The Defence Secretary initially hailed the partnership ‘a fundamental bedrock for the United States’ before changing his tone in a behind-closed-door briefing – which subsequently became the official US line
The retired general accused some nations of ignoring threats from Russia and Isis
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says 'compliance with arms control agreements is of great importance and especially when it comes to treaties covering nuclear weapons'
Brexit and the election of Donald Trump leaves global institutions in an increasingly fragile state, says expert
Jean-Pierre Raffarin is concerned the US administration is targeting individual EU states for British-style bilateral deals to test the solidarity of the bloc
US President is scheduled to meet other alliance leaders in May
British troops are deployed in Estonia and Poland
The Prime Minister faces an uphill battle to convince EU leaders she can help them work with a US President who horrifies them
Scandinavian country describes move as 'historic'
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'Should the world just say "OK Mr Trump, you're a big man you can do what you want"' presenter asks
David Cameron's military policy failures mean he must be ruled out of the running in the race to become the next Nato chief, the Tory chairman of the Defence Select Committee has said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman speaks of his concern over the Nato deployment, saying Poland ‘is not even a European state’
The Minister for the Armed Forces said the Labour leader's spokesperson's comments showed Labour 'cannot be trusted with Britain's national security'
Jens Stoltenberg warns of cyber attacks against 'many Nato allies'
The Shadow Defence Secretary says backing for Nato is a ‘red line’ – after the Labour leader suggests sending troops to Estonia is increasing tensions with Russia