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Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius discusses the importance of NATO and the military threat from Russia, saying that "we not in panic, but we are not relaxed."
CNBC's Willem Marx discusses Friday's NATO meeting and European security ties more broadly, with comments from Antonio Tajani, the European Parliament president.
Dane Chamorro, Control Risks, says South Korea faces risks on many dimensions, including trade relations with the U.S. and defense concerns with the North.
NATO has rescheduled a meeting to allow the U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to attend, downplaying concerns of a tense relationship.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says that "we develop our defense and military capabilities on Russian soil."
Russian President Vladimir Putin talks about accusations of military aggression, which he describes as "idle talk, suitable for media only."
Denmark will be keen to put to bed concerns about its relationship with the U.S. when its Prime Minister meets President Trump.
Former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt says that the Trump administration has settled in with "lots of empty holes" and that a Brexit trade deal within two years is "virtually impossible."
Danish Foreign Minster Anders Samuelsen says that the western Balkans, Syria and Libya were discussed at the International Arctic Forum.
Gudlaugur Thór Thórdarson, Icelandic minister for foreign affairs, says that security concerns are not impacting his country's relations with Russia at the International Arctic Forum.
Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron says that the British government's letter to trigger Article 50 did not adequately address the right issues: trade and security.
The Air Force's super-secret B-21 long-range strike bomber under development will feature flexible technology to stave off obsolescence.
A top military official testified Wednesday that Iran is one of the greatest threats to the U.S. and has increased its "destabilizing role."
U.S. satellites may be vulnerable to attacks that could make our whole way of fighting war riskier, according to experts.
When the Chinese president visits Trump, the politicians should make an announcement on North Korea. But they probably won't.
Satellite imagery indicates North Korea could be in the final stages of preparations for a sixth nuclear test.
China appears to have completed construction of infrastructure on artificial islands it has built in the South China Sea.
U.S. officials believe North Korea's latest test could be part of its program to develop an intercontinental ballistic missile.
John Park of the Belfer Center, Harvard University, talks about the U.S. denuclearization bid even as it protects its allies through the nuclear umbrella.
Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid discusses the importance of NATO and her country's relationship with its neighbor Russia.
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