FILE - In this Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2016 file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Miami. Outraged claims of voting fraud are no longer only a regular part of elections in unsteady, young democracies - they’re increasingly being made in established democratic countries by populist politicians who question the fairness of the voting process - and with it the validity of representation by and for the people. At the final debate of the U.S. presidential election, Donald Trump refused to commit to honor the result of the Nov. 8 vote. But he’s not the only example of a politician casting doubt on the fairness of the democratic system in countries where it is the norm. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, file)

Trump brand NATO as ‘Obsolete’

ByMATT SHUHAM, TalkingPointsMemo.com Donald Trump voiced skepticism about NATO and predicted that other countries would follow Britain’s example of leaving the European Union in an interview...

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US troops in Poland to stay?

US forces in Poland: Here to stay Source: DW.com After 20 years, words are put into action: American soldiers are coming to Poland for the long term, while German and British troops head to the...

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More US troops send to Europe

By Zachary Cohen, CNN.com (CNN)Four thousand US soldiers have arrived in Germany as part of permanent troop rotations to Europe that the Pentagon said are meant to send a clear message to one country...

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Will 2017 see NATO and Russia clash?

Alistair Bunkall, Sky.com The chairman of the prestigious Munich Security Council has warned 2017 could be “the most consequential for Europe since the Berlin Wall fell”. Meanwhile, the...

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Is NATO doomed?

The former NATO second-in-command updates his fictionalized account of a war with Russia—and worries the transatlantic alliance could be gone in as little as five years. By KATELYN FOSSETT...