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    What Merkel wants from Trump
    Mar16

    What Merkel wants from Trump

    BERLIN — “We need each other.” That, in a nutshell, will be German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s not-so-subtle message to U.S. President Donald Trump when the two meet in the White House Friday. Forget all the talk about a showdown in the Oval Office. Merkel, whatever her personal views of Trump,...

    Trump rejects push to oust national security aide
    Mar15

    Trump rejects push to oust national security aide

    President Donald Trump has overruled a decision by his national security adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, to sideline a key intelligence operative who fell out of favor with some at the Central Intelligence Agency, two sources told POLITICO. On Friday, McMaster told the National Security Council’s senior director for intelligence...

    Trump’s Jekyll and Hyde Foreign Policy
    Mar14

    Trump’s Jekyll and Hyde Foreign Policy

    “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,” Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel of 1886, tells the story of the seemingly virtuous Dr. Henry Jekyll who drinks a serum that transforms him into Mr. Edward Hyde so he is free to indulge his vices without fear of discovery. Donald Trump was elected as the Mr. Hyde of American foreign policy,...

    Brussels brings Gazprom to heel, for now
    Mar13

    Brussels brings Gazprom to heel, for now

    Gazprom is set to escape an EU antitrust probe without a fine under a deal announced Monday, but only after making sweeping concessions that just a few years ago would have seemed unimaginable. By settling, Russia dropped its long-held position that, as a Kremlin-controlled company, Gazprom could not be subjected to EU competition rules....

    Brussels brings Gazprom to heel, for now
    Mar13

    Brussels brings Gazprom to heel, for now

    Gazprom is set to escape an EU antitrust probe without a fine under a deal announced Monday, but only after making sweeping concessions that just a few years ago would have seemed unimaginable. By settling, Russia dropped its long-held position that, as a Kremlin-controlled company, Gazprom could not be subjected to EU competition rules....

    Ukraine’s fight against fake news goes global
    Mar13

    Ukraine’s fight against fake news goes global

    Countering Kremlin disinformation is one area where Kiev has the upper hand. …read more Source: European...

    3 biggest Dutch election myths
    Mar13

    3 biggest Dutch election myths

    AMSTERDAM — As Dutch voters go to the polls this week, one thing is clear: There is a gulf between how the election is seen abroad and the view within the country. Whereas foreign observers see a yet another big test of the postwar political order in Europe, for the Dutch, the vote is much less dramatic. Rather than being a...

    Unquiet American
    Mar12

    Unquiet American

    STANFORD, California — “I wish him well,” tweeted Michael McFaul, on the day Jon Huntsman was offered the delicate job of ambassador to Russia from the United States. It’s the job McFaul held from January 2012 to February 2014, when he resigned after 24 months of the most unrelenting workplace...

    McCain on Trump-Russia probes: ‘Lot of shoes to drop from this centipede’
    Mar12

    McCain on Trump-Russia probes: ‘Lot of shoes to drop from this centipede’

    Arizona Sen. John McCain suggested Sunday “there’s a lot of shoes to drop” once more information is known about President Donald Trump and his associates’ ties to Russia. In an interview with Jake Tapper on CNN’s “State of the Union,” McCain said he was troubled...

    Trump’s dictator chic
    Mar11

    Trump’s dictator chic

    Trump’s design aesthetic is fascinatingly out of line with America’s past and present. If you doubt it, note that the interiors of the apartments his company actually sells bear no resemblance to the one he lives in. But that doesn’t mean his taste comes from nowhere. At one level, it’s...

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