Republican Donald Trump said on Monday he would work closely with Nato allies to defeat Islamic State militants if he wins the White House, reversing an earlier threat that the United States might not meet its obligations to the Western military
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said he might abandon Nato's guarantee of mutual defence and would renegotiate or scrap the Nafta trade deal if he is elected, drawing fire from some senior Republicans and his Democratic rival.
The United States said on Friday that continued aggression by Russia would provoke a response by Nato and a greater alliance presence in Eastern Europe.
"What we are demonstrating is that if Russia continues this pattern of a
France-based Thales, a leader in electronic systems, said that it was awarded a Nato contract to supply 13 secure modems and the new NetIP solution for optimising network traffic.
The Modem 21 (M21) products will be installed at N
Turkey has adjusted its military rules of engagement to allow Nato allies to carry out more patrol flights along its border with northern Syria, a Turkish official said on Tuesday.
"Some Nato countries, especially Britain, co
A major cyber attack could trigger a collective response by Nato, its secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said in an interview published by Germany's Bild newspaper on Thursday.
"A severe cyber attack may be classified as
Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday that a fragile truce in Syria appeared to be largely holding but the alliance was concerned by a Russian military build-up in Syria.
France, though, said it had information ab
Nato allies agreed on Friday to send aircraft and ships to Turkey to strengthen Ankara's air defences on its border with Syria, the alliance's chief said.
Diplomats said the package is partly designed to avoid more shoot-d
Turkey's premier dismissed on Monday any suggestion that Ankara should apologise for shooting down a Russian warplane in its airspace last week, after winning strong Nato support for the right to defend itself.
Nato said it was prepared to send troops to Turkey to defend its ally after violations of Turkish airspace by Russian jets bombing Syria and Britain scolded Moscow for escalating a civil war that has already killed 250,000 people.