U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday criticized French President Emmanuel Macron for his recent statement describing NATO as experiencing "brain death," saying the French leader's comment was a "nasty statement."Speaking alongside NATO Secretary
DONALD TRUMP has said NATO are making great progress “except with that country”, although he has not specified which country, after saying that President Macron's statement about NATO being "brain-dead" was a "a very nasty statement".
NATO tensions are set to reach breaking point at this week's summit in London as French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel clash over approach, but given their lacklustre defence spending – it seems France and Germany are
Nobody likes to hear that an old friend is "brain dead," so perhaps it's not surprising that France's allies seem to be going through the seven stages of grief over Emmanuel Macron's pronouncement last month that NATO is languishing.
EMMANUEL MACRON has become a disruptive figure within NATO in recent months, but his plans to elevate France's status both within the alliance and the EU have been in vain as German Chancellor Angela Merkel continues to thwart his efforts ahead of
FRENCH conservative MEP François-Xavier Bellamy on Saturday slammed President Emmanuel Macron’s recent “catastrophic” remarks on Nato, after the leader sparked consternation among allies after saying the defence alliance was experiencing “brain
Syria is set to top the agenda of talks Tuesday between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and French, British and German leaders on the sidelines of the London NATO summit. Ankara is facing criticism over its military operation into Syria
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is far from being brittle, but the alliance seems much less elastic than it once was. When its leaders gather this week in London they will need to stretch hard to bridge some of their differences.
As Britain prepares for the NATO leaders' meeting outside London December 3-4, the alliance said Thursday it had agreed to redistribute costs and cut the U.S. contribution to its central budget. NATO's central budget is relatively small at around