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I had an exchange with a friend earlier today. They suggested that NATO’s case of the Trumps is terminal. I disagreed, but suggested that a Trump victory in 2020 might very well render NATO largely irrelevant to the power politics of western Eurasia. I’m thinking that I might be too optimistic. The Pentagon is analyzing […]
Josh Rogin write in the Washington Post that: Trump has been publicly trashing the E.U. and NATO since his campaign, but the pace and viciousness of his attacks have increased. Just this week, at a rally in North Dakota, Trump said: “The European Union, of course, was set up to take advantage of the United […]
One can understand Ecuador’s desire to get him the hell out of there, but I suspect the Foreign Office did a little ROFLOLing at the thought of granting Julian Assange diplomatic immunity. The United Kingdom’s Foreign Office rejected the Ecuadorian government’s request to grant diplomatic immunity to the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The Foreign Office […]
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