The latest news on NATO
Insurgents are alternately stealing and destroying vital equipment and supplies bound for U.S. bases.
Polish Col. Ryszard Kuklinski passed thousands of pages of Soviet military documents to the West.
The Pentagon chief has blunt words for NATO, saying U.S. bears "disproportionate" share of mission.
Reinforcements should arrive in January, but until then, U.S. troops are trying to hold the line.
Officials have long list of issues to fix, from climate change to arms control, after rocky Bush years.
U.S. officials have urged Pakistan to follow a model used in Iraq, but the parallels are limited.
The Kremlin is less inclined to make nice, though the economic downturn may crimp Moscow's ambitions.
U.S. troops express concern that progress bought with their sweat and blood will be lost.
French foreign minister sees new opportunities.
Moscow lays down its political markers but doesn't want to upset business cooperation.