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U.S. brass says ‘few thousand’ more troops needed in Afghanistan, hints Russia backing Taliban
The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan said Thursday he needs a “few thousand” more troops to better accomplish an integral part of the mission, and he complained that Russian meddling is complicating
22 civilians reported killed in joint U.S.-Afghan airstrike in Helmand
Afghan officials and local residents said Sunday that 22 civilians, mostly women and children, were killed during a joint operation carried out by U.S. and Afghan forces last week in the southern
As Balkan tensions mount, Serbia to get Russian fighter jets, armor
Serbia’s defense minister said Sunday the country is getting a shipment of Russian fighter jets, supplies that could worsen tensions with neighboring states. Defense Minister Zoran Djordjevic said
Mattis warns NATO: Start paying your fair share on defense or the U.S. will “moderate its commitment”
“Americans cannot care more for your children’s security than you do.”
Trump's changed stance on Nato, will he sober up about IMF and WTO? | Barry Eichengreen
A reality check may force the US president to climb down on his ‘America first’ rhetoric and see the merit of international bodiesDonald Trump did not assume the US presidency as a committed
Report: Kremlin tells Russian media to back off on fawning Trump coverage
“They won’t pour buckets of criticism on Trump, they just won’t talk about him much.”
In Europe, Pence says U.S. will hold Russia accountable
Vice President Mike Pence vowed Saturday that the United States will “hold Russia accountable” even as President Donald Trump searches for new common ground with Moscow at the start of his presidency.
Pence pays visit to Dachau Nazi concentration camp site
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence paid a somber visit to the site of the Dachau concentration camp on Sunday, walking along the grounds where tens of thousands of people were killed during World War II.
Donald Trump’s Demands on NATO Defense Spending Are Driving a Wedge Into Europe
The European Union may not feel much like a family these days, but its leaders do tend to bicker like one over questions of money and pride, especially when they have a grumpy uncle named Donald Trump
Watch Mike Pence Calm the Nerves of Frazzled Europeans
The U.S. isn't looking forward to more Brexit reruns after all.
Pence to NATO: You’d better step up your game by Christmas, folks
"It is time for actions, not words."
Pence tries to reassure wary EU, NATO of U.S. support, says Flynn disappointed him
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence moved Monday to assuage European Union fears about the strength of Washington’s support for the union and its commitment to European security through the NATO military
Pence Goes To Brussels To Clean Up After Trump
Vice President Mike Pence began his Trump clean up operation today, at first stating that he was disappointed in Gen. Flynn not telling the truth and then scolding NATO to step it up and pay their
NATO general assures Kosovo troops will stay for as long as needed
A senior NATO commander has assured Kosovo that the military alliance will maintain troops in the Balkan country “for as long as it’s necessary.” NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander for Europe, Gen.
Donald Trump Says He Wants the U.S. Nuclear Arsenal to Be ‘Top of the Pack’
Russia currently has around 7,300 nuclear weapons, while the U.S. stockpile stands at 6,970
Merkel: Yeah, I guess we should spend that extra money on defense after all
Not giving direct credit to Trump, but…
The Worst Performance of Trump’s Presidency Now Belongs to the Press Corps
By the time Mitt Romney selected him to be his running mate in 2012, Paul Ryan (then chairman of the House Budget Committee) had already cultivated a reputation within Washington’s political press
Report: Trump putting potential diplomatic deal with Russia on the back burner
Russia has deployed INF-banned missile to threaten U.S., NATO installations in Europe: general
A senior U.S. general on Wednesday accused Russia of deploying a land-based cruise missile in violation of “the spirit and intent” of a nuclear arms treaty and charged that Moscow’s intention is to
Serbia expected to get Russian fighter jets before poll as Balkan tensions mount
Serbia’s defense minister has said that the country is expecting Russian President Vladimir Putin’s approval for the delivery of fighter jets, which could worsen tensions with neighboring states.