Top officials from the Baltic states told Newsweek that Moscow and Minsk are weaponizing vulnerable migrants.
Top diplomats told Newsweek President Joe Biden must contain the short- to medium-term Russian threat and face China's existential challenge.
Top diplomats from NATO's Baltic states said the former president's public belligerence belied the alliance's response to Russian aggression.
Top ministers in Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania all told Newsweek they had little hope that Russia would act in good faith over the new natural gas pipeline.
Merle Liivand set the record to raise awareness about the threat that rampant pollution poses to marine life.
New infections have been increasing in France, Italy, Hungary, Croatia and Estonia in recent weeks.
"This exercise is a demonstration of partnership between NATO Allies aimed at improving interoperability, and is not directed toward a particular country or adversary," the 41st Field Artillery Brigade's Major Joseph Bush said.
The protest along the border with China on August 23 to call for freedom is a homage to actions across the Baltic states in 1989.
Former deputy national security adviser Mira Ricardel reportedly turned the offer down.
"Many young people do not turn to us for anything because they don't feel we have anything meaningful to say," the Pope conceded.
The Spanish Air Force fighter jet was flying alongside one Spanish and two French aircraft when it accidentally launched an air-to-air missile above Estonia.
As tensions ratcheted up between Russia and the West, NATO members were increasingly preparing for the worst.
A whistleblower claimed the bank failed to implement the necessary procedures to investigate and stop money laundering.
With the establishment of a new Cyber Operations Center, NATO has launched a new, historic campaign of electronic warfare.
Lithuania's defense minister said NATO states "need to address" permanent anti-aircraft power across the Baltic states and Poland to counter Russia.
Moscow has sent 2,500 troops to its western border region to practice landing in unfamiliar territory.
Putin's Russia heads the list of likely suspects.
The top U.S. Army commander in Europe complained that Russia is being too secretive about upcoming large-scale military drills.
The Baltics have been particularly worried about Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014.
Donald Trump's recent about-face on NATO didn't influence the long-planned delivery of the U.S.'s most advanced fighter jets.
The navy has scheduled a series of tests for the cruise missile armed Krasnodar submarine.