Los Angeles Times June 24, 2010 White House officials cite improved relations with Russia as one of their big foreign policy successes. Others, however, say the changes are mostly in tone rather than substance. more
Politico June 24, 2010 Washington is increasingly critical of Turkey, a “model partner” of the United States and NATO ally since 1952. more
EuropeanVoice.com June 24, 2010 The European Union’s member states have accepted demands by MEPs to amend a draft data-sharing agreement with the United States that has already been initialled. The changes to the so-called SWIFT agreement, named after the company that communicates data on electronic banking transfers, concern how the EU oversees data extraction by […]
The Telegraph June 24, 2010 The Taliban vowed the change in command would not halt their fight against foreign troops, as NATO marked a grim milestone with June becoming the deadliest month for its soldiers since the war began almost nine years ago.
The Washington Post June 23, 2010 SOFIA, Bulgaria — Bulgaria says it will send 65 more troops to the NATO-led force in Afghanistan in early September. more