Vladimir Putin achieved his goal of embarrassing the United States. But Russians are already bracing for the backlash.
There are several takeaways from Helsinki that may go well beyond temporary headlines in the 24/7 news cycle.
Negotiations on the EU’s next budget may help address some of the most pressing needs for EU reform. But the technical nature of these talks cannot provide a convincing narrative about the future of Europe.
Repercussions of the Helsinki summit are still being felt in Washington and beyond. President Trump has maintained that U.S.-Russia relations need to improve both for the benefit of the U.S. and for global stability. Are better relations realistically possible?
President Trump’s remarks casting doubt on the accuracy of the U.S. intelligence communities could have long-lasting ramifications.
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Never before has a U.S. president so willfully catered to an American adversary and so effortlessly sacrificed American values and interests as the entire world watched.
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The consensus on economic globalisation and a relative harmony among the major powers—which defined the post Cold War era—is now breaking down.
President Trump’s performance at his press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin could scarcely have been more favorable to Putin or more threatening to the security of U.S. democracy.
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What will come out of Trump’s meeting with Putin? And what’s the future for U.S.-Russia relations?
Europe has concerns about China’s trade policies. But the two countries may want to unite for a more rules based global trade system.
What we saw at Helsinki was the single most embarrassing performance by a U.S. president on the world stage in many decades.
Putin can only delight in how Trump is doing the Kremlin’s work by sowing discord in the West. Who would have imagined that an American president would have done Russia’s bidding?
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Any agreement that results in rapprochement with the West may provide some economic growth from sanctions relief, but it may also shift balance of power within the Russian political establishment from the powerful hawks to the system’s liberals.
A conciliatory approach with Russia has not worked out for the past three U.S. presidents or a long list of European leaders, and it likely won’t for Trump either.