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    Trump to Meet NATO Leaders in May
    Feb06

    Trump to Meet NATO Leaders in May

    President Donald Trump agreed to attend a meeting of NATO leaders in May during a phone call Sunday with alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg. The conversation also touched on the separatist conflict in eastern Ukraine, according to a White House statement. Trump and the NATO secretary-general “discussed how to encourage all NATO allies to meet...

    Does Trump Actually Want to Succeed?
    Feb06

    Does Trump Actually Want to Succeed?

    HOUSTON—Democrats and Republicans agree on one thing: James A. Baker III was the gold standard when it came to running a White House. And so far he’s not overly impressed when it comes to the troubled kickoff of the Trump administration.In his first extensive comments on America’s controversial new president, the former chief of...

    Ukraine in the Trump and Brexit era: what Kiev should do now – VIEW
    Feb06

    Ukraine in the Trump and Brexit era: what Kiev should do now – VIEW

    By Radu Magdin, analyst, vice-president of the Strategikon think tank. He was advisor to the Romanian Prime Minister Irrespective of how one looks …read more Source:...

    Russia hopes that during Austrian Chairmanship OSCE will pay proper  attention to settlement of conflicts in OSCE space, Lavrov says  
    Feb06

    Russia hopes that during Austrian Chairmanship OSCE will pay proper  attention to settlement of conflicts in OSCE space, Lavrov says  

    ArmInfo.Russia hopes that during Austria’s OSCE Chairmanship, the OSCE will pay proper attention to settlement of conflicts in the OSCE space, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says in an interview with Profil Weekly (Austria). The minister hopes that the OSCE will keep actively contributing to the peace process for settlement of the...

    Bringing back Ukraine’s buffalo
    Feb06

    Bringing back Ukraine’s buffalo

    The Carpathian buffalo was once a popular livestock breed in the Ukraine. But it’s fallen out of favor and its numbers have dwindled. Why is one German agronomist trying to bring it back into vogue? …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ambassador: Belarus’ recognizability in Austria increased after Normandy talks in Minsk
    Feb06

    Ambassador: Belarus’ recognizability in Austria increased after Normandy talks in Minsk

    Belarus’ recognizability in Austria has increased significantly after Minsk hosted the Normandy talks on Ukraine and the Minsk accord was signed, Belarus’ Ambassador to Austria Alena Kupchyna said. …read more Source:...

    Note to subscribers: Pahor pre-tour press conference
    Feb06

    Note to subscribers: Pahor pre-tour press conference

    President Borut Pahor will speak about his upcoming tour of Germany, Russia and Ukraine at a press conference at the Presidential Palace today at 12:30 PM. …read more Source:...

    [Agenda] Ukraine, Libya and Dieselgate on EU agenda This WEEK
    Feb06

    [Agenda] Ukraine, Libya and Dieselgate on EU agenda This WEEK

    Uncertainty over Trump’s foreign policy will weigh on foreign ministers and MEPs’ minds when they discuss the Ukraine conflict this week. …read more Source:...

    US spy alliances may be tested by unpredictable Trump
    Feb06

    US spy alliances may be tested by unpredictable Trump

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump’s unpredictable foreign policy could hamper longstanding U.S. intelligence-sharing partnerships as countries react to a president who seeks closer ties to Russia and is unafraid to offend American allies by cracking down on immigration or getting angry with friendly leaders. Veteran spies say intelligence...

    Trump expresses ‘strong support’ for NATO, will meet leaders in May
    Feb06

    Trump expresses ‘strong support’ for NATO, will meet leaders in May

    U.S. President Donald Trump agreed to meet NATO leaders in Europe in late May during a phone call with NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on Sunday, according to the White House. Trump — who has pledged to force NATO members to pay their fair share for their own defense and caused alarm by calling the military alliance “obsolete”Â...