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Russia must be ready to respond to NATO's 'aggressive actions', says Putin
President Vladimir Putin has said Russia must boost its combat readiness in response to NATO’s “aggressive actions” near its borders.
Cyberspace is officially a war zone - NATO
Cyber attacks against a member nation could trigger an Article 5 collective response by all 28 states involved.
Former Portuguese security official arrested in NATO spy case
Italian media reports say a former senior Portuguese security official was arrested in Rome following a request from Portugal.
Poland announces increase in military manpower
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The Brief from Brussels: NATO flexes military muscle
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NATO flexes military muscle to counter Russia
NATO is mulling its biggest military build-up since the Cold War to counter perceived threats from Russia.
The Brief from Brussels: Poland, Hungary under fire from former US president
This is the Brief from Brussels – a round-up of the headlines from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Russia condemns US missile-defence systems in Europe
Poland has broken ground at a site designed to hold interceptors for a US missile-defence system in the north of the country, drawing criticism from
US activates controversial missile shield in Romania
America has switched on a controversial missile shield in Romania, incensing Moscow. The aim, it says, is to protect NATO countries from short and
Russia boosts western border defence with new divisions
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US begins advanced warplane deployment to bolster NATO allies
Two of the world’s most sophisticated warplanes have touched down in Romania as part of the United States’ biggest European deployment of F-22
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Europe Weekly: Obama warns against 'Brexit'
In this edition of Europe Weekly: US President Barack Obama backs the Remain campaign in the UK’s EU referendum; the EU-Turkey deal could break down
NATO-Russia Council holds talks after two years
NATO has reopened informal talks with Russia for the first time in nearly two years. Diplomats met for over 90 minutes to discuss Ukraine and the