The return of Lithuania's defense attache to Russia for 'familial reasons' has triggered much speculation.
Estonia's Ministry of Defence claims Russian jets violated its airspace four times in 2016.
Baltic armed forces are set to practice urban warfare in an artificial town.
The discovery of the tunnel dug by Jews to escape extermination by the Nazis raises hopes—and disturbing questions.
To send a message to Putin, NATO plans to deploy military units to Eastern Europe in numbers unmatched since the Cold War.
Ukraine and Germany join Flaming Thunder for the first time.
Less than 6 percent of the U.K.'s Poles plan on leaving.
Historically, NATO and the EU don't normally work together, but this is changing.
The Ministry of Defense wants a new center to coordinate Baltic deployments.
Poland's defense minister has confirmed discussions with NATO's Secretary General.
Aristidas Tamosaitis was detained in Moscow in May 2015.
The mayor of Vilnius speaks to Newsweek about honouring Nemtsov.
The construction of the border fence with Russia will cover an area of around 90km.
The pipeline will provide almost all the gas requirements of the region's EU states
The mayor of Vilnius says Lithuania could get back its own historical artefacts in return.
Lithuania, Latvia and Czech Republic have all spoken out about cases in the last few years.
The incident took place yesterday near Baltic allied airspace.
According to defence minister Raimonds Vējonis plans for voluntary training are underway.
Ministers voted overwhelmingly in favour of the bill with just three voting against it.