Poland buys US Patriot anti-missile system for $4.8 bn
Russia has complained about the prospect of the deployment of Patriot anti-missile systems in Poland and Romania, which it says violates a 1987 arms treaty.
Trump administration weighing unprecedented political penalties on Pak: report
While the report by Foreign Policy news portal gives no timeli...
Nato's first military action was in 1992 Bosnian war
The war signalled the end of British dominance and the world was poised to see the rise ...
View: Slowly but surely, Turkey is becoming the next Pakistan. Just look at these signs
Turkey is not quite there yet. But it is beginning to resemble Pakistan, a perpetually failing state which backs a version of political Islam.
Friend or foe? Bashar al-Assad quietly aids Syrian Kurds against Turkey
Pro-government forces and Kurdish-led forces have fought each other elsewhere in Syria and Damascus opposes the Kurds' demands for autonomy.
Resolution introduced to bring India on par with NATO allies
A Congressional resolution aiming to bring India on par with America's NATO allies besides elevating its status in export of defense articles from the US.
China in talks over military base in remote Afghanistan: Officials
The army camp will be built in Afghanistan's remote and mountainous Wakhan Corridor, where witnesses have reported seeing Chinese and Afghan troops on joint patrols.
Trump shoves a PM at NATO meet, J K Rowling calls him out
Trump forcefully pushed aside Montenegro's PM, Dusko Markovic.
India begins talks with Russia for Rs 39,000 crore missile shield deal
India can deploy the highly-mobile S-400 system to protect a city during war, or even use it to neutralise Pakistan’s short-range Nasr (Hatf-IX) nuclear missiles.
Turkey, Russia finalize deal on anti-missile defense system
The deal comes amid strengthening ties between Turkey and Russia and Ankara's deteriorating relations with the United States and other western countries.
Donald Trump, Mike Pence contradict themselves on NATO issue
The Republican presidential nominee said that his decision would be based on the whether those countries have fulfilled their obligations to NATO.
Ahead of NATO summit Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin discuss Syria, Ukraine
Obama and Putin, confirmed their commitment to defeating Islamic State and the Nusrah Front, al-Qaeda's affiliate in Syria, the White House said in readout.
U.S. military personnel fire shots as man tries to force entry into British base
The Mildenhall Royal Air Force base said security staff locked down the base, used by the United States, following reports of a disturbance.
Despite defense buildup, NATO also seeks to soothe Russia
Jens Stoltenberg, the NATO secretary-general, confirmed that alliance defense ministers gathered for a two-day meeting starting Tuesday will back the deployment plan.
'Broad agreement' to seek meeting with Russia, says NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg
Stoltenberg said the ministers "all agreed in the current situation that we need a platform (like) the NATO-Russia Council to pursue transparent and predictability."
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