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    Stoltenberg and Poroshenko discuss situation in Donbass
    Feb18

    Stoltenberg and Poroshenko discuss situation in Donbass

    …read more Source: NEWS.am

    Germany: No plans to add US to group solving Ukraine crisis
    Feb18

    Germany: No plans to add US to group solving Ukraine crisis

    Germany’s foreign minister is making clear there are no plans to add the U.S. to the group of countries that have been meeting in efforts to help reduce tensions in eastern Ukraine …read more Source: ABC...

    THE OBAMACARE WARS break out across the country — PENCE: U.S. committed to Europe — THE JUICE: Russia looking for new K Street representation — B’DAY: James Hohmann
    Feb18

    THE OBAMACARE WARS break out across the country — PENCE: U.S. committed to Europe — THE JUICE: Russia looking for new K Street representation — B’DAY: James Hohmann

    Good Saturday morning. The Obamacare messaging war is on. PROTECT OUR CARE, a coalition aimed at boosting Obamacare, sent these talking points to Capitol Hill ahead of the President’s Day recess. http://politi.co/2lhdI1B– KATE ZERNIKE and ALEX BURNS on A1 of the NYT: “Congress Goes Home, and Constituents Fired Up Over Health Care Are...

    Ukraine foreign minister not happy with ceasefire talks
    Feb18

    Ukraine foreign minister not happy with ceasefire talks

    …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Putin Allows Recognition of Passports from Donetsk, Luhansk ‘Republics’
    Feb18

    Putin Allows Recognition of Passports from Donetsk, Luhansk ‘Republics’

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree which guarantees recognition of passports of nationals of so-called ‘Donetsk People’s Republic’ and ‘Luhansk People’s Republic’, TASS news agency reports. According to the Kremlin’s website, both Ukrainian nationals and stateless persons in certain...

    Thirty days of Donald Trump
    Feb18

    Thirty days of Donald Trump

    Donald Trump has now been President for 30 eventful days. So much has happened, so quickly, that it has been hard to keep track. Therefore, we have collected the most notable events in one easy to read chart. January 20 President Trump gives unusually dark Inaugural Address that is immediately labeled the “American Carnage Speech” U.S. President...

    FM Poposki attends Munich Security Conference
    Feb18

    FM Poposki attends Munich Security Conference

    Macedonia’s Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki, who attends the Munich Security Conference, says the gathering of global decision-makers is focused on Europe’s capability to adjust to changes following the ‘Brexit’, Donald Trump’s election for US Presidents, the Ukraine crisis and Russia’s involvement in Syria...

    FM Poposki attends Munich Security Conference
    Feb18

    FM Poposki attends Munich Security Conference

    Macedonia’s Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki, who attends the Munich Security Conference, says the gathering of global decision-makers is focused on Europe’s capability to adjust to changes following the ‘Brexit’, Donald Trump’s election for US Presidents, the Ukraine crisis and Russia’s involvement in Syria...

    Europe: A Warning from a Friend
    Feb18

    Europe: A Warning from a Friend

    Toward the end of my latest Q&A, I make an observation about Jean-François Revel: One of the reasons he wrote his books was to wake people up — to warn them, before it was too late. I believe there is something of that about James Kirchick’s new book, The End of Europe: Dictators, Demagogues, and the Coming Dark Age.Kirchick is my...

    Mike Pence Promises the World: We Will ‘Hold Russia Accountable’
    Feb18

    Mike Pence Promises the World: We Will ‘Hold Russia Accountable’

    (MUNICH) — Vice President Mike Pence vowed Saturday that the United States will “hold Russia accountable” even as President Donald Trump searches for new common ground with Moscow at the start of his presidency. Pence, in an address to the Munich Security Conference, also offered assurances to European allies that the U.S. “strongly supports”...