As NATO turns 70, how's the health of this now very middle-aged institution? DW's Teri Schultz takes NATO's pulse.
The White House has announced fresh plans to deploy intermediate-range missiles after the collapse of the INF treaty. European officials have warned that the end of the Cold War-era treaty leave the continent at risk.
The EU and four South American countries have signed a milestone trade agreement. It's a clear signal to the US president about the importance of free trade, writes DW's Bernd Riegert.
Tensions are running high in the Persian Gulf after Iran warned that it will increase its enrichment of uranium to "any amount that we want," starting on Sunday. Many in Iran feel conflicted about the current situation.
NATO's unresolved long-term issues won't go away. But on its 70th anniversary event in the US capital, the trans-Atlantic alliance at least received the timely affirmation that broader Washington is behind it.
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