‘Russian combat soldiers…are operating inside Ukraine’s sovereign territory’
Highest-ranking U.S. official killed in the war so far
‘To maintain European dependence on imported Russian gas’
‘Events show that what is needed is a re-pivot’
Ukraine could be a centerpiece of a new Russian empire, or the key to its undoing.
The rules say it can’t join with Crimea unresolved anyway, but aside from that, it would risk intensifying the conflict.
A credible threat of force is the only way to deter the increasingly belligerent Vladimir Putin.
Missile defense is the key to unlocking international cooperation.
In addition to Clinton’s apology for 24 dead Pakistani troops, the Obama administration will ask Congress to pay Pakistan $1.2 billion
Wednesday was the deadliest day for civilians in Afghanistan this year
U.S. drone air strike targets Sakhr al-Taifi, a Saudi national working in Afghanistan
NATO’s much-anticipated summit is producing little in the way of concrete policy.
‘We should have abolished NATO at the end of the Cold War … at the end of the Cold War, sure’
The Republic of Macedonia is being unfairly excluded from the NATO alliance.
‘This is some of the worst state sponsored violence since the Balkans’
The NATO chief echoed the Obama administration’s stay-the-course theme on Afghanistan
‘We will never allow any third country to use any NATO facility. Our position will be even more clear if it is particularly Israel’
NATO has decided to protect the airspace of Baltic members Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania with fighter jets