Should NATO be doing more to tackle the coronavirus?
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says the priority of the alliance is to prevent the health crisis from becoming a security crisis. Teri Schultz looks at whether it's already too late.
NATO pulls some troops out of Iraq amid Soleimani flare-up
NATO says it is temporarily moving some of its personnel out of Iraq due to tensions between the US and Iran in the region. The decision follows a similar move by Germany to withdraw some troops from the capital.
Hugh Grant's political charm offensive
The NATO summit in London means a diplomatic high wire act for the British prime minister. Boris Johnson is said to be dodging Donald Trump, for fear his endorsement wouldn't go down well with voters ahead of next week's election. Plus, Hugh Grant is knocking on doors and joining the political campaign to stop Brexit.
German parliament passes record budget
The German parliament has passed a record budget for 2020, including defense spending that will bring it closer to the NATO 2% goal. The new budget also includes the first measures in the government's "climate package."
Angela Merkel condemns Macron's 'drastic words' on NATO
After claims by the French president that NATO is "brain dead," German Chancellor Merkel said the military alliance is far from needing life support. She called NATO the cornerstone of German security.
NATO chief warns 'fight against IS is not over'
Jens Stoltenberg has warned that NATO must continue its fight against IS after the US withdrawal from Syria. He welcomed Germany's call for an international presence in Syria as a possible political solution.
Merkel backs Ukraine's Zelenskiy in Russia dispute
The Ukrainian president has vowed to push his country towards EU and NATO accession. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has backed his calls for maintaining sanctions against Russia.
US warns EU over €13-billion defense spending
The US has warned the European Union that plans to boost defense cooperation within the EU could undo decades of trans-Atlantic cooperation and damage NATO. The EU's foreign policy chief said US concerns were unfounded.