The latest news on NATO
U.S. marines are on the way, but much now depends on whether France sends reinforcements.
American forces try out new approaches against insurgents in forbidding Kunar province.
Facing resurgent Taliban, the Bush administration urges European allies to do more.
Studies by several groups reflect urgent concern, suggesting a possible revival of the Taliban.
The Iraq war boss, Army Gen. David Petraeus, wants to be NATO commander but would take Pacific Command as a second choice, we learn.
The diplomatic endgame raises tensions with Russia and the prospects for instability in the Balkans.
The Russian bear is back. Given his resentment of America, how scared should we be?
President Bush's schedule calls for heavy fundraising from now through the early part of the new year. But then foreign travel will take him out of the domestic political scene, according to White House insiders.
The challenges of confronting the Armenian genocide
Moscow's actions create anxiety among Europe's leaders.