NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has spoken to the new acting U.S. defense secretary about the alliance’s commitment to stay in Afghanistan as long as necessary.
To a few of the locals, the top-secret, fenced-off installation on the hill is known as “the radar station.” Some folks claim to have seen mysterious Russians in the area.
The Russian navy is getting smaller by the day. But the Russian merchant marine—the ships that haul the country’s exports—is getting bigger.
AMU Disaster Crew podcast: John Ubaldi discusses how the outcome of the November U.S. presidential election will affect foreign policies.
President Donald Trump on Monday confirmed reports he intends to remove thousands of American troops from Germany, accusing the key European ally of failing to pay NATO.
Germany’s defense minister suggested Monday that U.S. President Donald Trump’s reported plans to withdraw more than a quarter of American troops out of Germany could weaken not only the NATO alliance but the U.S. itself.
China and its increasingly sophisticated and far-flung military sit atop U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper's list of international security worries, but in Europe a bigger concern is closer to home: Russia.
President Trump’s statements about NATO member nations not fulfilling their defense obligation and expecting the U.S. to shoulder most of the financial burden has placed the alliance’s unity into question.
NATO leaders will gather in London on Tuesday as the world’s biggest military alliance, marking its 70th birthday, battles with one of the most confounding of adversaries: Itself.
Turkey's invasion of northern Syria is close to sparking a crisis at the world's biggest military alliance. But NATO has seen tense times before.