Earlier this year, the U.S. surged 20,000 additional U.S. forces to Europe to strengthen our NATO Alliance in response to Russia’s aggression against Ukraine and the changing security environment. We’ll continue to adjust our posture to ensure the defense of our Allies:
We’re working with Spain to increase U.S. Navy destroyers in Rota, establishing a permanent HQ in Poland, putting an additional rotational Brigade Combat Team in Romania, enhancing our Baltic presence, and sending two more F-35 squadrons to the UK.
NATO is ready to meet threats from all directions, across every domain: land, air, sea, cyber and space.
Danh ca Khánh Ly đã trình diễn ca khúc Gia tài của mẹ chưa được cấp phép khiến đơn vị tổ chức bị “tuýt còi”.
Đại diện Sở VH-TT-DL Lâm Đồng xác nhận ngày 29.6 đã làm việc với ban tổ chức đêm nhạc Dấu chân địa đàng của danh ca Khánh Ly diễn ra hôm 25.6 tại sân khấu Mây – In the Nest, thuộc P.7, TP.Đà Lạt. Đây là chương trình mở màn chuỗi đêm nhạc xuyên Việt mang tên Như một lời chia tay của nữ danh ca.
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Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is now the president of the Philippines, 36 years after he fled the country along with his dictator father. Marcos took the oath of office today at a muted ceremony in Manila, urging citizens to look ahead to the future, as his mother, Imelda, looked on.
Marcos, known in the Philippines by his nickname Bongbong, has risen to the country’s highest office after a social media-driven campaign helped to rehabilitate his family’s image, transforming memories of the bloody days of martial law, when thousands were tortured and killed, to a nostalgic golden era.
NATO leaders emerged from their summit in Madrid this week touting a more muscular alliance ready to face down Russia and start tackling the long-term challenges from China. And it’s starting to look like they finally have plans in place to put their money where their mouths are.
Chinese flags flutter above streets and red celebratory banners line the harbor front, as a beaming crowd of masked officials and school children wave and chant in unison inside Hong Kong’s high-speed rail terminus, welcoming the arrival of Chinese leader Xi Jinping.