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US Soldiers Nearly Drank Iceland’s Capital Dry

According to a bar owner in Iceland, bars had to bring in emergency beer reinforcements and the troops were partial to a cocktail named The Trash Can.
Mack Lamoureux
10.29.18
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Trump fist-bumped Turkey’s strongman Erdogan for “doing things the right way”

Turkey's leader feels no need to consult his own parliament on military spending.
Christianna Silva
7.16.18
NATO summit

Trump just tore into Germany for its Russia ties during a NATO breakfast

“They pay billions of dollars to Russia and we have to defend them against Russia.”
David Gilbert
7.11.18
russia

The Huge Panic About the Trump-Putin Summit Is Great for Russia

Of course, just meeting with Trump (again) is a win for his favorite strongman.
Mark Galeotti
7.5.18
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Trump is using U.S. troops as a bargaining chip to raise NATO defense spending

"This is no longer sustainable for us.”
David Gilbert
7.3.18
diplomacy

Canada stalls on new weapons for Iraq’s Kurds, after they routed ISIS

A Canadian shipment of grenade launchers and sniper rifles is in limbo, as the U.S. continues for support fighters who played a key role battling ISIS
Corbett Hancey
2.16.18
ΝΑΤΟ

Russia and NATO plan high-level meetings to prevent war

The last senior talks between the rivals took place in 2013.
Tim Hume
1.8.18
News

Canadian Forces Track Russian Subs as New Cold War Brews Under the Atlantic

NATO forces are reporting Russian submarine activity not seen “since the days of the Cold War.”
Ian Keddie
11.15.17
extremism

The Extreme Right Is Increasingly Organized, Globalized and Winning Over Gen-Z

A new study suggests the far right is one step ahead of efforts to counter its message.
Mack Lamoureux
10.23.17
russia

Europe and Russia are conducting massive rival war games

Tim Hume
9.14.17
Photography

Photos of American Troops Fighting an Imaginary Enemy in a Romanian Field

The Romanian border is completely safe – as long as the weather holds.
Mihnea Lazăr
6.16.17
MILITARY

Canada announces more than $60 billion in new defence spending

Special forces, armed drones, and cyberwar are all a part of Ottawa's new defence plan
Justin Ling
6.7.17
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