Search: United Kingdom,Skripal case (3 materials)

We have a smoking gun to expose fake accusations on Syria

... Syria was fake, the missiles were not fake, even though from a military point of view the attack didn’t produce much. But the entire European Union, 28 member states, accepted that first, that they should give their full support to Britain in the Skripal case, and also that missile attacks were perfectly justified after the chemical attack in Douma by the Syrian regime. Is the EU stupid or what? They have been misinformed, unfortunately. Some of them have good intelligence services. Yes, I believe ...


We Will Need to Return to Dialogue

... London and Moscow prior to our meetings and tried to involve as many experts with previous government experience as possible. This helped to balance creative thinking with suggestions grounded in political reality. While the new realities created by the Skripal case have invariably rendered some of our recommendations impossible to carry out in the immediate term, their underlying logic remains. Our joint experience confirms some of well-known observations about a dialogue on difficult matters. You will ...


What Сan Britain Do in Response to Russian Nerve Attack?

... against individuals are not likely to scare the Russian leadership. In fact, the Kremlin might even profit from these sanctions – they can assist the current state policy of trying to bring Russian money and Russian businesses back to Russia. If the United Kingdom is no longer perceived as a safe haven for Russian fat cats, the cosmopolitan faction of the Russian economic elite might be forced to seek protection back home. However, a new level of EU sectoral sanctions against Russia, affecting finances,...


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