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    Hopefully Trump Will Ignore Bad Advice on Putin
    Jul07

    Hopefully Trump Will Ignore Bad Advice on Putin

    President Donald Trump flew off for his first meeting with Vladimir Putin — with instructions from our foreign policy elite that he get into the Russian president’s face over his hacking in the election of 2016. Hopefully, Trump will ignore these people. For their record of failure is among the reasons Americans elected him to office. What...

    Why Trump’s UN Ambassador Nikki Haley is Dangerous
    Jul07

    Why Trump’s UN Ambassador Nikki Haley is Dangerous

    I went to a meeting the other night with some Donald Trump supporters who, like me, had voted for him based on expectations of a more rational foreign policy. They were suggesting that the president’s attempts to move in that direction had been sabotaged by officials inside the administration who want to maintain the current warfare state....

    French, Russian FMs meet in Paris
    Jul07

    French, Russian FMs meet in Paris

    Le Drian, Lavrov discuss Syria, Ukraine, fight against terrorism …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Germany, US Top Diplomats to Discuss Gulf Rift, Syria, Ukraine at G20 on July 7
    Jul07

    Germany, US Top Diplomats to Discuss Gulf Rift, Syria, Ukraine at G20 on July 7

    BERLIN (Sputnik) — German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will discuss the situation in the Persian Gulf, as well as crises in Ukraine and Syria on the sidelines of the G20 summit on July 7, the German Foreign Ministry said Thursday. “Foreign Minister Gabriel will hold a meeting with Secretary of State Rex...

    Russian Gas Trumps American Sanctions
    Jul07

    Russian Gas Trumps American Sanctions

    Nikolay Pakhomov Security, Europe Russian gas will inevitably remain part of the mix in Europe’s future energy market. A reinvigorated discussion of Russia’s energy policy in Europe has recently become part of the debate in Washington over new sanctions against Moscow. This discussion is worth having: on the one hand, it shows that...

    In Poland, Trump chides Russia on eve of Putin meeting
    Jul07

    In Poland, Trump chides Russia on eve of Putin meeting

    JUDY WOODRUFF: President Trump faced dramatically different crowds as he made his way across Europe today. His second overseas trip began in Poland, before he moved on to Hamburg, Germany, the site of the summit of leaders of the major industrialized nations. Special correspondent Ryan Chilcote reports. (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) RYAN CHILCOTE: President...

    What did European allies hear in Trump’s Poland speech?
    Jul07

    What did European allies hear in Trump’s Poland speech?

    JUDY WOODRUFF: As we’ve heard, President Trump has voiced, at times, contradictory views on the U.S.’s relationship with its European allies and with Russia. To parse out where things stand after the first full day of the president’s trip abroad and the road ahead, we turn to Paula Dobriansky. She was under secretary of state...

    Trump blasts Russia, warns future of the West at stake
    Jul07

    Trump blasts Russia, warns future of the West at stake

    US President Donald Trump warned that the future of the West was at risk and lashed out at Russia and North Korea on Thursday at the start of a high-stakes trip to Europe.In key US ally Poland on the first leg of the trip, he accused Russia of “destabilising” action in Ukraine and warned North Korea it faced “consequences”...

    Protests turn violent for Trump’s maiden G20
    Jul07

    Protests turn violent for Trump’s maiden G20

    Up to 100,000 demonstrators are expected before and during the two-day Group of 20 meeting bringing US President Donald Trump, Russia’s Vladimir Putin, China’s Xi Jinping and other leaders to Hamburg. AFP photo HAMBURG, Germany: Demonstrations turned violent late Thursday ahead of a tricky first G20 summit for US President Donald...

    Protests turn violent for Trump’s maiden G20
    Jul07

    Protests turn violent for Trump’s maiden G20

    HAMBURG: Demonstrations turned violent late Thursday ahead of a tricky first G20 summit for US President Donald Trump, as German police clashed with a hard core of masked anti-capitalist activists hurling bottles and stones. What should have been a peaceful march by around 12,000 people in Hamburg protesting against globalisation was halted as...