IN THE AFTERMATH of the Clinton-Yeltsin summit,...
Russians draw line on the western front NATO: The summit of U.S. and Russian leaders that begins today will focus on NATO expansion, which Moscow adamantly opposes.
The U.S. tells the world: One of us must be reasonable, and it won't be me
Albright assures Russia on NATO growth Moscow is still anxious about alliance expansion
Albright takes on Russia and NATO Expanding alliance: The effort to overcome Moscow's adamant opposition.
Zero-sum partnership: When one ally wins, another loses
Yeltsin woos France in NATO dispute President appears frail in meeting with Chirac
NATO's silent role in Ukraine
Thoughts of Yalta
NATO expansion: a problem, not a solution
NATO and Russia Security charter: U.S. seeks to dampen Russian fears of alliance's eastward expansion.
Bring Russia into NATO
A world of subtle differences Election: President Clinton has pre-empted many of Bob Dole's foreign policy issues. But the differences between them are still important.; CAMPAIGN 1996
In defense of Eastern Europe U.S. security pledge: Clinton calls for NATO enlargement by 1999; Dole targets 1998.
Bosnian Serbs accused of violating arms pact Western officials cite big discrepancy in number of artillery pieces declared
Security situation now more uncertain Ouster of Lebed could affect Chechnya peace, NATO, treaties
France at odds with U.S. over command of NATO French want a European to lead southern unit
Questions about NATO expansion Russia's opposition: Alliance uncertainties about costs, deployment and political fallout.
Running for the Kremlin throne Alexander Lebed: Yeltsin's security chief sharpens his opposition to NATO expansion.
Keeping an eye on the caldron Vigilance: When an American plane makes a photo-intelligence flight over Ukraine this fall, the information collected will be available to all of the countries that have signed the Open Skies treaty.
Dole flays Clinton on foreign relations He calls U.S. policies weak, vacillating; CAMPAIGN 1996
NATO's role in a peaceful Europe
The new NATO Alliance compromise: Reconciling U.S. TTC 'dominance' and a 'European personality.'
France set for plan to resume NATO military role Chirac agrees to end 30-year estrangement if conditions are met
The second creation of NATO
French general's deal ensured massacre in Bosnia Hostage situation led to pact with Serbs
No peace in Bosnia until these two men are tried
Meddling with NATO is likely to destroy it
Bosnian war crimes teams want NATO assistance Mine sweeps, security sought for grave sites
Europe at the precipice
NATO looks east, with reassurance and reticence
More NATO troops are ordered to halt lawlessness by Serbs Gangs set fires, force civilians to abandon suburbs of Sarajevo
Bosnian government sends troops to Iran Training of Muslims could complicate relations with Croats
Russia bristles at NATO growth Defensive: Western military analysts are taking note of a Moscow think tank's proposal to meet NATO's eastward expansion with tactical nuclear weapons and perhaps an invasion.
NATO to aid Serb flight from future Muslim areas Commander to allow Bosnian army trucks to relocate refugees
Bosnian factions recommit to peace Suspended contacts are set to resume
Attack on troops in Bosnia foiled, U.S. official says 11 foreign militants reported held in raid
Bosnian Serb leaders kill anti-NATO order Politicians say general lacked authority to cut ties with peacekeepers
Primakov denies Russia is planning to resurrect Soviet Union, Cold War New foreign minister reassures Christopher
Crime pays, at least in Yugoslavia
U.S. civilians to train Bosnian troops, officials say Islamic nations expected to pay; American military would not be involved
Maryland unit called to Bosnia Air National Guard's 175th Wing will patrol over peackeepers; Two-month deployment; Group's 600 members based at Martin State Airport leave Jan. 6
Swedes give NATO units a good start in Bosnia Battalion clears roads, wins over Serbian civilians
River halts U.S. force in Bosnia Most of the 20,000 await pontoon bridge, and the Sava is rising
Peace is made by acts
For Serbs, peace isn't without bitterness American, NATO troops have yet to earn trust
Bosnia showing signs of peace Former combatants respecting might of NATO forces
Americans head Bosnia force Over there: The allied peacekeeping force in Bosnian will have troops from as many as 24 nations, from Russia to Estonia. Yet its principal leaders are Americans, all with extensive combat experience.
In Greece, a crisis of succession Hospitalized: Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou, 76, remains in power even though doctors say it is doubtful he could fully return to his duties. The power vacuum is affecting one of NATO's key players in the Balkans.
A new alliance called NATO