General Sir Richard Shirreff said countries should provide bilateral support to Ukraine.
Exclusive: Human rights group tells IBTimes UK that May should ask some 'probing questions'.
Donald Trump has previously shown disdain for Nato and labelled it 'obsolete'.
Russia is increasing its military spending in response to increased Nato deployments near its borders.
As tensions rise between Nato and Russia, the British Army sent 5 Challenger tanks to France and back.
Sources tell IBTimes UK the Labour leader and shadow defence secretary spoke 'briefly'.
The Swedish Institute of International Affairs analysis said Kremlin-funded media outlets was behind fake news stories.
Britain in danger of losing prestigious second-in-command Nato role it has held since 1951.
Professor Malcolm Chalmers warns Britain could face a 'European fait accompli' on key issues.
Moscow's influence in the Middle East is assured, but what about China, Ukraine and the Baltics?
Soldiers deployed to train local forces and deter Russian aggression.
Andrei Kelin from Russia's foreign ministry says 'we need to renew what we had before'
The numbers of young Poles signing up to join 120 militias has tripled since Russia's war in Ukraine.
President Barack Obama, Nato, and former Defence Secretary Dick Cheney rank Vladimir Putin high on list of threats to west.
Top concern for Nato and Pentagon ignored by President-elect, who wants to concentration on Islamic extremists.
Relations between Russia and the West continue to deteriorate as Cold War 2 heats up.
'What Jesus Christ is for many religious people, Stalin is the same for me,' says one elderly fan.
Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko believes it is up to the West to curb their aggression.
Move comes amid concerns Russia could attempt to seize control of Baltic region.
Johnson urged the military alliance's members to spend 2% of their GDP on defence.
British fighter planes to fly over disputed South China Sea and sail carriers after 2020 in Pacific: Envoy
Britain's ambassador to the US said fighter jets deployed to visit Japan would assert international overflight rights.
Russia would be emboldened by an alliance that serves its interests in the Middle East and Eastern Europe.
Downing Street says the UK prime minister is hoping to establish a 'regular dialogue' with Trump.
Iskander missiles deployed to Kaliningrad in October will stay there permanently.
While EU ministers warned Turkey to respect human rights, the UK softened its stance after the Brexit vote.
'Russia is not a superpower, it's a super problem,' said Lithuanian foreign minister.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said the plan is not to create an EU army or a military headquarters.
'There is no weakening of resolve' when it comes to a maintaining a strong US-Nato relationship, said Obama.
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's presidential nominee Tsetska Tsacheva won just over 35% of the vote.
The US covers approximately 73% of Nato's costs.