Britain has announced the biggest investment in its military since the end of the Cold War, despite the coronavirus crisis pummelling the economy, as the government seeks to define its post-Brexit role on the world stage.
Russia is stirring the ghosts of Cuba's Cold War past as it looks to re-establish its influence in the Communist-run island nation, although this time analysts say Moscow has no intention of bankrolling Havana.
NATO is preparing for one of its ‘biggest exercises in many years,’ with 45,000 troops due to participate in the Trident Juncture manoeuvre in Norway later this month ...
The head of Russia's SVR foreign intelligence agency said on Wednesday the poisoning of a Russian former double agent in Britain was a "grotesque provocation" by the British and US security services.
The United States has accused Moscow of openly breaching Cold War-era treaties by developing what Russian President Vladimir Putin called a new generation of "invincible" hypersonic weapons and submarines.
Moscow on Wednesday said it would be "very difficult" to improve US-Russia relations, which have plummeted to Cold War lows on accusations of election meddling and crises in Syria and Ukraine.
US President Barack Obama implored young British people not to pull back from the world, a day after sparking a row by bluntly telling Britain it should remain in the European Union to preserve its remaining global clout.
Germany's Cold War-era veteran foreign minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher, who was the country's top diplomat when the Berlin Wall fell, has died at age 89, his office said on Friday.
President Barack Obama announced he and First Lady Michelle Obama will make a landmark visit to Cuba on March 21-22, pledging to address human rights.