Russian Defense Minister Uses Stage at Chinese Military Forum to Accuse US of Fueling Tensions
By Simina Mistreanu
Sergei Shoigu also accused NATO of trying to expand its footprint in the Asia-Pacific under the pretense of seeking dialogue and collaboration with regional countries.
6 Myths about NATO’s Engagement in the Indo-Pacific
By TSURUOKA Michito
No matter where you stand, at least get the facts straight.
South Korea’s Yoon Pushes for Strong Resolve Against North’s Nuclear Ambitions at NATO Summit
By Hyung-jin Kim
Yoon Suk-yeol will attend the annual NATO summit being held this year in Vilnius, Lithuania, on July 11-12 as part of a two-nation trip that includes a stop in Poland.
A NATO Office in Japan: Much Ado About Not Much
By Jean-Loup Samaan
Speculations surrounding the impact of the proposed NATO office in Tokyo are wildly overhyped.
Sensing Opportunities, China Weighs Its Diplomatic Options in Europe
By Joseph Webster
Beijing is trying to drive a wedge between the U.S. and Europe, hedging against an unlikely but possible Russian military collapse.
Japan and NATO: An Inevitable Partnership?
By James Kaizuka
Japan may not be located in the North Atlantic, but it and NATO are natural partners with increasingly overlapping interests and with much to offer each other.
NATO’s China Challenge
By Michael Trinkwalder
Despite, or rather because of, the Russia-Ukraine War, the West finally appears willing to take on the challenge of a rising China – perhaps even in the Indo-Pacific.
Global NATO Takes Shape Ahead of US-ASEAN Meet
By Luke Hunt
Democracies on the edge in Southeast Asia likely face difficult choices in the years to come.
The Afghan Interpreters Turkey Left Behind
By Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska
Two months after the Taliban takeover became a reality, interpreters who worked for Turkish forces are still in Afghanistan with no clear exit plan.
Will Turkey Keep Providing Security for the Afghan Capital’s Airport?
By Catherine Putz
After NATO withdrawals, Ankara may continue to provide security for Hamid Karzai International Airport, but only if certain conditions are met.
How Can India Cooperate With NATO?
By Krzysztof Iwanek
In its relations with NATO, New Delhi will strive to eat the Chinese cake and keep the Russian one.
NATO Chief Dismisses Early Pullout of Afghan Troop Trainers
By Associated Press
"Our presence in Afghanistan is conditions based, and Taliban has to meet their commitments," NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said.