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Troops and vehicles from every NATO member country are heading to Norway this month, and some of them are taking advantage of the trip to practice skills they've let slip after the Cold War.
NATO invited the Russians to watch its massive war games because they really want Moscow to get the message
Senior NATO commander Adm. James Foggo says he wants Russia to come observe NATO's largest exercise in nearly two decades because he wants to make sure Moscow receives the intended "strong deterrence message."
Russia’s submarines are showing they can strike deep inside Europe, and they’ve got the US Navy on edge
Western officials have warned repeatedly about Russia's increasingly sophisticated and active submarines, but it's what those submarines can do to land targets that may stir the most worry among those leaders and the US Navy.
A US service member has been killed in action in Afghanistan ahead of 17th anniversary of the war’s start
A US service member was killed in Afghanistan on Thursday in an unspecified incident that is under investigation. This loss comes just days ahead of the 17th anniversary of the start of the war in Afghanistan.
NATO is preparing to hold its "biggest exercises in many years," reportedly the largest joint military drills since the end of the Cold War. The drills will come just weeks after Russian and Chinese troops joined forces for Russia's massive war games.
Despite NATO's increasing focus on and preparation for cyberattacks, it's still not clear that the alliance has a unifying standard for defining what an attack is and how severe its effects are.
Macedonia may be stuck outside the EU and NATO after its people refused to change the country’s name
A referendum over the weekend on changing the name to North Macedonia failed because too few people voted. It was an attempt to break a diplomatic logjam keeping the country out of the regional power blocs of NATO and the European Union.
The Army is getting ready for a tough fight with a more capable enemy, and now 2 of its units are undergoing big changes
The Pentagon has shifted its focus to preparing for a potential fight with a peer or near-peer competitor, and the Army has been converting some units to boost the size and effectiveness of its armor.
NATO’s top officer says we’re living with ‘a more blurred line between peace and war’ — thanks to new Russian tactics
NATO has shifted its focus back to Eastern Europe to counter conventional threats posed by a more capable and ambitious Russia, but the challenges go beyond defeating Moscow on a traditional battlefield, the NATO chief said this month.
Poland says it’s willing to pay $2 billion to build ‘Fort Trump,’ and Trump sounds interested in the offer
Poland has a longstanding interest in closer security ties with the US, and in the years since Russia's incursion in Ukraine, that interest has grown — now Poland is willing to cough up the cash to pay for it.