Researches about Ukraine

NATO’s Eastern Flank Needs NATO–EU Cooperation, Not Competition

The German Marshall Fund of the United States

Transatlantic TakeOn Friday Romanian President Klaus Johannis met President Trump in Washington, DC. Romania is not what many call “core Europe,”­ and is often perceived as less important than the European heavyweights. Many agree that Romania’s commitment to spending 2 percent of GDP on defense is what rendered a presidential meeting so early in the U.S. administration’s mandate. Set against the background of increased uncertainty concerning U.S. relations with and commitment to its allies and general turmoil over the Russia investigation, the visit may have remained unnoticed had Trump not committed the United States to Article 5 in response to …read more

Source: The German Marshall Fund of the United States

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