As Russia consolidates its position in Syria and the Middle East as a whole, it's reaching out to rivals and selling them a coveted weapon, the S-400.
The combat drills are underway during a tense time for the Korean Peninsula.
Russia's foreign minister said the U.S. only attacked Iraq after being "100 percent" sure it had no weapons of mass destruction and therefore wouldn't attack North Korea.
The future of Poland's position in the European Union remains uncertain.
A new directive from Naval Surface Forces sparks concern that some sailors aren't getting anywhere near enough sleep.
Four U.S. Marine Corps' F-35B Lightning II joined pilots from Japan and South Korea in a show of "ironclad commitment."
It was the first time China held Army Day celebrations since the 1949 Communist revolution.
U.K. Defense Secretarys aid it was reasonable to revisit U.K. defense strategy in the light of the process of leaving the European Union
Poland has already agreed to purchase the system, while Sweden will be next to experience it firsthand in a joint drill with U.S.
British commissioning choices mean that the aircraft will not have the full communications capacity.
North Korea's Kim Jong Un has said nuclear weapons are key to his government's survival and the latest missile test may prove this to be true.
"Allies should invest more in defense not to please the United States but because it is in their own interest," NATO's Jens Stoltenberg said.
Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev signed the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty in 1987. Now Republican hawks want to scrap it.
"These are very visible symbols of power and power projection."
The Syrian Civil Defense, aka the White Helmets, have received global recognition for rescue efforts, but also have been accused of supporting rebels.
The Russian leader complained of encirclement by Western powers and said Moscow can and will strike back in the case of any foreign attack.
Pyongyang said the U.S. would suffer a "bitter disgrace" if it did not roll back its hostile stance toward North Korea.
Remarks at the U.S. Naval Academy reveal the vice president's ignorance about the law.
Has McMaster gone over to the dark side? Or is he simply trying to keep his job?