Russia’s increasing military activity and NATO’s mobilization of troops across Europe have put nonaligned Finland in a tough spot.
The U.S secretary of state said, “There is broad consensus among all the NATO members that there is no normalization of dialogue with Russia today.”
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel is deeply critical of Trump’s stance on Iran and North Korea and says Europe must take its own path.
"NATO needs to take note of the enormity of China’s influence," a former NATO and U.S. military leader said.
Turkey has developed a cloth that could make soldiers invisible to radar.
"As power is shifting away from the West toward Asia, the West’s ability to influence the agenda on a global scale is expected to be reduced," the latest NATO report found.
"Everything is fine, just perfect. I congratulate the aircraft builders and I think we will deliver good news to the defense ministry," Putin said of the new TU-160M2.
Britain’s foreign secretary will visit Moscow in the coming months to address the country's relationship with Vladimir Putin.
Germany, France and 21 other European states have voted to plan their defenses together and avoid wasteful spending.
Lithuania’s defense minister said NATO states “need to address” permanent anti-aircraft power across the Baltic states and Poland to counter Russia.
The country has stopped short of joining NATO.
The NATO chief said Kim Jong Un's potentially nuclear-capable missiles threaten Europe, but North Korea said it's the U.S. that's at risk.
Since seizing Crimea from Ukraine, Russia has reinforced military assets in Black Sea waters around it and is now building its first land link to the territory.
Wesley Clark, a retired four-star general, says that Trump’s affability towards Vladimir Putin is “very confusing” to the American public.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said the West has exploited his country's goodwill and disregarded the sovereignty of countries around the world.
Eight allies showcased NATO's smart defense concept, where one ship neutralizes a ballistic threat while others rush to its defense.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said "the necessary conditions have been created for putting an end to the fratricidal war in Syria."
The war games include an "offensive portion... that looks to me like a rehearsal of an attack," General Curtis Scaparrotti said.
The Baltic NATO ally summoned Russia's envoy to demand an explanation, but Moscow claims the incursion was an emergency call which is being "politicized."
The Zapad drill on Europe's borders could include almost 10 times the permitted number of troops, provoking fears among NATO members.
“It is more unpredictable, and it’s more difficult,” Stoltenberg said when asked about the changes in the world over his 30-year career.