The nuclear arms control regime is in danger — and neither Vladimir Putin nor Donald Trump appear committed to saving it. Yet given enough political will, a solution could be found readily, argues arms control expert Steven Pifer.
RUSSIA and Europe are moving closer to all-out war, a shocking new report has warned.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended her party's concessions during coalition talks as "painful" but "acceptable." The chancellor also brushed off criticism that she is losing authority among conservatives.
Rusif Huseynov: The Alliance has to express unity and a stronger position in the Western-Russian clashes
An exclusive interview with Rusif Huseynov, сo-founder and editor-in-chief The Politicon research center (Baku).
NATO’s deputy secretary general has reaffirmed the alliance’s commitment to Turkish security, telling senior students at the Turkish National Defense University in Istanbul that “NATO stands in solidarity with Turkey in the fight against terrorism.”
An exclusive interview of the Senior editor of Pirmais Biznesa radio (First Business Radio) in Riga, Latvia Aris Jansons.
Defence Minister Jüri Luik met with his French counterpart, Florence Parly, in Lille. The ministers discussed intensifying bilateral defense cooperation as well as upcoming deployments to Estonia and Africa. Luik also gave a speech at the International Cyber Security Forum.
Keynote address by NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller at the National Defence University in Istanbul, Turkey.
An increasingly important component of Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative can be found in the Central Asian corridor that connects China and Afghanistan. China has been expanding its economic and security cooperation in Central Asia in recent years. Reports this week that China plans to build a military base for Afghanistan's armed forces in the northeastern province of Badakhshan suggest that the strategic yet perennially unstable country is quickly following through on the plan.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed President Borut Pahor of Slovenia to NATO Headquarters for discussions about the Alliance’s adaptation and preparations for the NATO Summit in July. Mr. Stoltenberg thanked Slovenia for important contributions to NATO, including troops to the KFOR mission, contributions to the Alliance’s mission in Afghanistan and to a NATO multinational battlegroup in Latvia.