Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says UK has a duty to 'reassure' Baltic states of Nato support
Servicemen seen bulking up security at crucial bases on the Baltic peninsular
The US President said the 'Special Relationship' would endure, calling David Cameron 'an outstanding friend and partner'
'We have an increasingly unpredictable neighbour to the east which is strengthening its military capacity'
‘This will send a clear signal that Nato stands ready to defend any ally’
The vessel, Stary Oskol, is capable of carrying cruise missiles and torpedoes
There is no arcane historical legal argument but an embarrassing political case, in which three named Armenians – who are full US citizens – will assert their rights to land under the Incirlik Nato base in Turkey
Exercises includes night-time helicopter assault and the dropping of US paratroopers to build a temporary bridge over Poland's Vistula river
Former secretaries of state and defence say the UK cannot rely on the US once its power in Europe is ‘weakened’
The attackers were killed after carrying out the shooting and an investigation into the incident is underway
The Republican frontrunner said the jihadist group would disappear ‘very, very quickly’ under his presidency
The official training exercise was part of a plan to bolster NATO's presence in Eastern Europe
Commons Defence Committee says including things like war pensions and intelligence-gathering was the only way the Government was able to meet its pledge to abide by 2% of GDP target announced in last year's summer Budget
This week's meeting is also a victory for realism in foreign policy, on the part of east and west
There are times when an iconoclast speaks a truth that others are unprepared to face, and this is one of them
Reporter had pen - might have been dangerous, Trump asserts after campaign manager charged