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Charles de Gaulle's observation that "a state has no friends" is rarely more readily understood than when the work of intelligence agencies is exposed.
Astrium, the world's second largest space company, and Raytheon signed a teaming agreement that formalizes the companies' plans to compete for the role as lead system engineers and integrators for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's Ballistic Missile Defense Program.
Tu-95 is the fastest propeller aircraft on Earth and the world's only production turboprop bomber.
A U.N. nuclear team will visit Libya this month to assess the safety of thousands of barrels of milled uranium - known as yellowcake - amid concerns about the country's deteriorating security situation, a U.N. official said on Monday.
Arab conspiracy theorists, be thrilled: the US pentagon has spent $8 trillion to guard Gulf oil and destabilize the Middle East The supreme tragedy is that the US has bankrupted itself ensuring military security for the oil-producing nations of the Gulf when oil production is destroying the world Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel was in the Gulf on ... (more)
Mirza Hussein, the deputy police chief for Shibar district, a volatile region in Bamyan province, Afghanistan, stands next to a window of his police station smashed by a rocket-propelled grenade.
Denmark is looking to co-operate with the UK and the US when it comes to the safety of Afghan interpreters The defence minister, Nick HA kkerup , told parliament that the Danish defence were cooperating with the British and Americans in solving the Afghan interpreter dilemma The defence minister, Nick Hkkerup , said this week that Denmark has an ... (more)
Talking to party workers and media persons at his residence on Sunday, the chief minister said the suspension of supplies by the US through the Torkham border after the protests by the PTI was their victory.
"The Cold War should be over for everyone" says Angela Merkel. What's specifically on the German Chancellor's mind is the current uproar in Ukraine over a government decision to forego a closer economic relationship with the European Union.
US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told American troops on Sunday that he supports a NATO force in Afghanistan after 2014, as Washington and President Hamid Karzai wrangle over a stalled security pact.
Plus, a dwindling number of marchers in Moscow demand the release of political prisoners, and Uzbekistan's first daughter runs into legal trouble at home.
Last week's presidential debate was supposed to cover foreign policy issues, but the ongoing market meltdown was too big to ignore.
The Red Cross has said hundreds of people have been killed in the Central African Republic.
U.S. military personnel for a Patriot missile battery stationed in Turkey's southeastern Gaziantep province was replaced on Saturday, Dogan News Agency reported.
US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel flew into Kabul on Saturday amid disagreement over whether he would meet the Afghan president, who has refused to sign an accord allowing NATO troops to stay in the country beyond next year.