NATO leaves door open for troops to remain in Afghanistan

Urged on by the United States, NATO is open to keeping more troops in Afghanistan than initially planned after 2016, but officials said today the alliance is waiting for the Obama administration to announce its decision on a larger military presence there.

Pentagon chief to take in Singapore, Europe next week

Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel will embark Wednesday on a 12-day trip that will take in Singapore before heading to Europe for talks with NATO allies.

US, NATO allies to consider military training for Libya`s security forces

U.S. officials will be discussing with NATO allies the possibility of establishing a military training mission for Libya`s security forces.

US making significant Afghan progress: Obama

The US and its allies are on track to achieve the 2014 goals of complete transition, President Barack Obama said on Monday.

Libya fires salvo at Qatar as NATO mulls more air strikes

Calls mount for NATO allies to intensify the bombing campaign in Libya.

Arab countries on the sidelines in Libya campaign

America`s NATO allies shoulder a greater share of the air war in Libya.

Allies strongly support Afghan plan: US envoy

America`s NATO allies have been strongly supportive of the administration`s plans for the war in Afghanistan, President Barack Obama`s envoy said on Thursday.

NATO allies face US pressure on Afghan troops

Washington`s NATO allies will face pressure to commit more troops and money to supplement President Barack Obama`s troop increase in Afghanistan at a meeting of NATO foreign ministers starting on Thursday.