The latest news on NATO
Moscow lays down its political markers but doesn't want to upset business cooperation.
He's seen as better than Bush, but not all disputes will just fade away.
The resurgent Taliban is drawing more U.S. forces into the battle.
Gen. David McKiernan says he needs more U.S. troops "as quickly as possible" to take on insurgents.
Diplomatic talks highlight the strain in relations over the Crimea region.
Ukraine fears that Moscow may try to use its military power to reclaim the strategic peninsula.
With its military assault on Georgia, Moscow signals that it shouldn't be regarded as a has-been.
NATO faces intense fighting 30 miles from Kabul.
The U.S. commander there, in an exclusive interview, calls for a further buildup to counter the Taliban
Georgia most likely won't make this list, but these five formerly Communist countries are now in NATO.