Several Russian warships pass close to the UK on their way to the Mediterranean
Montenegro will go to the polls on Sunday as citizens vote in a national election seen by some as a referendum on the country’s western integration.
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There is a warning that it could destroy NATO and invite Russian aggression.
The new Ukrainian prime minister Volodymyr Groysman has been speaking to euronews during his visit to Brussels on Wednesday.
Few would doubt Turkey’s strategic importance: straddling Europe and Asia it is a key player in Middle East stability at a time of unprecedented volatility.
NATO and Russia are failing to see eye-to-eye over the crisis in eastern Ukraine, the alliance’s Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says.
NATO has reiterated its support for Ukraine at a summit of the alliance in Warsaw.
David Cameron has said he will hold a parliamentary vote later this month over whether to renew Britain’s nuclear deterrent.
Competitor, adversary, peer or partner – that’s how the head of Nato’s military committee said the alliance should consider Russia, and the decisions being taken at the summit in Warsaw are of particu
NATO leaders at their summit in Warsaw have agreed to deploy multinational forces in the Baltic states and Poland to deter potential Russian aggression.
NATO is set to send more troops to the Baltics and Poland to deter any perceived Russian aggression. What does this say about peace in Europe?
The NATO summit has got underway in Warsaw, aiming to show resolve amid a perceived threat from Russia.
Compulsory military service is back in Lithuania, and 4,000 NATO troops are being deployed to the Baltics and Poland - all of which border Russia.
Euronews reporter Hans von der Brelie met Lithuanian Defence Minister Juozas Olekas in the capital Vilnius to have an Insiders chat about the ongoing changes in the field of European…
US President Barack Obama has met with EU leaders ahead of the NATO summit in Poland, minus the outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron, to discuss the implications of Britain’s leaving the Euro
"We don't have a safety net as effective as we used to have during the Cold War," says OSCE secretary general.
A Euronews reporter visits the Ukrainian army side of the frontline where intermittent clashes with pro-Russian fighters are breaking an uneasy ceasefire.
It is being described as the most important alliance meeting since the end of the Cold War. It has taken on even more significance in the aftermath of Brexit, with the alliance hoping to make a show o
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NATO holds a summit this Friday in Poland in an atmosphere of tension with Russia not seen since the days of the Soviet Union.
For the fifth and final time as US commander-in-chief, President Barack Obama will attend a NATO summit on Friday.