Questions are raised about NATO’s role in eastern European relations.
The European Commission president calls for security talks to be separated from future Brexit trade negotiations, while Theresa May wants a new UK_EU security treaty.
A fractured West is undermining its own security--that's the feeling of many of those attending this year's Munich Conference.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
The controversial Republican intelligence memo alleges anti-Trump bias in the Justice Department.
Euronews' Isabelle Kumar meets President of the International Committee of the Red Cross Peter Maurer to find out what geopolitical threats could affect global recovery.
Human error by local emergency officials was to blame for the incorrect warning that a missile was heading towards the US state, after an employee pushed the wrong button
NBC’s Waj Khan gives his assessment of current relations between the US and Pakistan.
The vast majority of all computer devices in the world have been found to be venerable to attack
People still believe in social networking but there is somewhere a doubt about security.
A look at security preparations in some of Europe's major cities, where thousands are expected in the streets to see in the New Year.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to line the River Thames to see the first moments of 2018 arrive
Delivering his outlook for US national security, President Trump spells out his "America First" priorities.
We need to stop appeasing Islamists and begin empowering progressive liberal-democratic Muslims, writes Roberta Bonazzi
Suspect bomber is taken to hospital after trying to set off his device which failed to ignite fully
Two men are facing terrorism charges over an alleged plan to attack Downing Street and kill British Prime Minister Theresa May
the global conversation
Euronews recently met up with the EU’s foreign policy chief, Federica Mogherini, at the MED – Mediterranean Dialogues conference – in Rome.
The president says he's not worried about what his former national security adviser might tell prosecutors about his team's contacts with Russia.
British transport police say a brawl may have been responsible for the scenes of panic and mass evacuation in central London on Friday.
Militants have killed hundreds of police and soldiers over recent years in Egypt but appear to have shifted tactics with Friday's attack on a mosque