On 19 May 2016, Allied foreign ministers signed the Accession Protocol for Montenegro.
- EU member states that want deeper security and defense integration should be given such opportunity - Pildegovics
How could a potential Brexit affect the role of the UK in European and transatlantic security?
On Thursday the 12th May, the Aegis Ashore Missile Defence System (AAMDS) was inaugurated at the Deveselu base in Romania.
Is the West inching towards a broader military operation in Libya?
Commander of Allied Joint Force Command (AJFC) Brunssum Salvatore Farina said that NATO was and is ready to defend the territories of member states.
“Russia is not the partner that NATO had been working with for the last 20 years” – said an official of the US Mission to NATO.
An Interview with Madeleine Albright, former US secretary of state, conducted at the 11th annual security conference Globsec held in Bratislava.
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.