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Wednesday that current head Anders Fogh Rasmussen will stay in his post two months longer than previously expected to prepare and oversee the military alliance's next leaders summit in Britain in September. Rasmussen was initially due to complete his
Defence minister Thomas de Maiziere meets Afghan troops on Wednesday at camp Mazar-i-Sharif.
When the leaders of the European Union's 28 member states gather in Brussels for one of their regular summits on December 19 and 20, it will be the first time in five years that defense policy is on their agenda. In that interim, Europe's defense
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-led government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Pervez Rashid has said that the PTI is putting national interest on stake only to win some seats of councillors in the local government
Dilemma faces New Delhi as key strategic partner's request could alienate U.S. President Hamid Karzai will renew his request for Indian supplies of lethal military equipment during a scheduled visit to India later this week, highly placed Afghan
LAHORE: Representatives of Nato member countries requested Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan to reopen supply routes to Afghanistan via Pakistan,Express News reported on Monday.
The accord between Astrium, headquartered in France, and Raytheon was announced Monday and formalizes plans to become lead systems engineers and integrators for the program, Raytheon said. "With more than 30 years' experience in ballistic missiles
More than ten weeks after its general election, Germany continues to be without a new government. But, though the post-election coalition negotiations have been unusually prolonged, there is little disagreement between the parties over foreign and
All major battles begin with the promise to bring the boys home for Christmas...Recently, a political scientist in the Irish Times (29/11/2013), John Coakley, reminded us that a security apparatus complete with foreign policy is a sine qua non of a
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel insisted Saturday that the absence of a meeting between him Afghan President Hamid Karzai during his visit to Kabul didn't signal a falling-out over Karzai's delay in signing an accord on the two nations' relations after