Search: NATO,Brexit (5 materials)

Is England, my England a Dying Butler?

... the EU. Their main objective has been to prevent any serious form of EU supranational military co-operation, in order to keep NATO going, and to continue the Cold War. Fifteen years ago, I visited the British ambassador to Greece, former colleague Simon ... ... vehemently anti-Russian, politically but also emotionally. No more famous stiff upper lip there. More emotional jingoism, as in the Brexit referendum. It’s all about sticking American hair on a weak chest, to appear strong. And what about British-Greek relations?...


What these British are waiting for? I mean Brexit.

... news talking about before Brexit?’. And he was like: ‘Well, how one politician was eating the sandwich…’ In brief, nothing interesting and nothing special was in UK politics before Brexit. The United Kingdom was following previously the EU, NATO, the US, so an independent move (Brexit) was met with enthusiasm and interest from the global community. Indeed, for 2 years Brexit has become the concentration of the debate in the Parliament and grabbed people’s attention both in the UK and worldwide. Source: iStock/Global Images ...


Recent International Processes’ effects on the Socio-Political Situation in Ukraine

... Poland has gained additional instruments for becoming involved in the Ukrainian process by deepening the interaction between NATO and Ukraine (Poland can successfully play the familiar part of intermediary). Besides, should the destructive processes in ... ... to say right now whether the forces interested in initiating a confrontation between Ukraine and Poland have succeeded. What Brexit Means for Ukraine The sensational results of the UK European Union membership referendum continue to rock currency markets ...


Stefanie Babst: We Need to Settle the Ukrainian Crisis First

... website editor Maria Smekalova asked Stefanie Babst , Head of Strategic Analysis Capability to the NATO and Chairman of the Military Committee, about the latest NATO summit results, prospects of Russia-NATO copperation and the bloc’s reaction to Brexit. Could you comment on NATO Summit outcome? Well, overall I think the allies are very happy with the conduct of the Warsaw summit. In particular, because everything that was prepared for the Heads of State and Government to sign was signed, everything that was prepared to be ...


Britain and EU Stand United on Russia Despite Brexit

... is increasingly difficult to sustain – given the rising skepticism among members such as Germany, Italy, Greece and others,” Gänzle told RBTH. “As the UK was among the most active advocates in favor of a robust sanction regime, the prospect of Brexit will increase the likelihood of a change within the lapse of the next couple of months,” he said. The UK and EU members’ views on security appear to be more rigid, however, contributing to the unity of NATO members in forming the alliance’s approach to Russia. “When it comes to military and security matters, I would say that NATO is the prism through which both the UK and most of the EU countries perceive Russia. In this area, I would expect to ...


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  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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