Tue, Sep 23, 2014
When Anders Fogh Rasmussen took over at NATO, the alliance was struggling to contain a growing insurgency in Afghanistan, and some predicted it would soon follow its Cold War foe, the Soviet-led Warsaw Pact, into the dustbin of history.
NATOSource by John-Thor Dahlburg, AP
Thu, Aug 21, 2014
[I]t is important that NATO members see the alliance’s security guarantees as a two-way street, not only in bringing benefits in the form of extra security, but also responsibilities.
NATOSource by Bohuslav Sobotka, Foreign Policy
Thu, Aug 21, 2014
At NATO’s summit in Cardiff, Wales, Germany will be at the center of attention. Not because allies expect bold initiatives or major policy changes from Berlin, but because of Germany’s role as Europe’s undisputed leader.
NATOSource by Robin Allers
Tue, Aug 19, 2014
For the Baltic countries Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, the 2014 NATO Wales Summit marks a pivotal moment in the history of the Alliance.
NATOSource by Pauli Järvenpää
Fri, Aug 8, 2014
With NATO approaching its September summit in Wales, the time has come for Slovakia, Hungary, and the Czech Republic to join Poland in its efforts to bolster regional security and shape the future of the Visegrad countries’ eastern periphery.
NATOSource by Simona Kordosova
Wed, May 28, 2014
Western European military leaders and their counterparts in Washington will convene next week to hammer out the details of the White House’s recently unveiled postwar plan for Afghanistan.
NATOSource by Carlo Muñoz, US Naval Institute
Wed, Feb 26, 2014
NATO defense ministers will discuss plans for a complete withdrawal from Afghanistan by the end of 2014 should Afghanistan and the U.S. fail to reach agreement on a key long-term security deal, the alliance’s top official said Wednesday.
NATOSource by John Vandiver, Stars and Stripes