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Derek Chollet, Amanda Sloat
13.7. 2018, Foreign Policy (USA)
Trump still needs NATO just like NATO still needs America — and the latest Russian indictments prove it
15.7. 2018, NBC News (USA)¨
Whether Trump likes it or not, it’s in the best interests of all NATO allies to stay united in the face of potential threats, from Russia and elsewhere.
15.7. 2018, Forbes (USA)
The Germany, Russia + Putin, Trump, natural gas, and pipeline fiasco at the NATO summit has got all of us thinking. For decades now, the Russian bear has continually been sinking its mighty energy claws into Europe and Germany. Despite long promising to „get off Russian energy,“ Gazprom sales to Europe hit an all time record last year, and Europe is still the largest buyer of Russian oil.
Barçın Yinanç, Mustafa Aydın
16.7. 2018, Hürriyet Daily News (Turecko)
Sometimes there are unjust discussions in Western media on whether Turkey is moving away from NATO or whether Turkey would leave NATO. But there is no such discussion at all in Turkey. I think this is a kind of a bargaining policy from the allies: Putting Turkey into a kind of defensive position. Turkey is heavily involved in many of NATO’s operations. It accepted to become a part of the transatlantic missile defense system with the Kürecik radar in [eastern province of] Malatya. And at the moment, we are also offering the military headquarters in Istanbul to the new land command structure.
13.7. 2018, Reuters (USA)
NATO faces public relations challenge after Trump outbursts. Trump has used two summits to create drama, undermine trust. Drama overshadowed summit moves on ways of curbing Russia.
14.7. 2018, Spectator (Velká Británie)
It is hard to imagine another leader of a western democracy taking the opportunity to undermine a Prime Minister shortly before arriving in Britain, as Trump did this week by describing the country as being ‘in turmoil’. He then appeared to take sides with Boris Johnson just after the former foreign secretary had resigned in protest at Mrs May’s attempt to unite the cabinet on a shared vision of Brexit. Yet for all his bluster and offensiveness, Trump often has a point.