In the lead-up to the NATO summit in Chicago from May 20 - 21, the city has acquired 500 troopers from the Illinois State Police as well as 600 Illinois National Guard troops for the summit and accompanying protests.
UN "aid" program to be used in establishing NATO "humanitarian corridors."
NATO is to get more help from Russia in the Afghan war.
Publicly Cheering About War, But Privately Officials Concerned About Dwindling Security
On April 11 Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan told reporters accompanying him to China that Turkey is considering asking the 28-nation North Atlantic Treaty Organization to invoke its Article 5 collective military assistance clause against Syr
Drone strikes, troop incursions, and supply routes for NATO, among other things, must stop
In one of the more bizarre foreign policy announcements of a bizarre Obama Administration, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has announced that Washington will “help” Kosovo to join NATO as well as the European Union.
President-elect Vladimir Putin on Wednesday called NATO a relic of the Cold War but said he supported letting the alliance use a Russian airport as a supply hub in support of its mission in Afghanistan.
A prominent political analyst says NATO and the US are arming “Israel with missile capacities in relation to a projected and planned attack upon Iran.”
Humanitarian wars, especially under the guise of the “Responsibility to Protect (R2P),” are a modern form of imperialism.
The international envoy to Syria tells the UN Security Council there's no progress in implementing a ceasefire
'A military alliance that intervenes all over the world and has nuclear weapons is a threat to world peace'
A sophisticated multilayered missile defense architecture is being created in the immediate vicinity of Russia...
At least 20 people were killed in a major battle in western Afghanistan’s Farah Province, when attackers ambushed a NATO supply convoy in the mountains.
A judge has rejected the demands of anti-war activists for a march to be held in Chicago during a NATO summit planned for November.
The New York Times’ Isabel Kershner reporting from Jerusalem on March 20th described Israeli government rage at a comment made by the European Union’s foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton relating to the killing of three Jewish children in Toulouse
In late February, 13 French military officers were arrrested in Homs at the height of the armed insurrection, pointing to the presence of foreign troops on Syrian soil in derogation of international law.
North Korea has begun fuelling a rocket for a launch seen by the West as a pretext for testing ballistic missile technology banned by the UN.
A catalog of failures by NATO warships and European coastguards led to the deaths of dozens of migrants left adrift at sea, according to a damning official report into the fate of a refugee boat in the Mediterranean whose distress calls went unanswer
US presidential candidate Mitt Romney has branded Russia as America’s number one geopolitical enemy.
Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was wanted dead so his secrets would die with him.
Does Serbia Remember the NATO Bombings? Serbia remained the only Balkan country which did not seek to join NATO.
Wreaths were laid at memorials Saturday as a tribute paid to the victims of the 1999 NATO bombing in the city of Nis, southern Serbia, where 56 people were killed and over 200 were injured in 78 days of NATO air raids.
In the wake of recent violent clashes in the Syrian capital Damascus, the country's government has accused Western powers of assisting Qatar and Saudi Arabia with supporting and financing terrorism
President Barack Obama’s top commander in Afghanistan will make recommendations about how quickly the United States should pull out of the war there late this year
The Russian military must prepare to counter U.S. missile defense plans in Europe even as talks between Moscow and Washington are ongoing
A new report reveals that US forces continue to send detainees to prisons where torture is practiced, despite NATO's promise to suspend prison transfers last September.
Recently “humanitarian” groups such as Amnesty International and Avaaz have been targeting Russia (and China to a lesser extent) in relation to the current Syrian conflict.
UNITED NATIONS: Russia on Monday called for an investigation into the "massive bombings" by NATO during last year's Libya conflict.
In a joint article published in the Washington Post, the two leaders called the US-British relationship "a partnership of the heart, bound by the history, traditions and values we share." But what has that partnership really achieved?