The U.S. ambassador is in the right. Germany is making a serious political error by sticking rigidly to implementing Nord Stream 2.
If we add the fact that the U.S. is trying to reduce Russia’s influence, central heating in the near future could become as expensive as gold.
[T]he meeting will make it harder for opponents of “the good change” to say that Poland remains isolated on the international stage.
What the U.S. government lacks in terms of diplomacy and political imagination it makes up for with a singular slap-happy policy.
[A]s Putin pursues purely strategic interests with the construction of the pipeline, Trump pursues his criticism of it.
[R]arely has anyone exploited the power of the currency to the degree Trump is doing. 'Donald Trump has turned the dollar into a weapon.'
<i>Political scientist Alexander Florov talks about whether or not political slogans in the U.S. can influence economic interests in Europe.</i>
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The U.S. will continue to support Kiev because Washington has no other choice ... But that does not cancel the fact that the United States can exert pressure on Kiev on the issues that they classify as fundamental.