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    Merkel’s Bavarian ally calls for quick end to Russian sanctions
    Jan29

    Merkel’s Bavarian ally calls for quick end to Russian sanctions

    BERLIN (Reuters) – The leader of Bavaria’s sister party to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats called for ending sanctions imposed against Russia by Europe and the United States for its invasion of Crimea and its military actions in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    President Trump’s careless talk puts Nato on high alert
    Jan29

    President Trump’s careless talk puts Nato on high alert

    Russia’s incursions into Ukraine reawakened the West to the threat posed by the superpower after a quarter-century slumber. In Estonia, however, they say wariness of their eastern neighbour is handed down with mother’s milk, and citizens of the Baltic state never forget what it means to share a border with an unpredictable superpower....

    9 Trump moments over lunch with Theresa May
    Jan29

    9 Trump moments over lunch with Theresa May

    ANKARA ­— Fresh from public displays of affection at their joint press conference early Friday afternoon, Donald Trump and Theresa May retired to the White House state banqueting room for lunch. Then it got really interesting. British Prime Minister Theresa May with U.S. President Donald Trump walk along The Colonnade at The White...

    Bulgaria Can Negotiate With Russia, EU on Turkish Stream Pipeline
    Jan28

    Bulgaria Can Negotiate With Russia, EU on Turkish Stream Pipeline

    Bulgaria can negotiate with Russia and the EU for the laying of one of the pipelines of Turkish Stream through its territory, said Russian expert Konstantin Simonov, head of the Fund for National and Energy Security. According to Simonov, the situation at present resembles the crisis in the winter of 2009 when Bulgaria stopped receiving gas from...

    Russia sanctions must be tied to progress on Ukraine peace: Gabriel
    Jan28

    Russia sanctions must be tied to progress on Ukraine peace: Gabriel

    PARIS (Reuters) – Germany and France agree that any moves to lift sanctions against Russia must be tied to progress in the peace process for eastern Ukraine, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Saturday. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria can look for deal with Russia over Turkish Stream pipeline: Konstantin Simonov
    Jan28

    Bulgaria can look for deal with Russia over Turkish Stream pipeline: Konstantin Simonov

    Bulgaria could possibly look for a deal with Russia over the passage of one of the Turkish Stream pipes through its territory, Russian expert Konstantin Simonov argued in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio. He is head of the National Energy Security Fund in Russia. Simonov compared the current situation to the winter of 2009 when...

    POLITICO Brussels Playbook Plus: EU fights fake news machine — Culture wars — Separated at birth
    Jan28

    POLITICO Brussels Playbook Plus: EU fights fake news machine — Culture wars — Separated at birth

    EU FIGHTS FAKE NEWS MACHINE FROM SHADOWS: NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told Playbook he does not believe in “fighting propaganda with propaganda.” The EU also stays out of the propaganda game (mostly) but has created a team called “East StratCom” in the External Action Service to...

    Family of killed businessman hit out at his ‘Black Widow’
    Jan28

    Family of killed businessman hit out at his ‘Black Widow’

    Barry Pring, 47, was celebrating his first wedding anniversary with his internet bride when he was killed by a speeding car in Kiev in February 2008. …read more Source: Daily...

    [Ticker] Trump to ‘consider’ US sanctions on Russia
    Jan27

    [Ticker] Trump to ‘consider’ US sanctions on Russia

    US president Donald Trump has put the future of sanctions on Russia “under consideration” ahead of his phone call with Russian president Vladimir Putin on Saturday, Trump’s aide, Kellyanne Conway, told US broadcaster Fox News on Friday. Trump will also speak with the French and German leaders the same day, in his first foray...

    Britain’s new foreign policy is putting the country on collision course with powerful enemies
    Jan27

    Britain’s new foreign policy is putting the country on collision course with powerful enemies

    Downing Street is betting a great deal on being able to win over Donald Trump. One of the more fact-retardant memes in Westminster is that Theresa May is cautious or indecisive. That George Osborne and Michael Gove are not in the Cabinet but are part-timing at BlackRock and the Times respectively ought to be all the evidence you need of that....

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