An Interview with Madeleine Albright, former US secretary of state, conducted at the 11th annual security conference Globsec held in Bratislava.
- Former US deputy assistant secretary of defense for European and NATO policy receives Order of the Three Stars
One of the most well known of Shakespeare’s characters, Hamlet, is persecuted by a taunting indecisiveness, similar to that which world’s leaders are faced with when it comes to making a decision about Libya.
The attacks in Brussels on March 22nd were almost inevitable. They came as a stark reminder as to how difficult stopping such incidents is.
General Hans-Lothar Domrose, Commander of the Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum, in an interview with Defence Matters.
From Great Britain to the Black Sea, Russia is waging a constant, unceasing information war against virtually every European government.
Turkey gives the green light for a NATO operation against smugglers in the Aegean sea.
Eight years have passed since the Russia-Georgia war. Russia and the world have been distracted by the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, meanwhile Georgia continues to relentlessly move towards EU and NATO membership.
The United States has revealed broad areas in which U.S. special forces are operating in Syria to Russia and has requested that the Russians not strike there.
NATO’s Standing Maritime Group 2 (SNMG2) is currently deployed in the region and will be tasked to conduct reconnaissance, monitoring and surveillance of illegal crossings in the Aegean.
NATO Defence Ministers agreed that NATO will provide support to assist with the refugee and migrant crisis
NATO Defence Ministers took steps to strengthen the Alliance defence and deterrence posture.
U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO, Douglas Lute talks about the role the offset strategy played in the history of the Alliance and the rising access-denial bubbles.
Effective deterrence and defence requires both forward presence of Allied forces, and our ability to reinforce them quickly, said Mr. Stoltenberg.