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Türkiye's balancing role a driving force for Russia, Ukraine to find common ground

Anadolu Agency 11 Aug 2022
24, the Turkish Foreign Ministry called Russia's actions in Ukraine "unacceptable" and a "violation of international law." ... "I think they're trying to process whether or not a country can be a strong NATO ally, even if it is pursuing a transactional foreign policy," he said.

The Democrats’ 2022 death wish

The Hill 11 Aug 2022
... food, gasoline and home energy prices; and an overbearing government that is rapidly eroding personal freedoms for all Americans — not to mention disastrous foreign policy that may be inching us closer to potential nuclear war with Russia, China, Iran or North Korea, you pick.

Interview: From Food Shortages To Geopolitical Shifts, The Ripple Effects Of Ukraine War Take Hold

Radio Free Europe 11 Aug 2022
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has disrupted global food chains and is contributing to a crisis exacerbated by already-rising food prices and deepening poverty across much of the Middle East and parts of Africa ... Where are things headed for how Washington sees the Kremlin and its foreign policy?.

Europeans must be willing to ‘pay’ to support Ukraine – top EU diplomat

Russia Today 11 Aug 2022
Helping Ukraine in its fight against Russia comes at a price for Europe, which citizens should be willing to pay, the EU’s foreign policy chief has said ... Borrell was referring to surging inflation and potential power shortages faced by European nations after deciding to punish Russia for attacking Ukraine by refusing to buy its energy.

Letter: Huff Brown has experience to serve Granite Staters

Union Leader 11 Aug 2022
Huff Brown has experience to serve Granite Staters. To the Editor ... Gail will work to bring positive change to Congress and represent the values and goals of New Hampshire citizens ... She will. ... Enact rational border controls and immigration policy changes. Ensure a strengthened foreign policy to face the threats coming from China, Russia, and Iran ... Rye.

Türkiye urges Sweden, Finland to fulfil NATO accession commitments

Xinhua 11 Aug 2022
"They have not yet fulfilled their commitments made in the documents (to join NATO)," Mevlut Cavusoglu told the annual Ambassadors' Conference, which was held in the capital Ankara to discuss the Turkish foreign policy. Finland and Sweden decided to join NATO after the outbreak of Russia-Ukraine conflict in late February.

Biden met with historians who warned him about threats to democracy and compared the current ...

Yahoo Daily News 11 Aug 2022
The meeting was in step with Biden's habit of seeking outside experts to provide guidance on domestic and foreign-policy issues. He also met with Bill Clinton in May to discuss inflation and the midterms and with a group of foreign-policy experts in January when the US anticipated Russia's invasion of Ukraine.Story continues ... Advertisement. TRENDING.

Top EU diplomat: Europeans have to be set to ‘pay’ to stand with Ukraine

MENA FN 11 Aug 2022
(MENAFN) Aiding Ukraine in its battle against Russia comes at a cost for Europe, which residents should be willing to pay, the EU–s foreign policy head declared. A Russian victory would be Europe–s ... .

US looks to key Asian partners as Indonesia ‘likely to reject’ calls for Russian oil ...

South China Morning Post 11 Aug 2022
Washington to approach Malaysia, Australia and Japan as Indonesia’s foreign policy principle means it is ‘unlikely to side with either the West or Russia... .

Armenian Edition of ‘Storm Over the Caucasus’ Published in Yerevan

Asbarez 11 Aug 2022
... for modern warfare, or the geopolitical ramifications of the conflict, particularly for Russia and Turkey,” wrote Rob Lee, a senior fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, in his review of the book for the Centre for Analysis of Strategies and Technologies (CAST).

Algeria’s Foreign Policy: Facing a Crossroads

The Washington Institute 10 Aug 2022
Yet as the unmatched superpower of the last three decades, the United States has had some type of impact on almost every country’s foreign policy decisions. Foreign direct investments, military aid, and access to American technology are just some of the tools Washington uses to entice its partners and shape their policies abroad.

What the risk of US-China conflict over Taiwan means for India | Mint

Live Mint 10 Aug 2022
Once again this fits well with China’s attempts to undermine the international liberal order by driving a tendency elsewhere too—not least in Western media and polities—to identify countries and their foreign policies with their leaders from Brazil’s Bolsonaro to Turkey’s Erdogan to Russia’s Putin and until recently, America’s Trump.

‘US has destroyed its own hegemony’

Asiatimes 10 Aug 2022
Russia was eager to accept any insult in order to gain Western membership ... This could lead to the rise of new political forces, of which the Dutch and Italian farmers’ protests are indications, that could force European governments into representing their own peoples instead of Washington’s economic and foreign-policy interests.

Kosovo PM says tensions with Serbs in north could escalate, warns of possible new conflict

Reuters 10 Aug 2022
'Aggressive policies' by Serbia abet strifeSays Serbia ally Russia has 'interest in spreading war'Serbia, Russia don't recognise Kosovo independence ... Serbia has not introduced sanctions against Russia despite its goal of joining the EU and harmonising foreign policy with the bloc.

Alexander Vindman on Trump as 'cult leader' — and the line from Jan. 6

Raw Story 10 Aug 2022
Of course, I can't help but think about if Donald Trump had been more thoughtful and heeded the warnings about how his behavior with Ukraine and foreign policy more generally might undermine the country's security ... If we don't manage our foreign policy correctly, the country can be drawn into a hot war with Russia.

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In this photo released by the Taiwan Ministry of National Defense, Taiwan military forces conduct anti-landing drills during the annual Han Kuang military exercises near New Taipei City in Taiwan on Wednesday, July 27, 2022
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On 16 June 2022, Volodymyr Zelenskyy meet, in Kyiv, with "met with President of France Emmanuel Macron, Chancellor of Germany Olaf Scholz, President of Romania Klaus Iohannis and Prime Minister of Italy Mario Draghi, who arrived in Ukraine on a visit."
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Marina Ovsyannikova, a former Russian state TV journalist who quit after making an on-air protest of Russia's military operation in Ukraine, sits in a court room prior to a hearing in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, July 28, 2022
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