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quinta-feira, 19 de julho de 2018

Helsinki meeting Putin-Trump: establishment americano estarrecido

O Belfer Center da Universidade de Harvard dedicou todo o seu boletim desta quinta-feira ao mais "extraordinário" encontro jamais protagonizado por um "presidente" (sorry pelas aspas) americano, em toda a história da república americana.
Paulo Roberto de Almeida 

Putin and Trump at Helskini Press Conference
Russian President Vladimir Putin, right, gestures while speaking as U.S. President Donald Trump, left, looks on during their joint news conference at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, Finland. (Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP)

Assessing the Helsinki Summit

Ash Carter joins with other Belfer Center experts in commenting on the significance and fallout of the Trump-Putin summit.


The Helsinki Summit

Beyond (T)reason?


Ein PR-Erfolg für beide Seiten (in German)


Trump's Refusal to Criticize Russian DNC Involvement 'Extremely Negative'

In Helsinki, Trump Takes ‘Do No Harm’ Approach to Russia on 2 Issues: Syria and Energy


"Who Do You Believe?" A Reporter Asked Trump. His Answer Was Stunning.


Former Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz Reacts to President Trump’s Remarks in Helsinki


"Difficult for Any Progress to be Made"

Confronted With Evidence of Russian Hacking, Trump Reverts to Conspiracy


Mike Rogers, Former House Intel Committee Chairman, On Trump-Putin


What Can We Expect From the Trump-Putin Summit?

More from Russia Matters:
Trump on Russia: In His Own Words | Russia Matters

Trump Wouldn’t Owe Putin a ‘Thank You’ for Selling More Oil


Trump and Putin Face an Urgent Arms Control Deadline in Helsinki


Why Trump Is Getting Away With Foreign-Policy Insanity

More Analysis & Opinion

President Trump Launches Diplomatic Warfare with America’s Closest Allies

Putin Is Running a Destructive Cybercrime Syndicate Out of Russia 

Job One for Space Force: Space Asset Cybersecurity


Trump's Mayhem Allows Putin's Russia to Take Over the Middle East, One Country at a Time


Combating Information Operations


How Russia is Trying to Disrupt the 2018 Election

The Sobering Reasons Congress Must Step Up on Arms Control


The Secret Service Protects Candidates Physically. Why not Digitally?


Military Alliances like NATO "Are at Risk"

Quote of the Week

“In my almost four decades with national defense starting in the Pentagon under Ronald Reagan, I never saw or imagined so uneven a handover of American security interests and principles with nothing in return at a meeting.  It was like watching the destruction of a cathedral.”
Ash Carter on the Helsinki Summit

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