NATO to set up new space centre amid China, Russia concerns
"Some nations - including Russia and China - are developing anti-satellite systems which could blind, disable or shoot down satellites and create dangerous debris in orbit. We must increase our understanding of the challenges in space and our ability to address them," Stoltenberg said.
US, European officials mull creating 'Asian NATO' to contain expansionist China
Through previous efforts for East Asian security, alliance ha...
Turkey hits out at NATO ally Canada for suspending arms exports and creating obstacles
Canadian Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne ...
US aiming for NATO-like alliance with India, Australia, Japan to counter China
US Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Biegun made the comments while speaking with former US ambassador to India, Richard Verma in an online discussion organised by the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum.
Britain and NATO escort nine Russian warships near North and Baltic Sea
"The Royal Navy demonstrated its flexibility in being able to shadow the Russian Navy units," said Commander Will Paston, Commanding Officer of the frigate HMS Westminster.
Pentagon chief Mark Esper stresses stronger alliances to counter China, Russia
Esper said the Pentagon would systematically monitor and manage its relationships with partner countries, aiming to find ways to coordinate militaries and also to advance US arms sales.
U.S. flies B-52 bombers over Europe to show NATO solidarity
The single-day mission is part of regular flight missions that have been taking place in Europe since 2018, but is meant specifically to “demonstrate NATO solidarity, enhance readiness and provide training opportunities” by involving the airspace of every member nation, the U.S. European Command said.
Missile fired off Turkey's Black Sea coast where S-400 defence systems were tested
Tests of the S-400s, if verified, could stoke tensions between Turkey and the United States, which sharply opposed Ankara's purchase of the weapons from Moscow on grounds they compromise shared NATO defence systems.
Turkey clears way to test Russian S-400 missile defence system this week
While Turkey already tested the surface-to-air weapons last year, further exercises could stoke tensions with NATO ally the United States, which sharply opposed the purchase from Moscow on grounds the S-400s compromise NATO defence systems.
US body on artificial intelligence calls for creating India-US strategic tech alliance
The newly-created National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence in its report on Tuesday said the Department of State and the Department of Defence should negotiate formal AI cooperation agreements with India, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea and Vietnam.
Taliban welcome Trump tweet promising early troop withdrawal
If that withdrawal happens, it would be months ahead of schedule and the tweet made no reference to a Taliban promise to fight terrorist groups - a previous pre-requisite for an American withdrawal.
US 'deeply concerned' with reports about Turkey's possible S-400 system tests
"We continue to stress at the highest levels that the S-400 transaction remains a major obstacle in the bilateral relationship and at NATO, as well as a risk for potential CAATSA sanctions. We are confident that President Erdogan and his senior officials understand our position," the spokesperson said.
Armenia and Azerbaijan clash as Iran works on peace plan
Armenian military officials reported missile strikes in the territorial capital of Stepanakert, which came under intense attacks all weekend. Residents told the Russian state RIA Novosti news agency that parts of the city were suffering shortages of electricity and gas after the strikes.
'Who is our enemy?' Neutral Switzerland votes on fighter jets to replace F/A-18 Hornets
"Who is our enemy? Who is attacking a small, neutral country - surrounded by NATO?" asked Priska Seiler Graf, a member of parliament for the left-leaning Social Democrats. "It's really absurd."
China is on NATO radar more than ever, says US envoy
Kay Bailey Hutchison, US Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) said China is much more on the radar screen due to it's aggressive behaviour and provocative actions against Taiwan, Japan and India.