NATO is deploying armour and troops in Poland for its biggest military exercises in years, but Moscow has called the move an agressive step threatening Russian national security.
Hundreds of US tanks, trucks and other military equipment has arrived at the northern Germany port of Bremerhaven.
In August 2015, I tweeted that if Donald Trump were to be elected President of the United States, we would have to “head for the bunkers.” There we are.
By John McColl General Sir John McColl, former Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe (DSACEUR), is Lieutenant-Governor of Jersey and a member of
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg urged the international community on Wednesday to maintain pressure on Russia over the Ukraine crisis.
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