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RIAC and ELN Experts Discuss NATO Summit Outcomes

... "from the bottom up," while Russia seeks to find agreement on more global issues, that is, to go "from top to bottom." All experts agreed that the most constructive solution would be the resumption of the full-fledged work of the NATO-Russia Council (NRC). The audience asked to analyze the attitude of the European countries to D.Trump’s requirements, and Adam Thomson noted that the U.S. opinion is extremely important in all circumstances and, most likely, the European countries ...


NATO-Russia Council Lacks Efficiency

The NATO-Russia council was created in 2002 as a consultative mechanism. NATO suspended all practical civilian and military cooperation with Russia after the Ukraine crisis broke out in April 2014. The first Russia-NATO Council meeting at the level of permanent ...


New Cold War: ‘If NATO Encroaches on Nuclear Russia, It will be Punished’

In an interview with German magazin Der Spiegel, Sergey Karaganov, a member of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Policy and Defense Council says that the risk of a hot war against the United States and Europe has been on the rise for nearly a decade with tensions approaching levels only seen at the height of the Cold War. Karaganov said that statements by both sides attest to the dangerous state of the crisis and blasted the West for its continued saber rattling along Russia’s border with...


Russia-NATO Council 'Was Not There When Russia Needed Help'

According to the expert, NATO initially was a defensive alliance of democratic states. "And then the NATO-Russia Council was used as a cover and a means to legalize NATO enlargement. When we really needed it [the alliance] — in 2008 and 2014 — it was not there," Karaganov told der Spiegel. The political expert referred to the 2008 conflict ...


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