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    NATO secretary general pledges to help partners fight so-called Islamic State
    Jul10

    NATO secretary general pledges to help partners fight so-called Islamic State

    The largest summit so far also saw 39 world leaders agree to more money for Afghan troops and an aid package for Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    NATO warns Russia over Ukraine separatism
    Jul09

    NATO warns Russia over Ukraine separatism

    NATO has called on Russia to end support for Ukrainian separatists, and will deploy troops to eastern nations. …read more Source:...

    NATO to hold next summit at new Brussels new HQ in 2017
    Jul09

    NATO to hold next summit at new Brussels new HQ in 2017

    NATO’s new headquarters at Brussels. (Google Maps) NATO leaders will hold their next summit in Brussels in 2017 at the alliance’s new headquarters, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Sunday. “We look forward to meet again in 2017 at our new headquarters in Brussels,” Stoltenberg said in Warsaw, where leaders had gathered to...

    Nato unites to keep pressure on Russia
    Jul09

    Nato unites to keep pressure on Russia

    Warsaw: Nato leaders united on Saturday behind a policy of deterrence and dialogue with Russia after launching the alliance’s biggest military revamp since the end of the Cold War to counter a resurgent Moscow. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at a summit in Warsaw that they “stand together” on Russia, with Nato’s eastern flank...

    Obama Reaffirms U.S. Commitment to European Security
    Jul09

    Obama Reaffirms U.S. Commitment to European Security

    President Barack Obama, at his last NATO summit before stepping down next January, pledged the United States’long-term military commitment to ensuring security in Europe and defending all its allies. Obama said the Western defense alliance had agreed on the most significant reinforcement of its collective defense since the Cold War by...

    Kremlin Paranoia Leads to Escalation in Spy War
    Jul09

    Kremlin Paranoia Leads to Escalation in Spy War

    Within a day of the Russian television channel NTV running footage of the assault on an American citizen by Russian security services just outside the doors of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, the U.S. State Department announced that it had expelled two Russian diplomats and had declared them persona non grata, just a little less than two weeks after...

    Under shadow of Brexit, Nato backing for Afghanistan and war on ISIL
    Jul09

    Under shadow of Brexit, Nato backing for Afghanistan and war on ISIL

    Amid solidarity with Afghanistan, stern discouragement of Russian meddling in the former Soviet bloc and pledges to combat ISIL, Nato last night completed a summit that was truly if unofficially dominated by Brexit.The 28-nation alliance, meeting in the Polish capital of Warsaw with a UAE delegation among the observers, agreed a range of measures...

    Barack Obama says Europe can ‘always’ count on US
    Jul09

    Barack Obama says Europe can ‘always’ count on US

    President Barack Obama on Saturday said that whatever the circumstances, European allies in NATO would always be able to rely on the United States. “In good times, and in bad, Europe can count on the United States. Always,” Obama said at the close of a two-day NATO summit in Warsaw which approved the alliance’s biggest military...

    Trudeau defends NATO mission, slams Russia’s ‘illegitimate’ actions
    Jul09

    Trudeau defends NATO mission, slams Russia’s ‘illegitimate’ actions

    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks with the media following the NATO summit in Warsaw, Poland Saturday July 9, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld WARSAW, Poland — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government was “extremely enthusiastic” about helping NATO in Eastern Europe, and that a display of force is essential to make sure...

    In good and bad, Europe can count on US, Obama says
    Jul09

    In good and bad, Europe can count on US, Obama says

    WARSAW — NATO leaders on Saturday agreed to face Russia with a mix of deterrence and dialogue, achieving a difficult consensus under U.S. leadership after a two-day summit, characterized by backroom compromise rather than bold conviction. “NATO is sending a clear message that we will defend every ally,” President Barack Obama said at the...