2,500 US troops are waiting in the wings in Kuwait to destroy ISIS in Raqqa.
Elections in France, Holland and Germany may cause split between Europe and the U.S.
Diplomats from Ukraine and five other former Communist countries rallied for the U.S. Senate's backing.
On Ukraine's "quiet" front, there are daily artillery, rocket and sniper attacks.
Jens Stoltenberg announced 3.8 percent of spike in real terms across Europe and Canada.
'Separatists move like bugs in different directions. Russian units move in a disciplined way.'
Ukrainian officials take seriously the possibility of a full-scale Russian invasion.
A full third of Trump supporters hold a favorable view of Putin.
Changing political landscapes in the U.S. and the EU have Ukrainians on edge.
The defense committee recommends raising spending in the face of new political challenges.
Moscow does not even pretend to play by rules of gentlemanly conduct.
As Ukraine edges toward NATO, it needs to replace its Russian guns.
Fifteen key questions for Trump's Defense pick James Mattis
U.S. tanks are part of a military buildup designed to deter Russian aggression in Eastern Europe.
Can Trump walk the line between better relations with Russia and safeguarding U.S. interests?