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    1. June 21, 2015

      UK faces pressure to commit to Nato target

      The UK will come under further pressure to commit to support for the military on Monday when Nato publishes its latest...

    2. June 19, 2015

      Nato shows its sharp end in Polish war games

      Nato, an organisation set up to protect Europe, has harboured an unusual truth for the past 20 years: it had no plan to...

    1. June 18, 2015

      Nato chief is ‘relying’ on UK to meet defence spending target

      Nato is “relying” on the UK to spend billions more on its military to help protect Europe, according to the alliance’s...

    2. The World

      May 14, 2015

      Nato ministers unite... in song

      Nato claims to be the world’s strongest military alliance and it may soon add a new title: the world’s most terrifying...

    3. FT Photo Diary

      May 13, 2015

      Nato Foreign Minister's Meeting

      NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is seen on the screen of a camera as he delivers a speech at NATO Foreign...

    4. February 7, 2015

      Nato discusses arming Ukraine

      Nato has begun discussing the possibility of sending arms to Ukraine, according to the alliance’s secretary-general...

    5. January 26, 2015

      Nato accuses Russia over worsening Ukrainian crisis

      Nato has accused Russia of “sharply” escalating the crisis in eastern Ukraine in recent days by sending even more of...

    6. November 14, 2014

      Russia army build-up triggers guessing game over aims in Ukraine

      Columns of tanks are crossing the border; sophisticated weapons systems are again trundling through the streets of...

    7. October 23, 2014

      Nato flexes muscles in Baltics amid Russian incursions

      In his first official trip as the new secretary-general general of Nato this month, Jens Stoltenberg chose to go to...

    8. October 3, 2014

      New Nato leader seeks to ease Baltic concerns about Russia

      Looking back on his youth in Norway in the 1960s, Jens Stoltenberg recalls that despite a nearly 200km border with the...

    9. March 28, 2014

      Jens Stoltenberg named as new head of Nato

      Norway’s former prime minister Jens Stoltenberg is to be the new head of Nato, member states decided on Friday, as the...

    10. September 11, 2013

      Norwegians opt for centre-right route

      As Norway sent its centre-left coalition government packing in general elections on Monday, it may have seemed the...

    11. September 9, 2013

      Norway’s centre-right wins election

      Norway’s four centre-right parties held their first coalition discussions under new prime minister designate Erna...

    12. September 9, 2013

      Norway’s centre right on course for victory

      Norwegians went to the polls on Monday in an election in which voters in the oil-rich Nordic country look likely to...

    13. August 22, 2013

      Norway’s prime minister runs out of road in election race

      It seemed a perfectly-timed stunt from Jens Stoltenberg. The Norwegian prime minister, lagging behind opposition...

    14. August 12, 2013

      Undercover politics

      Politicians are often accused of being out of touch with the lives of ordinary people. So it is heartening to see one...

    15. FT Alphaville

      August 12, 2013

      Further reading

      Elsewhere on Monday, - Summers’ cash pile. - A surprising history of Mexican-US immigration. - Is Paul Krugman the Kim...

    16. May 7, 2013

      Norwegian government raids oil fund to prop up economy

      Norway is raiding its oil fund for a record sum of money as its centre-left government looks to prop up the economy...

    17. May 5, 2013

      Norway proposes increasing taxes for energy groups

      OSLO, May 5: Norway has proposed raising taxes for the oil and gas sector from 2014, lowering them for traditional...

    18. August 14, 2011

      Breivik returns to Utøya crime scene

      Anders Behring Breivik, the rightwing extremist who massacred 77 people in Norway last month, has returned to Utøya...

    19. July 29, 2011

      Second that emotion

      I was struck by the contrast when the British prime minister, David Cameron, expressed outrage at the terrible attacks...

    20. July 28, 2011

      Oslo struggles to cope with bomb aftermath

      While public attention has focused on the tragedy of Anders Behring Breivik’s mass shooting at a youth summer camp, the...

    21. July 27, 2011

      Norway plays down killer’s network claims

      Norway’s domestic intelligence chief has played down fears that Anders Behring Breivik, the far-right extremist whose...

    22. July 26, 2011

      Solidarity for Labour on display

      Monica Haugo drove two and a half hours to lay flowers at a viewpoint overlooking the Norwegian island of Utøya, where...

    23. July 26, 2011

      Norway defends police over massacre

      Norway’s justice minister has leapt to the defence of the police response to last week’s double terrorist attack, while...

    24. July 24, 2011

      Europe on alert after Norway attacks

      Police around Europe are on increased alert against far-right extremism as the man accused of killing 93 people in...

    25. July 24, 2011

      The world mourns a paradise lost

      For all the shock of seeing the centre of Oslo devastated, it pales next to the massacre of nearly 100 teenagers at...

    26. July 24, 2011

      Norway mourns loss of life, and innocence

      Crouched down beside a makeshift shrine of flowers and candles, a young Norwegian woman quietly weeps while hugging her...

    27. July 23, 2011

      ‘I decided I would rather drown than be shot’

      More than 24 hours after narrowly escaping the Utøya massacre on Friday while friends and colleagues perished close by,...

    28. July 22, 2011

      Terrorism shatters peace in home of Nobel prize

      Oslo is known around the world as the home of the Nobel peace prize and capital of one of the world’s most prosperous...

    29. July 22, 2011

      Twin terror attacks kill 93 in Norway

      At least 93 people were killed in an apparent twin terrorist attack on Norway, after a large bomb was detonated outside...

    30. April 4, 2011

      Norway PM urges ‘fair treatment’ in telecoms case

      Norway’s prime minister has urged his Indian counterpart to ensure “fair treatment” for Telenor amid fears that the...

    31. March 12, 2011

      Norway takes step on new oil drilling areas

      Norway’s government has taken the first step towards opening areas of the Barents Sea to oil exploration, but dealt a...

    32. November 5, 2010

      UN wants taxes to fund climate change fight

      A price on carbon emissions of $20 to $25 a tonne would be sufficient to raise the finance needed for poor countries to...

    33. October 8, 2010

      Norway struggles to limit impact on relations

      Norway has been left scrambling to contain damage to its relations with China after the award of the Nobel Peace Prize...

    34. June 8, 2010

      Norway bans deepwater oil drilling

      Norway will not allow any deepwater oil and gas drilling in new areas until the investigation into the explosion and...

    35. June 8, 2010

      Gulf spill colours Norwegian debate

      Norway will consider lessons from the BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico when deciding whether to open Arctic waters to oil...

    36. June 7, 2010

      Norway to learn Gulf spill lessons

      Norway will consider lessons from the BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico when deciding whether to open Arctic waters to oil...

    37. May 27, 2010

      Polluters must pay climate bill, says Oslo

      The private sector will have to pay more towards efforts to tackle climate change as the European sovereign debt crisis...

    38. May 26, 2010

      Debt crisis hits climate change battle

      The private sector will have to pay more towards efforts to tackle climate change as the European sovereign debt crisis...

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