Putin and Macron need each other, probably more so than they did two years ago On August 19, President of France Emmanuel Macron hosted President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin at Fort de Brégançon in the commune of Bormes-les-Mimosas in the Var department on the French Riviera. Given the vagaries of the weather this summer in France, the Mediterranean coast seemed a more suitable location for a meeting than ...
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Arguably, the most intriguing question of the Russian-French summit is whether Vladimir Putin has any new ideas on the Ukrainian settlement to share with Emmanuel Macron French President Emmanuel Macron hosted his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in a rare meeting on August 19, before the start of the G7 summit in Biarritz. Le Monde asked RIAC Director General to share his thoughts on the meeting and the Russia-France relations. Why did the two presidents decide to meet on August 19 in France? Can we use the term "reset" about the French-Russian relations? “Reset” is probably too strong a word to be used here. Still, France is a member of both ...
Banking on Bolshevism. Brazil’s “caviar left” spending billions to revive Cuba’s broken communist economy
Although the government of Russian president Vladimir Putin has authorized writing off 90% of Cuba’s $32 billion debt Kremlin policy toward the Castro regime is characterized ... ... squalid conditions in lawless camps where gambling, drugs, prostitution and disease are rife. To control the influx, Brazil and France both conduct riverine operations along the water thborder between the two nations (the French overseas department of Guiana ...
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