Since 1987, Europe has been off limits for medium-range missiles. Russia — and now the United States — seems ready to tear up that detente.
Not many people noticed it, but last month, NATO made a dramatic change in its cyber policy.
NATO and the United States are confronting years of neglect of their submarine-detecting capabilities, while Russia has pulled even.
With tensions worsening between the two countries, Russia’s massive military exercise is firing a couple thousand warning shots at a reluctant ally.
A made-up nation created for Belarusian-Russian military drills has sparked the national imagination.
The Trump administration sidelines another experienced State Department official.
Trump’s “new approach” isn’t new at all, but it’s the least worst option.
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland are bracing for the appearance of up to 100,000 Russian troops in Belarus and western Russia.
Across Eastern Europe, Moscow and the transatlantic alliance are staging large-scale exercises to show they mean business
Russia staged a failed coup in the small republic. Lawmakers worry they will try again.