The US has confirmed that Russian troops will carry out joint anti-terror drills on American soil in May. Reports of the unprecedented initiative had triggered hysteria in American public debate, with claims of the US fraternizing with "the enemy".
The U.S. Air Force is quietly assembling the world’s most powerful air-to-air fighting team at bases near Iran.
Predator drones sanitize killing on the cheap compared to manned aircraft and ground troops.
A man wearing an Afghan National Army uniform killed a U.S. coalition service member, the U.S. military said Thursday. It was the latest in a string of such attacks.
The repercussions of the drone lobby’s success in forcing opening US domestic airspace to unmanned drones by 2015 are beginning to be felt across the US as civil liberties groups and politicians wake up to the implications for safety and privacy.
On April 18 U.S. Air Forces in Europe began the largest air exercise in the history of Bulgaria, no doubt in that of the Balkans as a whole, when 24-32 American F-16 fighter jets and 500 airmen joined Bulgarian counterparts for the opening of the alm
Presiding Judge, Colonel Denise Lind, order prosecution to present official "damage assessment" reports
The phosphorus shells that devastated this city were fired in 2004. But are the victims of America's dirty war still being born?
CIA and Pentagon given right to launch attacks even when identity of those in harm's way is not known, reports say.
An explosion has destroyed a building in Syria's central city of Hama, reportedly killing up to 69 people, many of them children.
For the first time in history, Russian and American airborne forces will hold joint drills in the US. The anti-terror exercises scheduled for May 2012 will get off to a flying start with a tactical landing operation and “terrorist” camp raid.
Russian paratroopers will meet up with American forces next month for an unprecedented military exercise in Colorado, according to RT News.
Call it a mantra, a litany, or a to-don’t list, but the drip, drip, drip of Afghan disaster and the gross-out acts accompanying it have already resulted in one of those classic fill-you-in paragraphs that reporters hang onto for whenever the next lit
As Obama's 'Asia pivot' develops, the people of Japan and Guam have actively resisted American occupation
A judge is to see for herself how the US assessed the damage inflicted upon the government by Bradley Manning’s WikiLeaks activities.
Pakistan successfully tested a nuclear-capable ballistic missile on Wednesday. The launch comes less than a week after Islamabad’s main adversary India tested a long-range ballistic missile of its own.
The Pentagon announced on April 23 that Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has begun a trip to South America, arriving in Colombia as part of a three-nation tour that will also take him to Brazil and Chile.
Alleged Wikileaker Army PFC Bradley Manning is back in a Ft. Meade, Md., courtroom today for the third time this year, where a judge is expected to decide whether to dismiss charges against him. Manning is accused of leaking hundreds of thousands
After decades of military devastation, Afghans are traumatized.
The latest scandal to hit U.S. troops fighting in Afghanistan surfaced last week when The Los Angeles Times published photographs showing smiling American soldiers holding up body parts of a Taliban suicide bomber.
Despite hyperbolic talk over Iran's nuclear programme, it's unlikely the country would deploy potential nuclear weapons.
The Pentagon is revamping its spy operations to focus on high-priority targets like Iran and China in a reorganization that reflects a shift away from the war zones of Iraq and Afghanistan that have dominated America’s security landscape for the past
The U.S. government used depleted uranium, a known carcinogen and cause of birth defects, during strikes on Fallujah during the 2003 Iraq War, and generations of Iraqis and the families of American servicemen are living with the devastating consequen
South Sudan is to seek investment from China for a new pipeline. This would allow it to export oil without the consent of its northern enemy Sudan.
The ongoing military standoff between Sudan and South Sudan has forced thousands from their homes, fearing for their lives.
Kabul and Washington initial strategic partnership draft that may define US presence after NATO withdrawal in 2014.
Damascus suburb reportedly stormed by government forces, as envoy Kofi Annan urges both sides to "put down weapons".
The results are in from last summer’s attempt to test new technology that would provide the Pentagon with a lightning-fast vehicle, capable of delivering a military strike anywhere in the world in less than an hour. In August the Pentagon's resear