Is a Russia-NATO conflict in the making?
by Dimitar Bechev
by Inside Story
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Opinion24 Mar 2017 11:54 GMT
A potential defence deal between Turkey and Russia could enhance their military cooperation but would not mend ties.
Opinion20 Feb 2017 11:49 GMT
It's an uphill battle for the Trump administration to convince the EU that the US will not abandon its Western allies.
Europe18 Feb 2017 18:01 GMT
Speaking in Munich, Russian foreign minister calls NATO a Cold War relic while Pence pledges 'unwavering' US commitment.
Opinion17 Feb 2017 12:31 GMT
The Baltic states are again worried about Russia's intentions, but this time they are ready to defend themselves.
Europe17 Feb 2017 07:20 GMT
EU defence ministers agree to buy planes and submarines jointly and to open a new command centre for elite troops.
United States15 Feb 2017 21:30 GMT
Defence Secretary tells NATO that US will moderate its commitment, if fellow members do not increase military spending.
Politics12 Jan 2017 15:23 GMT
Russian government describes US military build-up in Eastern Europe as a 'factor destabilising European security'.
NATO07 Jan 2017 16:48 GMT
Hundreds of military vehicles to be transported to Eastern Europe in NATO build up that could increase Russia tensions.
Inside Story16 Dec 2016 20:16 GMT
Only five of 28 members meet current spending requirements, so is a future with Trump as US president reason for change?
Europe21 Nov 2016 17:20 GMT
Russian exclave to receive new S-400 and nuclear-capable Iskander missile systems in response to NATO's defence system.
Donald Trump19 Nov 2016 16:52 GMT
NATO leader Jens Stoltenberg says he is certain that Donald Trump will maintain a strong US commitment to NATO.
Afghanistan07 Nov 2016 05:25 GMT
Raids by US aircraft in Kunduz province killed more than 30 civilians, including many women and children, last week.
Afghanistan04 Nov 2016 07:49 GMT
Afghan officials say a NATO air strike killed at least 30 civilians, including women, children and babies, in Kunduz.
UpFront22 Oct 2016 09:53 GMT
"I don't think you can blame Hillary Clinton or NATO," says Anders Fogh Rasmussen on Libya's post-intervention collapse.
UpFront21 Oct 2016 19:39 GMT
Former NATO head Anders Fogh Rasmussen defends intervention against Gaddafi, and we debate Kurdish independence in Iraq.
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