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.
Over the past two years, NATO has been focused on hybrid warfare. The same issue will be at the top of the upcoming summit in Warsaw.
General John Campbell talks about the ISIS threat, what the Taliban’s victory in Kunduz means and what the future holds for troops in Afghanistan.
Lilia Shevtsova thinks that the clash between the West and Russia will continue until the Russian system is transformed and will find other ways to legitimize its existence.
NATO leaders intended the Alliance’s Trident Juncture military exercises, in part, to send a message to Russia that they would not hesitate to defend allied territory.
Latvian Defense Ministry State Secretary Jānis Garisons stated in an interview to Latvian News agency LETA and DefenceMatters that the lessening of the confrontation between Russia and NATO will be dependent on Russia’s domestic political processes with the situation not expected to get any better.
Time for daring in an age of ambivalence: Making the case for NATO membership for Georgia and Ukraine
Is it the right time for NATO at its forthcoming Summit in Warsaw on 8-9 July 2016 to invite Georgia and Ukraine into its ranks?
Slovak security analysts explain whether Slovakia should be “afraid” of emerging threats.
In a historic decision NATO Foreign Ministers unanimously agreed to invite Montenegro to begin accession talks.
Montenegro is on the path for NATO accession