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    Russian political elites revel in Trump’s inauguration
    Jan20

    Russian political elites revel in Trump’s inauguration

    Russian officials and lawmakers lauded Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday. They are hoping it will herald a period of better ties with the United States, while revelers in Moscow and elsewhere gathered for celebrations as bar and club owners sought to cash in on public excitement. Trump’s promises to fix ravaged relations with Moscow...

    Germany urged to confront combat reluctance in Trump era
    Jan20

    Germany urged to confront combat reluctance in Trump era

    PARIS — Germany must be prepared for stronger involvement in military operations as Donald Trump will pressure Europe to shoulder more of the defense burden, a senior French MEP and security specialist warned. In recent interviews Trump repeated his campaign assertion that the NATO alliance is “obsolete” and European allies need to...

    Martin Schulz’s long goodbye
    Jan20

    Martin Schulz’s long goodbye

    So long, farewell, auf Wiederse… Make that, see you Monday. Perhaps no figure in the history of the European Parliament has had as many ceremonial, valedictory events as Martin Schulz, the recently-departed Parliament president. There was a news conference in late November when he announced his decision to leave Parliament and return to...

    EM leaders tell Trump from Davos: Don’t damage trade
    Jan20

    EM leaders tell Trump from Davos: Don’t damage trade

    Globalisation is good. That’s the message leaders of developing countries want to send from the Davos forum to US President Donald Trump, who took office yesterday. Any return to protectionism, they fear, could bring the sky down on decades of trade-based economic growth that has lifted countless millions out of poverty. And for all the...

    Ukraine president to end his sweets deal in Russia (AFP)
    Jan20

    Ukraine president to end his sweets deal in Russia (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko’s confectionery company on Friday announced plans to shut down his key asset in Russia, a candy factory, after a barrage of criticism at home for his maintaining business activities on rival ground. …read more Source: The West...

    Ukraine leader to end his sweets deal in Russia
    Jan20

    Ukraine leader to end his sweets deal in Russia

    Poroshenko was repeatedly criticised at home for maintaining businesses in Russia despite his claims that Moscow was an “aggressor”. …read more Source: World...

    Trump’s Inaugural Address Will Probably End Up as Just a Footnote in History
    Jan20

    Trump’s Inaugural Address Will Probably End Up as Just a Footnote in History

    Click here for reuse options! Most inauguration speeches are forgotten and Trump has never been known for his soaring rhetoric. All eyes are now on Donald J. Trump’s impending inauguration, which takes place in Washington DC, on January 20, and whose centrepiece is the inaugural address. But despite the attention lavished on these speeches...

    Trump’s Inaugural Address Will Probably End Up as Just a Footnote in History
    Jan20

    Trump’s Inaugural Address Will Probably End Up as Just a Footnote in History

    Click here for reuse options! Most inauguration speeches are forgotten and Trump has never been known for his soaring rhetoric. All eyes are now on Donald J. Trump’s impending inauguration, which takes place in Washington DC, on January 20, and whose centrepiece is the inaugural address. But despite the attention lavished on these speeches...

    Ukrainian president’s candy maker to shut Russian factory
    Jan20

    Ukrainian president’s candy maker to shut Russian factory

    MOSCOW (AP) ” A chocolate maker owned by Ukraine’s president says it’s planning to shut its factory in Russia for “economic and political reasons.”Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko last year put the Roshen confectionery company… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Ukrainian president’s candy maker to shut Russian factory
    Jan20

    Ukrainian president’s candy maker to shut Russian factory

    A chocolate maker owned by Ukraine’s president says it’s planning to shut its factory in Russia for “economic and political reasons.” Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko last year put the Roshen … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...