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4 days ago
NATO said there would be "consequences" for Russia if it launches an invasion of Ukraine. Russia, meanwhile, warned the West to stear clear of Moscow's "red lines."
30 Nov
Can NATO strike the right balance of force and diplomatic fortitude to make the Kremlin back off? Aboard the British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, Teri Schultz tees up a key meeting of foreign ministers in Riga.
16 Nov
The military alliance has urged Russia to be "transparent about its military capabilities" on its border with Ukraine. Meanwhile, Germany has called on Moscow to exercise "restraint."
27 Oct
Several EU member states are seeking a bloc-wide rapid reaction force. NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg says the defense efforts should not duplicate existing structures.
21 Sep
It’s a big moment for Germany: Chancellor Angela Merkel is due to end her 16-year stint at the head of government of the EU's biggest economy. In this edition of Talking Europe, we speak to one of Angela Merkel's close CDU party allies, German MEP David McAllister.
22 Aug
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says Afghanistan's "situation is extremely serious and unpredictable" after the Tabiban takeover and that what is happening in the country "is a tragedy".
21 Aug
DW presents a timeline of US and NATO activity in Afghanistan over the recent decades and the causes that led up to it.
19 Aug
The US withdrawal and rapid deterioration of the security situation in Afghanistan has prompted criticism among some NATO alliance members.
3 Jul
Afghan immigrants living in the German city of Hamburg are wary of the deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan. They told DW that the Taliban's gains have dashed their hopes of returning to their country one day.
19 Jun
Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer called allegations of racist and antisemitic behavior "a slap in the face of all those who serve our country." The soldiers were in Lithuania as part of a NATO mission.
16 Jun
NATO leaders issued a lengthy communique from their Brussels summit, touching on everything from China to Russia, Iran to Afghanistan, and climate change to outer space.
4 Jun
Thousands of Aghan interpreters are fearing for their lives, after NATO announced its forces are withdrawing from Afghanistan. Under threat of reprisals from the Taliban, they’re demanding to be resettled in the countries that employed them -- and with troops already leaving, the clock is ticking.

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