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Is fatigue over the war in Ukraine settling across the EU?
Support for Kyiv in both Europe and the US is starting to wane, in large part driven by hard-right populist forces in both regions.
'The time has come': Turkey urged to approve Sweden NATO entry
Pressure is growing on Ankara to drop its opposition to Sweden's membership of the US-led military alliance.
NATO chief commits to Bosnia's territorial integrity
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg says the alliance will do whatever is necessary to preserve peace in the Western Balkans and even indicated that it might increase the alliance's deployment in Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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The return of full-scale armed conflict to Europe has Germany dramatically reframing its security policy.
Erdogan submits Sweden's NATO bid to parliament for ratification
Turkey's parliament is set to vote on Sweden's bid to join NATO after President Erdogan submitted a protocol for Stockholm's admission into the military alliance.
In fact, this is why Sweden should ultimately join NATO
One does not need to be a master strategist to realise that due to the country’s geographic position, Sweden’s accession to NATO would significantly strengthen the alliance in the entire Baltic Sea region, Dr András Rácz writes.
Iran or Hezbollah may seek to capitalise on Israel-Hamas clash - NATO
Hostile nations, such as Iran, or groups like Hezbollah might attempt to take advantage of the armed conflict between Hamas and Israel, according to NATO's secretary-general.
US Secretary of Defence joins NATO security discussions
The escalating violence between Israel and Hamas has pushed the war to the top of the agenda as NATO allies meet in Brussels. The ministers will also discuss support for Ukraine's defence against Russian aggression and NATO's missions and operations in Kosovo and Iraq.
Majority of Ukrainians expect to join EU and NATO next decade - poll
Ukrainians remain convinced their country will become part of the two Western blocs within 10 years.
Zelenskyy visits NATO to ask for more equipment ahead of winter
Ukraine's President unexpectedly visited the NATO headquarters in Brussels on Tuesday morning where defence ministers from the military alliance are gathering for a meeting.
We can't let Russia demoralise Ukraine's Western backers
By stopping an aggressive, revisionist Russia dead in its tracks, the West would achieve continental security, showing the autocracies on the rise that vitality hasn’t been drained from the democratic world, Aleksandar Đokić writes.
NATO bomb disposal training crucial part of Ukraine military support
An annual exercise aimed at showing recruits how to get rid of explosive devices took part in Iceland.
This is why Sweden might not join NATO after all
Joining NATO is not like joining the Schengen Zone — it is a commitment to shed blood for one another in the event of any invasion, Dr Gladden Pappin writes.
Russia beefs up army with 335,000 troops, West running out of ammo
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Withdrawal of Serbian troops from Kosovo border 'welcome' - US
NATO has called on both sides to negotiate as "the only way to achieve lasting peace".
Kosovo PM calls on NATO to help fill security vacuum in north
Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti is calling for greater cooperation with NATO in order to better secure his country's Serbian-dominated northern territories.
Kosovo PM backs NATO decision to bolster troops in the Balkans
Prime Minister Albin Kurti welcomed NATO's decision to bolster its troops in the volatile Balkan region following last weekend's deadly shootout between Serb insurgents and Kosovo police officers.
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One of the main contenders in Saturday's vote has pledged to reverse the country's support for Ukraine as it battles Russia.
NATO feared Russia's Suwałki Gap threat. It's now much smaller
The Suwałki Gap was one of NATO's biggest weaknesses against Russia. Putin's full-scale invasion of Ukraine has drastically reduced that risk.
'We have to welcome Ukraine in NATO,' says new Latvian prime minister
Days after being appointed as Latvia's prime minister, Evika Siliņa flew to Brussels and made it clear she endorses Ukraine's ambition to become a member of both the European Union and NATO.