IAF demand for 200 more planes rendered redundant by fall in conventional war, rise of cyberspace conflict
The fighter plane is a 100-year-old technology, having been first used in World War I in 1914.
NATO summit: Donald Trump claims victory after talks on defence spending commitments, Emmanuel Macron disagrees
Donald Trump hailed a personal victory at a NATO summit on 12 July, saying allies had sharply increased defence spending commitments after he provoked a crisis session with a tirade at European leaders
Donald Trump demands NATO members up defence spends to 4% of GDP: But how much are they actually spending?
Donald Trump at a NATO Summit, particularly in light of the caustic remarks he's made about the treaty organisation in the past, was always going to be explosive
At NATO Summit, Donald Trump slams Germany for 'inappropriate' gas deal with Russia, accuses Berlin of being Moscow's 'captive'
Germany has been a frequent target for Trump, who accuses the EU's largest economy of not spending enough on defence and freeloading on the back of the United States
NATO alliance stands strong with plans to curb Russian power, but no one knows what Donald Trump has up his sleeve
Though NATO has much to be triumphalist about, many leaders paradoxically appear anxious as they face Donald Trump, who brings with him tough talk on defence spending.
President Donald Trump wants the NATO countries to make a greater effort towards combating terrorism.
Kabul: Eight civilians killed in suicide attack on Nato convoy, days after Taliban threat of targeting govt personnel
A suicide bombing in the Afghan capital Kabul on Wednesday killed eight people and wounded at least 28, officials said, in an attack on a convoy of armored personnel carriers used by the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) led Resolute Support mission.
Donald Trump would travel to Brussels on 25 May on his first foreign trip to attend a meeting with leaders from Nato countries.
In other words, contrary to what the critics say, under the LEMOA, India will not fight America’s wars and the vice-versa
Nato leaders will aim on Thursday to show unity against Russia over the conflict in Ukraine, after France suspended delivery of a warship to Moscow despite a surprise peace plan put forward by the Kremlin.
Russia declared Nato a major "threat" on Tuesday after the Western military alliance announced plans to reinforce defences in eastern Europe because of the Kremlin's perceived stoking of war in Ukraine.
Ukraine called on Friday for full membership in NATO, its strongest plea yet for Western military help, after accusing Russia of sending in armored columns.
Nato (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) is not prepared to deal with a military threat from Russia, warned British MPs.
NATO suspended all practical cooperation with Russia on Tuesday in protest at its annexation of Crimea and ordered military planners to draft measures to strengthen its defences.