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Merkel-‘Peace order in Europe can only be achieved with Russia’

Posted by seumasach on September 3, 2017


2nd September, 2017

A stable European security architecture only can be built by involving Russia in the process, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said. She also called on the West to honor its obligations under treaties signed with Moscow. Despite current tensions between the West and Moscow, “we can establish a European peace order only with Russia,” the chancellor said in her Saturday video podcast published on the German government’s website. She went on to say that, “in the field of the European defense and security policy, we should do our best to improve our contact with Russia.”

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Dmitri Trenin: Geopolitical analysis

Posted by seumasach on August 4, 2014

New World Order at Stake of US-Russia Geopolitical Competition – Political Analyst


1st August, 2014

The confrontation between Moscow and Washington over the Ukrainian internal strife will doubtlessly shift the global balance of power, believes Dmitri Trenin, a well-known Russian political scientist, author, and the Director of the Carnegie Moscow Center.

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Siemens ‘to invest long-term in Russia’

Posted by seumasach on March 27, 2014


26th March, 2014

German industrial giant Siemens will be pouring long-term investment into Russia despite outcry over Crimea, the company reportedly told President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday.

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Medvedev Charms Merkel at Munich Summit

Posted by smeddum on July 17, 2009


For several minutes Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and German Chancellor Angela Merkel slide a piece of paper back and forth across the table, scribbling enthusiastically. Then Medvedev lifts the paper up a little, so Merkel can read it better. The chancellor chuckles. Read the rest of this entry »

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