By Allison Fedirka
President Donald Trump’s recent meeting with President Vladimir Putin has overshadowed a week’s worth of developments in Ukraine, a country that Russia and the U.S., ironically, have a shared interest in pacifying.
On Nov. 8, Russia’s deputy foreign minister met with the U.S. ambassador to Russia to discuss eastern Ukraine, Syria and the Korean Peninsula. More often than not, diplomatic meetings are boring affairs. This one is interesting. It’s interesting that Moscow and Washington want to let the world know they continue to talk. It’s interesting that they itemized an agenda with specific topics, as opposed to the vague …read more
Source: Geopolitical Futures