Tagged With Eastern Europe

'Twilight of Democracy' author Anne Applebaum on the rise of authoritarianism, the dangerous power of conspiracy theories, and why she signed the 'Harper's letter'

The US Army is sending 20,000 troops across the Atlantic to see if they have the 'bandwidth' to fight a major war

US allies worried about pricey weapons should look at what Russia's doing, the Navy's top officer in Europe says

Elon Musk just discovered that Chad and Romania have almost identical flags — but they're not the only lookalikes

'We're getting a lot better': The head of the US Navy's newest fleet says it can counter one of Russia's favourite tactics

As Russia stokes tensions with Ukraine, it's trying to gain a military edge over NATO elsewhere in Europe

As NATO gets ready for its biggest military exercise in years, things are heating up closer to Russia

NATO's top officer says we're living with 'a more blurred line between peace and war' — thanks to new Russian tactics

Russia is getting ready for its biggest war games since the Cold War — a potential sign they're worried about NATO

The US Air Force is spending big to upgrade bases near Russia and testing out a 'base in a box' to make it easier

Poland really wants the US Army there permanently to 'scare away' Russia, and it's willing to pay for it

NATO forces are relearning the lessons of the Cold War to face Russian threats

Russia is warning NATO about exercises in Eastern Europe — the type of training Trump has said he could end at Putin's request

Trump reportedly is joking about pulling the US military out of NATO, and no allies are laughing

NATO may make major changes to its command structure amid ongoing tensions with Russia

Russia is training to take control of Belarus' military in case war breaks out with the West

Russia took a jab at NATO on Twitter for close calls in the skies over Eastern Europe

Russian and NATO pilots are testing each other's wills in the skies above Eastern Europe

Russia has a way to reduce NATO's combat power, and Norway appears to be 'breaking a taboo' to deal with it

14 people, including 2 Russians, charged with attempted coup in Montenegro