Latest "Stoltenberg" stories
US military readies to ‘walk and chew gum’ as multiple crises loom
Now, there’s a growing sense among national security experts that the crisis in Ukraine is just one of many conflicts on the precipice, putting pressure on the alliance and its member countries to address this threat and at the same time brace for the next one.
By Sebastian Sprenger and Joe Gould
NATO, Russia in high-level talks as Ukraine tensions simmer
The talks come during a U.S.-led effort to prevent preparations for what Washington believes could be a Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Ramstein Air Base to host new NATO space center
The United States, Russia and China have each heavily invested in space technology in recent years, though many of the activities are closely guarded secrets.
Germany floats a new NATO spending yardstick: 10 percent
Officials are pushing for a new yardstick to measure Berlin's contributions to NATO, suggesting the country could shoulder 10 percent of alliance requirements.
Italy to remove its air-defense assets from Turkey by year’s end
Officials said the departure had already been planned and had nothing to do with Turkey's offensive in Northern Syria, which was widely criticized in Europe.
By Tom Kington