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Biden Tells NATO Allies that Trump Doesn't Understand Treaty

Vice President Joe Biden told the North Atlantic Treaty Organization on Tuesday that despite Donald Trump’s rhetoric, the U.S. has not turned...

NOAA To Explore Atlantic WWII Battlefield

by Vernon Smith (NOAA) July 15, 1942. America had been in World War II for less than a year, but the fight was coming to the nation’s shores. That day, off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, the German U-boat U-576 sank the Nicaraguan-flagged freighter SS Bluefields. Show More Summary

3 Steps to Disaster Proof Your Business Documents

Sixteen named storms are predicted to hit this Atlantic hurricane season, which runs until November 30. Areas surrounding the North Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea could potentially see four to eight of those develop...Show More Summary

Global Warming Has Now Made the Northwest Passage a Thing

Over a century ago, explorers dreamed of a Northwest Passage, a route from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic by plying the waterways north of Canada, threading through the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, huge icy islands north of Canada. Show More Summary

NATO Europe Commander Arrives in Ankara for Meeting With Turkish General Staff

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) chief of European command arrived in Ankara for talks with the Turkish general staff over a month after the failed coup in the member state of the military alliance, national television reported Monday.

EU, NATO Express Solidarity With Turkey After Terror Attacks

The European Union (EU) as well as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) expressed on Sunday solidarity with Turkey after a string of terror attacks in the country, including the recent bombing in the Turkish city of Gaziantep, confirming their determination to fight against terrorism, the organizations said in two separate statements.

Will The U.S. Army Get Serious About Revolutionizing Long Range Fires?

Dan Goure U.S. Army, United States  The Army can take advantage of innovations already available in the private sector that could revolutionize long-range fires. U.S. and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces face two particular challenges from the modernized Russian military in Europe. Show More Summary

“Have North Carolina Republicans Found a Way to Reinstate Discriminatory Voting Rules?”

David Graham for the Atlantic.  My alternate headline: Have North Carolina Republicans Found a Way to Reinstate Federal Oversight of Their Voting Rules? … Continue reading ?

Russian-Iranian Cooperation in Syria is a 'Slap in the Face to US and NATO'

Cooperation between Moscow and Tehran has been a "direct slap in the face" to the United States, the North Atlantic Alliance, as well as other countries and forces that are trying to destabilize Iran and Syria, political activist and journalist Navid Nasr told Radio Sputnik.

Subduction or sagduction in Scotland's Archean ultramafic–mafic bodies

Subduction or sagduction? Ambiguity in constraining the origin of ultramafic–mafic bodies in the Archean crust of NW Scotland Authors: Johnson et al Abstract: The Lewisian Complex of NW Scotland is a fragment of the North Atlantic Craton. Show More Summary

Recent connection between North and South America reaffirmed

Long ago, one great ocean flowed between North and South America. When the narrow Isthmus of Panama joined the continents about 3 million years ago, it also separated the Atlantic from the Pacific Ocean. If this took place millions of years earlier, as recently asserted by some, the implications for both land and sea life would be revolutionary. Show More Summary

This Day In Naval History: August 17

1812 - The frigate, USS President, captures British schooner, HMS L'Adeline, in the North Atlantic.   1841 - Secretary of the Navy George E. Badger signs that

NATO's Troubles With Turkey Could 'Force Alliance to Hit the Reset Button'

The North Atlantic Alliance's relations with Turkey have become increasingly complicated following the unsuccessful attempt to overthrow President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in mid-July, which could lead to major changes within the military bloc, journalist Andrea Cucco, director of Difesa Online, told Sputnik.

Meet the oldest known vertebrate in the world

A Greenland shark just took home the gold medal for longest-living vertebrate. This slow-moving native of the Arctic and North Atlantic can live to be 272 years old, according to a new study in Science. Continue reading ? The post Meet the oldest known vertebrate in the world appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Why Should America Defend Europeans Who Won’t Defend Themselves?

Once again Donald Trump has shocked the foreign policy establishment. He suggested that maybe the U.S. should no longer defend its prosperous, populous allies in Europe. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization made sense when created in 1949. Show More Summary

Do Greenland sharks live for 400 years?

New research has found that some Greenland sharks may be older than the United States. Scientists estimate the sharks, which live in the north Atlantic, can live to about 400 years. Charlie D'Agata reports on how this revelation could help scientists learn more about aging in humans.

Aerial Iceland

Aerial Iceland AoiroStudio Aug 11, 2016 We are finally letting go our temptation and we are planning our first trip to Iceland. This Icelandic Island located near the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean with a population a little low as about 330K to cover its whole island. Show More Summary

These Majestic Sharks May Live More Than 400 Years

An enigmatic species of shark native to the North Atlantic may be the longest-lived vertebrate on the planet. Newly released research on the Greenland shark shows that the creatures may live to be more than 400 years old, according to...Show More Summary

NATO Does Not Believe Ukraine Was Plotting Terrorist Attacks in Crimea

Russian accusations toward Crimea in connection with the thwarted attempt to sabotage critical facilities and carry out terrorist attacks in Crimea are unproven, a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) official told RIA Novosti on Thursday.

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