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Russia to set up joint air defence system with ex-Soviet allies, including Kazakhstan

Russia continues working on setting up a joint air defence system with all of its ex-Soviet military allies, including Kazakhstan.

Russia to set up joint air defence system with ex-Soviet allies, including Kazakhstan
Estonia PM questions Baltic plan to price Soviet occupation
Estonia PM questions Baltic plan to price Soviet occupation

Estonia's premier raised doubts Friday about the decision of three Baltic states to calculate how much money they lost under some 50 years of Soviet occupation.

Estonia PM questions Baltic plan to price Soviet occupation
Egypt's Sisi calls for NATO help in Libya 'vacuum'
Egypt's Sisi calls for NATO help in Libya 'vacuum'

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi called for NATO powers to help rebuild Libya, beset by violence since an uprising backed by the Western military alliance toppled leader Moamer Kadhafi.

Egypt's Sisi calls for NATO help in Libya 'vacuum'
NATO warns Russian action in Syria risks "an incident"
NATO warns Russian action in Syria risks "an incident"

NATO voiced concern that Russia's air attacks in Syria creates the risk of "an incident getting out of control," as Moscow and the US-led international coalition pursue different military objectives in the country.

NATO warns Russian action in Syria risks "an incident"
Montenegro PM optimistic over bid to join NATO this year
Montenegro PM optimistic over bid to join NATO this year

Montenegro's premier expressed optimism that the tiny Balkan country would join NATO by the year's end, after the chief of the military alliance visited Podgorica and commended its reforms.

Montenegro PM optimistic over bid to join NATO this year
NATO welcomes US Afghan troop commitment
NATO welcomes US Afghan troop commitment

NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg said he welcomed President Barack Obama's decision to keep US troops in Afghanistan longer than planned as part of a "crucial" effort to support Kabul.

NATO welcomes US Afghan troop commitment
NATO head sees 'troubling escalation' of Russian activity in Syria
NATO head sees 'troubling escalation' of Russian activity in Syria

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said there had been a "troubling escalation" in Russian military activity in Syria, after Moscow dramatically expanded its air campaign.

NATO head sees 'troubling escalation' of Russian activity in Syria
NATO chief worried about Russian military build-up in Syria
NATO chief worried about Russian military build-up in Syria

NATO General Philip Breedlove expressed concern Monday about the strength of Russia's military build-up in northwestern Syria and the apparent creation of a defensive "bubble" in the Mediterranean.

NATO chief worried about Russian military build-up in Syria
Russia still arming Ukraine rebels despite truce: NATO chief
Russia still arming Ukraine rebels despite truce: NATO chief

Russia is still sending weapons to separatist rebels battling the Ukrainian government despite a fresh truce in the war-torn east of the country.

Russia still arming Ukraine rebels despite truce: NATO chief
NATO opens training centre in Georgia amid Russia tensions
NATO opens training centre in Georgia amid Russia tensions

NATO opened a training centre in Georgia as the ex-Soviet country eyes closer partnership with the Western military alliance amid tensions with Russia.

NATO opens training centre in Georgia amid Russia tensions
NATO vows solidarity with Turkey over Islamic State
NATO vows solidarity with Turkey over Islamic State

NATO strongly backed Turkey's fight against Islamic State militants in Syria at emergency talks.

NATO vows solidarity with Turkey over Islamic State
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Russia revises navy doctrine over NATO's 'inadmissible' expansion

Russia aims to boost the strategic positions of its navy on the Black Sea and seek to maintain an Atlantic and Mediterranean presence.

Russia revises navy doctrine over NATO's 'inadmissible' expansion
NATO says Iran nuclear deal 'historic breakthrough'
NATO says Iran nuclear deal 'historic breakthrough'

NATO hailed the Iran nuclear deal as a "historic breakthrough" that would strengthen global security, but urged Tehran to comply with the terms of the accord.

NATO says Iran nuclear deal 'historic breakthrough'
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NATO keeps mum on 'Baltic brigade' request: Lithuania

NATO has vowed to hold "continuous" military exercises in eastern Europe to deter Russia but has yet to respond to a request by Baltic states for a permanent brigade.

NATO keeps mum on 'Baltic brigade' request: Lithuania
NATO warns of risk of heavy fighting in Ukraine
NATO warns of risk of heavy fighting in Ukraine

NATO head Jens Stoltenberg warned there was still a risk of heavy fighting in Ukraine and urged Russia to halt its support for pro-Moscow rebels.

NATO warns of risk of heavy fighting in Ukraine
Pentagon chief to seek greater NATO support on Europe trip
Pentagon chief to seek greater NATO support on Europe trip

US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter will visit his European counterparts this week to take stock of cooperation with NATO.

Pentagon chief to seek greater NATO support on Europe trip
NATO flexes muscles in Poland war games
NATO flexes muscles in Poland war games

NATO flexed its muscles in Poland during the first full drill of its new spearhead force, a structure designed to boost security on its eastern flank.

NATO flexes muscles in Poland war games
NATO says implementing 'biggest' defence boost since Cold War
NATO says implementing 'biggest' defence boost since Cold War

NATO head Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday the alliance was implementing its biggest defence reinforcement since the Cold War.

NATO says implementing 'biggest' defence boost since Cold War
Russia must defend itself if 'threatened': Putin
Russia must defend itself if 'threatened': Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia would have to defend itself if threatened, adding that NATO is "coming to its borders".

Russia must defend itself if 'threatened': Putin
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Public in NATO countries against arming Ukraine: poll

A majority of citizens from eight NATO countries are against sending arms to Ukraine to help battle pro-Russian separatists.

Public in NATO countries against arming Ukraine: poll