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NATO in Afghanistanupdated: Tue Jul 21 2009 13:25:00

CNN's Becky Anderson sits down with NATO Secretary General Jaap De Hoop Scheffer to talk about the mission in Afghanistan.

NATO, Russia to resume military relationshipupdated: Sat Jun 27 2009 19:11:00

NATO and Russia have agreed to restart their military relationship, nearly a year after it had been frozen over the war in Georgia, the top NATO official said on Saturday.

NATO's futureupdated: Fri Apr 03 2009 13:28:00

NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer talks to CNN about Afghanistan and who's next in line for his job.

Report: Dane in running for NATO top jobupdated: Fri Apr 03 2009 12:23:00

The Danish prime minister has told his party he is a candidate for NATO's top job, a spokeswoman for the party told Danish TV on Friday.

Arctic thaw raises security concerns for NATOupdated: Thu Jan 29 2009 04:52:00

NATO representatives and lawmakers from alliance nations will meet in Iceland Thursday to discuss security challenges that are likely to arise as the Arctic Circle thaws. Georgia President Eager to Join NATOupdated: Mon Sep 15 2008 10:00:00

Georgia's president says he hopes a visit from NATO's chief will accelerate his nation's drive to join the Western alliance

Breakaway region asks Russia to recognize independenceupdated: Wed Aug 20 2008 13:23:00

One of Georgia's breakaway regions has asked Russia to recognize independence, according to a report by the Russian news agency Interfax.

NATO: Russia not honoring cease-fire termsupdated: Wed Aug 20 2008 02:53:00

NATO has accused Russia of failing to honor the full terms of the cease-fire agreement brokered by the European Union last week aimed at ending the fighting in Georgia.

CNNMoney: Oil up on expected drop in gas supplyupdated: Tue Aug 19 2008 14:54:00

Oil prices bounced back Tuesday as the dollar weakened and investors worried that a predicted fall in gasoline supplies could cause refineries to step up crude use.

Pakistan: Deadly U.S. strike won't hurt relationshipupdated: Fri Jun 13 2008 06:15:00

The U.S. airstrike which killed 11 Pakistani troops near the Afghan-Pakistan border Tuesday will not interfere with the countries' strategic partnership, Pakistan's U.S. ambassador says. NATO Spurns New Membersupdated: Thu Apr 03 2008 13:55:00

NATO decides not to put Georgia and Ukraine on track to join the alliance, but pledged that they will join one day

NATO chief: Afghan troop increase likelyupdated: Wed Apr 02 2008 12:08:00

NATO leaders are likely to approve an increase in troop deployments to Afghanistan, the head of the military alliance said Wednesday.

Bush seeks support in Afghanistanupdated: Wed Apr 02 2008 12:08:00

Bush seeks NATO support for missile defense plan and troops for Afghanistan. CNN's Robin Oakley reports.

Greek name fury threatens NATO bidupdated: Mon Mar 03 2008 18:26:00

NATO's secretary-general said Monday that Macedonia's hope of joining the military alliance could be dashed if it fails to settle a 17-year-old name spat with Greece, a long-time NATO member.

NATO warning over Kosovo violenceupdated: Fri Dec 07 2007 09:36:00

The head of NATO promised stern action Friday against any groups seeking a return to violence in the Balkans, after government officials in Serbia raised the specter of war against Kosovo.

NATO signals new Afghan approachupdated: Wed Nov 29 2006 06:12:00

NATO leaders meeting in the Latvian capital Riga have agreed to ease some restrictions governing rules of engagement in Afghanistan, but only in emergency situations.

Afghanistan to top NATO talksupdated: Fri Nov 24 2006 05:50:00

When graphic artists were drawing NATO's symbol in 1953 -- a compass and a circle -- the world was operating under the cloud of a Cold War.

Top Croat war crime suspect heldupdated: Thu Dec 08 2005 09:35:00

A longtime Croatian war crimes fugitive wanted for crimes during the Balkan wars has been arrested in Spain, according to the office of the prosecutor in the Hague.

Russia, NATO sign military dealupdated: Thu Apr 21 2005 07:13:00

NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov have signed an agreement that will allow joint military exercises and eventually a joint military capability.

Bush wins NATO help to train Iraqi forcesupdated: Tue Feb 22 2005 02:42:00

NATO leaders agreed Tuesday to help the United States train Iraqi forces, President Bush said at the latest stop on his three-nation tour of Europe.

Powell: Iraq abductions could deter nationsupdated: Fri Jul 30 2004 02:08:00

U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell Friday acknowledged the rash of kidnappings throughout Iraq could deter countries from participating in Iraq's reconstruction and security.

Bush, NATO focus on Iraqupdated: Sun Jun 27 2004 03:30:00

President Bush arrived Sunday in Istanbul to attend the NATO summit with hopes of persuading the international body to help train Iraqi forces after Iraqis officially take control of their country on Wednesday.

Analysis: NATO must calm Russia fearsupdated: Fri Apr 02 2004 05:14:00

All of NATO's diplomacy skills will be needed to calm the fears of Russia over the military alliance's eastward expansion, analysts say.

Larger NATO facing 'new threats'updated: Fri Apr 02 2004 02:26:00

Seven eastern European countries have been welcomed into NATO as the military alliance said it was turning its attention to new challenges and threats.

Macedonian president's body foundupdated: Fri Feb 27 2004 00:44:00

Rescuers have recovered the body of Macedonia's president and eight others killed in a plane crash in a remote and mountainous region of Bosnia, a NATO spokesman has said.

Trajkovski: Macedonia's peacemakerupdated: Thu Feb 26 2004 08:38:00

Macedonian President Boris Trajkovski, who has died in a plane crash, was a moderate credited for helping to unite his ethnically divided country amid the bubbling, often bloody politics of the Balkans.

NATO chief open to greater military role in Iraqupdated: Fri Jan 30 2004 12:37:00

The new NATO secretary-general said he believes the Atlantic alliance would be open to a request for a greater military commitment in Iraq after the country regains its sovereignty this summer.

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