Is there a connection between events in Syria (maybe even US tension with North Korea) and Russia’s impromptu Black Sea war games that started on March 28, 2013?
'Four women and five children were killed, and five children wounded.'
NATO Strategies, Economic Sanctions and the "Responsibility to Protect"
NATO foreign ministers have approved the deployment of Patriot missiles in Turkey.
NATO on Wednesday called on North Korea to cancel plans for its second rocket launch of 2012, saying it would violate U.N. resolutions and could further destabilize the Korean peninsula.
NATO foreign ministers have voted to approve Ankara’s request for Patriot missiles to be deployed on the Turkey-Syria border. Ankara requested the deployment over fears that Syria could attack with missiles and chemical weapons.
NATO foreign ministers will agree on Tuesday to send Patriot missiles to beef up Turkey's air defences and calm Turkey's fears that it could come under missile attack, possibly with chemical weapons, from Syria, diplomats said. Turkey last month a
NATO will defend alliance member Turkey, which struck back after mortar rounds fired from Syria landed inside its border, the alliance’s Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said at a meeting in Prague on Monday.
Afghanistan will probably be unable to keep running the military bases its international backers have spent billions building after Nato troops leave, a US Congressional report has said.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on Thursday nominated a former senior commander in Afghanistan as the new head of the military's Africa Command, which oversees US security efforts on the continent.
The US government is intensifying its intelligence sharing and military consultations with Turkey behind the scenes as both countries confront the Syria’s civil conflict could escalate into a regional war, according to US and NATO officials.
Backs Off Speculation Kids Might Have Been Taliban
NATO said it had drawn up plans to defend Turkey if necessary should the war in Syria spill over their border again as dozens of people were killed across the Arab nation on Tuesday.
If you looked carefully at the news last week, you might have heard a report from Afghanistan about how the U.S./NATO forces bombed and killed eight Afghan women who were out walking in the mountains early in the morning before dawn to collect wood.
The retreat of western forces from Afghanistan could come sooner than expected, the head of NATO has said as he conceded that the recent Taliban strategy of "green on blue" killings had been successful in sapping morale.
The Taliban insurgency is as strong as ever, Kabul is weak, and overall violence has not subsided.
In violation of international law, NATO-backed terrorists plan civilian airport raids.
Needs More Troops Just to Deal with Shipping Containers
The spiritual leader of the Taliban said the group's insurgents have succeeded in foisting the ranks of the Afghan security forces, allowing them to attack their fellow NATO service members.
NATO is reporting that 11 people, including seven American troops, were killed Thursday in a helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan. The other casualties were "three members of the Afghan National Security Forces, and one civilian interpreter" acco
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is running out of rhetorical ammunition in the US's Holy War against Syria.
Libyans came out to vote in force this weekend, despite considerable violence in the lead-up to the election which included the destruction of a campaigning helicopter and attacks on several polling locations.
At the third meeting of the so-called Friends of Syria in Paris on July 6, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton proved once again that diplomacy is to the United States what refined dining etiquette is to a jackal.
US Defense Secretary Leon Panetta urged lawmakers not to renege on their promises to fund NATO’s new missile defense system, saying such a decision could jeopardize US relations with its European allies.
NATO will hold emergency talks on Tuesday to discuss Syria's downing of a Turkish jet fighter, but the alliance is not expected to take military action, even if it confirms Turkey's claim the unarmed plane was attacked in international airspace. T
On June 15 the news agency of the U.S. Defense Department, American Forces Press Service, ran a story on commander of U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) Army General Carter Ham's testimony before the House Armed Services Committee four months before in wh
NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen Wednesday vowed not to abandon Afghanistan as foreign nations plan to transition forces out of the country after a decade of conflict.
US Downplays Significance, Insists Civilian Deaths 'Rare'
US negotiators are leaving Pakistan with no agreement on a supply route to NATO troops in Afghanistan have been reached.