He said the deal would ensure the "long-term security of Afghanistan."
What is our common interest? And how effective will be air strikes be?
The alliance continues to ensure the peace and prosperity on the European continent.
He said the U.S. and Europe would "broaden and deepen" measures, downplaying a cease-fire.
The U.S. has a major strategic decision to make.
Secretary-General Rasmussen did not call the action an invasion, though.
Despite this tragedy, the battlefield remains the same as it was before the crash.
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Obama said members' defense cuts may have weakened the alliance.
The Hill obtained an advance copy of a speech he will give Wednesday.
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The action by armed men comes as Russian troops are ordered to Ukraine's border.
The Obama administration must move beyond merely offering words of support to Ukraine.
The official declined to identify the countries that are sending Ukraine weapons.
Earlier, Obama had spoken only of making ISIS "a manageable problem."
Sergey Lavrov called Ukrainian statements "a blatant attempt to derail all the efforts."
The White House said it had engaged “a large number of countries” in talks already.
Retired Adm. Stavridis said the U.S. would need to "triple" its ground force.
NATO said the allied forces had been fighting Taliban militants in Afghanistan.
The alliance’s deputy secretary general said recent moves have "fundamental implications."
He said he'll discuss "challenges created by Russia's assault on Ukraine."
The senator will propose an amendment to an aid package being considered this week.
NATO said military action against Ukraine would amount to a breach of international law.