NATO to launch Black Sea force as latest counter to Russia
"Our purpose is peace, not war," Romania's President Klaus Iohannis told a session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Bucharest.
First 2+2 Dialogue consequential and a strategic milestone, says US official
Alice Wells, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State f...
'We don't want a new Cold War', NATO chief says
"We don't want a new Cold War, we don't want a new arms race, Russia is our neighbour therefore we have to continue to strive for an improved better relationship with Russia," he told BBC radio.
Indian, US armies to carry out 2-week combat exercise in Uttarakhand
Currently there are 36 countries on the STA-1 list. Till recently India was designated as STA-2 countries, along with seven others.
Moscow's changing role in Afghanistan's stability
Moscow no longer views the Taliban as a security threat; it views them as a legitimate stakeholder in Afghanistan. The Taliban have been fighting against the ISIS in Afghanistan and assured the regional states that their struggle remains confined to Afghanistan.
Turkey rushes to buy advanced Russian air defence system
"Turkey needs S-400s and its deal has been done," President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in the western city of Balikesir. "God willing, we will buy them in the shortest time."
North Korea's 'global threat' requires global response: NATO chief
The reckless behaviour of North Korea is a global threat and requires a global response, and that of course also includes NATO, said Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
Russia to hold biggest war games since 1981
The manoeuvres will take place at a time of heightened tension between the West and Russia, which is concerned about what it says is an unjustified build-up of the NATO military alliance on its western flank.
Airbus takes 1.3 billion euros charge on A400M military plane
Analysts were on average expecting adjusted 2017 operating profits of 3.996 billion euros and revenues of 67.343 billion, according to a poll conducted for Reuters.
NATO 'no longer obsolete', says Donald Trump
It's my hope that NATO will take on an increased role in supporting our Iraqi partners in their battle against the ISIS, said US President Donald Trump.
Pakistan could lose 'Major Non-NATO Ally Status': Rex Tillerson
"Pakistan and the US historically had very good relationships. But over the last few years, there's been a real erosion in the confidence between our two governments.
Pakistan confirms US suspended military training program
The training of Pakistani soldiers in the United States is the latest program to be hurt by the cutoff of security aid to Pakistan, which was announced at the beginning of this year.
Turkey default risk real, may hit emerging markets hard: Russell Napier
Turkey owes $467 billion to investors and it will be hard for the country to pay that debt, Napier said.
A look at some foreign envoys who nurtured ties with India
Many memorable figures, including a Nobel laureate, an economist, scholars and writers nurtured ties with India.
Turkey crisis risks souring military ties with US
US President Donald Trump last week announced new tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum, causing the country's currency to plummet, over his frustration with Ankara's continued detention of American pastor Andrew Brunson.
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