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NATO’s Dilemma: The Ties That Bind Nations Together Are Fraying

By William Tucker Contributor, In Homeland Security Pursuing national interests is difficult for any nation-state; in some cases, it is hard just to define one nation’s interests. Nonetheless, diplomats and politicians try to hammer out agreements in pursuit of their national interests in the most efficient and expeditious manner possible. Agreements are not

Putin Tells 755 US Diplomats to Leave Russia

The Kremlin vowed Sunday to retaliate against the United States for approving new sanctions against Russia for its meddling in last year's presidential election to help President Donald Trump win the White House. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told ABC News' "This Week" Russian President Vladimir Putin says 755 U.S. diplomats in the

Germany urges EU countermeasures against U.S. over Russia sanctions

FILE PHOTO - German Minister for Economic Affairs and Energy, Brigitte Zypries speaks during an interview with Reuters in Berlin, Germany June 16, 2017. REUTERS/STEFANIE LOOS New sanctions against Russia proposed by U.S. lawmakers and which could harm European firms violate international law and the European Commission should consider counter-measures, the German