Nato

Stoltenberg: Nato Summit Set For London On Dec. 3-4 

The next NATO summit will be held in London in December, marking the alliance's 70th anniversary, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday.    "The next summit of Allied leaders will take place on 3-4 December 2019 in London. ... I look...
Related topics: United Kingdom, London, Anniversaries

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France Wants To Deploy Air Defence System In Turkey Amid S-400 Spat

Turkey had long been looking for a supplier of air defence systems and in December 2017, finally set its gaze on Russia’s S-400. However, Ankara's decision stirred the ire of one of its NATO allies - the US.
Related topics: France, Turkey, Russia, Ankara

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How The West's War In Libya Spurred Terrorism In 14 Countries

Authored by Mark Curtis via ConsortiumNews.com, The first to suffer was Syria and since then the gruesome effects have been spreading to Africans and Europeans... Eight years on from NATO’s war in Libya in 2011, as the country enters a new phase...
Related topics: Terrorism, Libya, Syria

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Ex-nato General: Collapse Of The Inf Treaty Will Be A Disaster For Europe

Retired general Harald Kujat, who served as the Inspector General of Germany's Bundeswehr between 2000 and 2002 and Chairman of the NATO Military Committee from 2002 to 2005, has said in an interview with Sputnik that Europe, and especially Germany,...
Related topics: Germany, Military

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Us Commander Confirms: Al Qaeda Operating ‘across’ Afghanistan

Al Qaeda is operating "across the country" and not confined to one region, the commander of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan said.
Related topics: Al-qaeda, Afghanistan

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Dunford Cancels Nato Trip Due To 'unforeseen' Circumstances - Spokesperson

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - US Joint Chief of Staff Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford has cancelled his trip to NATO on Wednesday due to unforeseen commitments that require him to stay in Washington, Joint Staff spokesperson Navy Lt. Cmdr. Hayley Sims told...

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Macron In Hot Water Over Idea To Bar Non-eu States From Defence Contract Bids

The French President’s move has incensed other NATO countries, as US defence chiefs and Brussels diplomats warn that Macron’s stance could split the alliance and threaten security.
Related topics: Emmanuel Macron, Belgium, Brussels

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"a World Aching For Peace & Stability Can No Longer Afford Nato"

Authored by Jon Wight, op-ed via RT.com, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg calling for an end to the fighting in Libya is like an arsonist calling for the house he’s just burned to the ground to stop emitting smoke... For this reason it...
Related topics: Libya

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Nato Military Drills In Croatia: ‘real Countries’ Took Kosovo To Play War

Vladimir Sudar - The so-called Kosovo Army’s participation in NATO military drills in Croatia, according to a Serbian military expert, is a demonstration of the continuity of the policy that the Western centres of power have been carrying out for...
Related topics: Military, Croatia

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Side Effects Of Nato's Yugoslavia Campaign: Cancer, Sterility & Mental Disorders

Aleksandra Stanic - Serbia is planning to carry out scientific research on the effects of the 1999 NATO campaign in Yugoslavia and to prove that there's a connection between the deplorable public health trends and the damage caused by NATO bombs.
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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Turkey Rules Out Russian-made S-400 Integration With Nato Infrastructure

US officials earlier raised concerns that once the Russian system is incorporated into NATO’s defence structure, it could gain access to sensitive information, including on the F-35 jets which Turkey has also ordered, and pass this data on to...
Related topics: Turkey, Russia, Moscow

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Us Drone Conducts Reconnaissance Near Russia's Western Border – Reports

American and NATO surveillance aircraft have been repeatedly spotted flying close to either Russia’s borders or Russian military bases in Syria, with one of the latest ones mapped off the Crimean coast over the Black Sea.
Related topics: Drones, Russia, Military, Syria

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Nato At 70: Staying Transatlantic – Becoming More European

4 April 2019 marks the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Washington Treaty. In the seventy years since it was founded, the Alliance has played a crucial role in peace and stability. Our firm place within the transatlantic alliance underwrote...
Related topics: Anniversaries

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Huawei Chairman Says Ready To Sign 'no-spy' Deal With Uk

Chinese telecom giant Huawei is willing to sign a "no-spy" agreement with countries including Britain, the firm's chairman said on Tuesday, as the head of NATO said Britain must preserve secure mobile networks.
Related topics: Huawei, United Kingdom

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'cheaper To Buy A New One': Norway Discovers Sunken Frigate's True Repair Costs

Although raised and set afloat after four months underwater, the frigate Helge Ingstad, which sank following NATO drills in late 2018, is far from operational and still demands enormous investments.

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Uk Foreign Sec. Urges 'decisive' Boost In Defence Spending To Face Russia, China

Britain’s Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has used an annual speech in the City of London to encourage European countries to boost their defence expenditures to NATO to ensure fair burden-sharing.
Related topics: United Kingdom, Russia, China, London

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Us Again Attempting To Stop Delivery Of Russian S-400s To Turkey – Report

The issue of Turkey, a US NATO ally, buying Russian air defence systems has been straining relations between Washington and Ankara since December 2017, when the deal with Moscow was inked. The US claims that the Russian systems pose a threat to...
Related topics: Turkey, Ankara, Russia, Moscow

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Us Reportedly Warns Eu Against Developing Own Arms Projects, Exposing Nato Rift

US President Donald Trump has consistently criticised NATO, urging member states to boost their defence spending and accusing them of taking advantage of the United States. He, however, has been "very insulted" by European President Emmanuel...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Emmanuel Macron

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Destroyer Uss Gravely Equipped With Tomahawk Missiles Enters Gulf Of Finland

A group of NATO warships entered the Baltic Sea in April, approaching Russia’s borders multiple times. In particular, the USS Gravely was previously spotted about 50-60 kilometres from a Russian naval base in Baltiysk.
Related topics: Finland, Russia

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Washington Dissatisfied With Europe-wide Defence Policy - Reports

MADRID (Sputnik) - The US warned the European Union that the latter's defence plans jeopardise transatlantic integration of military industries and cooperation within the framework of NATO, El Pais newspaper reported, citing a letter of US...
Related topics: Spain, Madrid, Military

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