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The EU Will Not Break Free from America’s Amiable Stranglehold

... on many other things. Europeans got into the habit of unleashing such criticism during Barack Obama's tenure when those judgments had been more or less politically correct. During Donald Trump's presidency, all rules of politeness were discarded. The Donald Trump phenomenon in the U.S. was, therefore, far from unfounded, as was its manifestation, among other things, in the USA's displeasure with its European NATO allies, disregard for them, and suspicions entertained in relation to them. Such a phenomenon could not but have developed within a certain section of the American public and establishment. Trump’s specific personality made him express these sentiments ...


Annergret Kramp-Karrenbauer and her revolutionary foreign policy objectives for Germany

... independent foreign policy. The country supposed to remain neutral and not to follow a self-determining foreign policy. The country’s foreign policy objectives have been chosen and dictated by Uncle Sam and Germany ought to pursue the footsteps of NATO in general and the United States in particular. Since, AKK turn out to be the leader of CDU a predominant political party of Germany and the defense minister, she is committed to announce a U-turn in the foreign policy of Germany, “however political ...


Goodbye, U.S. Foreign Policy

... are related to the ambassadorship of Nikki Haley. She is known for desperately defending the U.S. approach on recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, as well as attempting to condemn Hamas, an Islamic fundamentalist militant movement in Gaza. ... ... unanimous consensus of all states of the UN, except for Israel and the United States. Igor Ivanov: Why Should We Be Grateful to Donald Trump? America’s relationship with its allies in NATO was also tested under Trump, who repeatedly requested that other members of the North Atlantic block increase their expenditure ...


A Europe Whole and Free: A Utopia or, After All, a Future?

... justify this choice for, as at the Congress of Vienna in 1815, it was about integrating a former adversary into a single regional system, or as in Versailles, its exclusion from such a system of postwar relations. The double enlargement, i.e. of the NATO and the EU, as well as incomplete, in terms of Chapter VIII of the UN Charter, institutionalization of the OSCE (as opposed, for example, to the African Union) have proved to be expressions of so short-sighted a policy. Russia has been invited to ...


Political Landscape of Europe. The Spectre of Geopolitical Solitude

... more United States in the Old continent. However, their desire is checked by a person who is supposed to symbolize the US – Donald Trump. So some of the America’s European acolytes are ready to bow their heads in acceptance even of this twist of history.... ... Russia. However,Helsinki, and especially Stockholm have become a weak link in European neutrality. The sustained efforts of the USA to draw Finland and Sweden into NATO, if not de jure, then de facto, are by no means accidental. The next step in this direction was the signing on 8 May in Washington ...


Looking at Tiananmen Square through the Brandenburg Gate

... country has already suffered the greatest losses through the new U.S. strategy announced a year-and-a-half ago by President Donald Trump? Clearly not Russia, whose relations with Washington were far from perfect even under the previous U.S. administration.... ... serious political axe to grind with Germany and China. Berlin is being chided for its “insufficient contribution” to the NATO budget and its unswerving commitment to the Nord Stream II gas pipeline, whereas Beijing is suspected of “hegemonic aspirations” ...


NATO Is Too Strong to Be Destabilized by One Particular U.S. President

Interview with Christopher Harper, former Director General of the NATO International Military Staff Following the Putin-Trump summit in Helsinki, foreign policy community does not cease to discuss the aftermath of the event and the prospects for Russia – US and Russia – NATO relations. On the sidelines of RIAC ...


Five Questions that Need to be Addressed about American Foreign Policy

... community thinks about Russia or its current President, it is worth revisiting the usefulness of this alliance. For the moment, NATO seems to be part of the problem, not the solution. To ‘Regime Change’ or not ‘Regime Change,’ that is the question When Donald Trump said that he thought that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad should remain as President of Syria until the terrorists ... ... within those regions. In nearly all instances, it has proved to be a disastrous policy, as many had predicted even before the crusade began. In the Middle East, it is well known that America wanted to remove the dictators of certain countries to bring “freedom ...


US Nuclear Policy Upgraded

The USA continues to move towards the reinstatement of nuclear weapons as a fundamental element of national and international security Experts and politicians are familiar with several variants of the 2018 NPR. The Huffington Post published a draft in mid-January....


Trump Should Aid Czech President Zeman in Fighting the “Munich Attitude”

In a December 6, 2016 telephone conversation, then President-Elect Donald Trump and Czech President Milos Zeman agreed to meet in April 2017 – but the ... ... applaud the Trump administration’s decision to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, going so far as to call the other EU leaders “cowards.” Yet the Czech president... ... the resolution of the Ukraine conflict have been simplistic, he fully recognizes that NATO members must discourage Russian aggression. That is why he has made it a national...


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