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Meeting between Putin and Trump — Another Reason for Split within the EU?

There are growing fears inside the European Union that Donald Trump’s pragmatic approach of cooperation with Russia will further strengthen the position of those in EU member states who criticize Brussels The NATO Summit, held on July 11–12, 2018, gave Brussels and the EU countries good reason to fear any decisive steps that Donald Trump might take with regard to Moscow. There were even suggestions that the unrelentingly tense atmosphere between the NATO ...


RIAC and ELN Experts Discuss NATO Summit Outcomes

On July 18, 2018, at IIA Rossiya Segodnya, International Multimedia Press Center, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) held a round table on the outcomes of NATO summit. Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, Sir Adam Thomson, Director, European Leadership Network, and Dmitry Danilov, Head of the Department of European security, Institute of Europe, Russian Academy of Sciences, took part in the event. The ...


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

... aspect of our relations seems to be most sensitive militarily. Dmitry Danilov: NATO–Russia Council: What Are the Outcomes? I accept that it is a sensitive part of the relationship between NATO and the Alliance at the moment, but we’ve just had a NATO summit in Brussels. There has been no particular substantial move forward in terms of membership accession with regards to Georgia or the Ukraine. And there are very good reasons for that, including those that I have already described to you as the ...


NATO Eager to Stabilize the Security in Euro-Atlantic Area

The results of NATO summit in Warsaw seen from a Western perspective – by Lukasz Kulesa , Research Director at the European Leadership Network. Was Warsaw NATO summit substantially different from any other NATO summits that had been held before? I think NATO ...


Russia and NATO after the Warsaw Summit

The NATO summit in Warsaw marked an important stage in the evolution of NATO countries’ military and political planning and in the evolution of the alliance as a whole. Officials from the NATO states and the Alliance itself compared the Warsaw Summit ...


Stefanie Babst: We Need to Settle the Ukrainian Crisis First

...?” held by the Russian International Affairs Council and the Korber Foundation. RIAC 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 ...


NATO Summit: Initial Results

The NATO Summit that took place in Warsaw on July 8–9, 2016, twenty-five years after the dissolution of the Warsaw Pact, was never going to bring about any kind of political or diplomatic intrigue: NATO is returning to its roots, that is, strengthening ...


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