An American defense industry player has barged into a deal between Israel and Germany, challenging the agreement with an appeal of the tender process.
NATO invites Israel to open a permanent office at its headquarters in Brussels - a major diplomatic upgrade for the Jewish State.
Taliban terrorists reminded Americans what happens when the US acts in the Middle East. Suicide bombers attacked a US base in Afghanistan. No U.S. soldiers were killed, but Obama’s foreign policy in danger.
Brig. Gen. Tevet-Wiesel spoke to global military representatives on the IDF’s opportunities for women, which are considered advanced relative to those of other armies.
Seagull provides navies with a true force multiplier, delivering enhanced performance to naval operations, reducing the risk to human lives and dramatically reducing procurement and operating costs.
"In these circumstances, the traditional adage that the enemy of your enemy can be regarded as your friend no longer applies," writes Kissinger. "In the contemporary Middle East, the enemy of your enemy may also be your enemy."
Four long-range Russian cruise missiles reportedly crashed in Iran Wednesday as they flew overhead towards Syria.
Should we be a little disturbed when the Obama Administration is recruiting a veteran GW Bush hand to support its war plans?
The U.S. is finally getting serious about fighting ISIS terrorists. It's President Obama's final year in office.
While Pres. Obama nurses a grudge and looks for new ways to pick a fight with Israel, a cataclysm is building in the Middle East.
Kerry believes if he only tried hard, focused fiercely and slept hardly at all, he could get things done.
“I think peace is only possible, when none of the parties to the conflict think they can win. "
Turkey begins to dial down its outrage as Moscow raises hostilities and brings more military hardware closer to the Syrian-Turkish border.
Turkey has released a recording of the warning broadcast to the Russian warplane before shooting it down.
Russia is creating obstacles for Turkish exporters and is blocking Turkish trucks at its borders.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is furious after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet; he accused Ankara of a "stab in the back."
Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas told The New York Times he would be willing to allow a U.S.-led NATO force to patrol a Palestinian...
The NATO secretary-general urged his fellow member state defense ministers to "keep up the momentum."
Belgium's capital city remains at the highest alert level 4, but the rest of the country has reduced its guard slightly now to level 3.
US-Turkey relations have so deteriorated after the coup that Washington no longer trusts Ankara with the nuclear weapons.
Israeli Defense Minister Liberman met with Russia's FM Lavrov on the sidelines of the conference.
Foreign Ministry Director Dore Gold heads to Turkey for talks following the terror attack in Istanbul.
As pro-Russian separatists eat up town after town in eastern Ukraine, the Kremlin is closely monitoring NATO’s reaction – and the White House response.
The IDF paratroopers are participating in joint training with the 173rd Brigade of the European Command of the US Army.
Secy-Gen. Stoltenberg to Lithuanian PM: "With NATO you will never lose that independence."
The United States condemns Istanbul terror attack that kills two (Israeli dual citizen) Americans.
Saudi Arabia has vowed to "confront and deal with this terrorist aggression."
Israel sent one team to help with logistics and two firefighting planes to battle the massive blaze.
The gravity of the situation between Turkey and Russia is growing by the hour; NATO is to meet about the incident, but both Russian pilots are dead.
Belgian authorities have ramped up the terror threat to Level 4 in Brussels -- the highest possible -- and closed down the metro.