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How Will Trump Handle Putin's Disappointment? - New York Magazine;

How Will Trump Handle Putin's Disappointment? - New York Magazine

New York MagazineHow Will Trump Handle Putin's Disappointment?New York MagazineLast week, while healthcare grabbed the headlines and much of President Trump's national security Cabinet was conveniently on vacation, both Iran and North Korea tested new missiles. Over the weekend, a source explained to reporter Laura Rozen that ...and more »

The Russian Connection - Deutsche Welle;

The Russian Connection - Deutsche Welle

Deutsche WelleThe Russian ConnectionDeutsche WelleThe United States is expanding its list of sanctions against Russia. But in the energy sector, penalising Russian companies threatens their German joint venture partners at the same time. Watch video 01:17 ...and more »

'It's against the law!' Germany DEMANDS EU steps in to BLOCK US sanctions against Russia - Express.co.uk;

'It's against the law!' Germany DEMANDS EU steps in to BLOCK US sanctions against Russia - Express.co.uk

Express.co.uk'It's against the law!' Germany DEMANDS EU steps in to BLOCK US sanctions against RussiaExpress.co.ukNEW sanctions proposed by the United States against Russia could be against international law and the European Union should consider moves to counteract them, a top German official has warned. By Jon Rogers. PUBLISHED: 20:19, Mon, Jul 31, 2017 ...and more »

Germany Condemns US Sanctions against Russia, Damages Europe - Prensa Latina;

Germany Condemns US Sanctions against Russia, Damages Europe - Prensa Latina

Prensa LatinaGermany Condemns US Sanctions against Russia, Damages EuropePrensa LatinaBerlin, Jul 31 (Prensa Latina) German Economy and Energy Minister Brigitte Zypries rejected today the approval of new US sanctions against Russia which, she considered, affect European interests and violate international law. Speaking to local media ...and more »

Germany calls for EU countermeasures against US following Russian sanctions - Deutsche Welle;

Germany calls for EU countermeasures against US following Russian sanctions - Deutsche Welle

Deutsche WelleGermany calls for EU countermeasures against US following Russian sanctionsDeutsche WelleGermany's economy minister has urged the EU to consider countermeasures against the US, after it imposed new sanctions against Russia. Brigitte Zypries has said the US sanctions end up affecting German firms. Brigitte Zypries ...and more »

Russia's countersanctions not affecting EU, expert tells DW - Deutsche Welle;

Russia's countersanctions not affecting EU, expert tells DW - Deutsche Welle

Deutsche WelleRussia's countersanctions not affecting EU, expert tells DWDeutsche WelleWith its latest decisions, the US Senate has given new impetus to the sanctions game between Russia and the West. But economics expert Daniel Gros tells DW how Russia's sanctions on the EU have failed to make an impact. Russian flag next to an EU one ...and more »

Berlin hopes Trump will not sign current edition of bill on anti-Russian sanctions - TASS

Berlin hopes Trump will not sign current edition of bill on anti-Russian sanctionsTASSBERLIN, July 31. /TASS/. German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Monday he hopes US President Donald Trump will finally opt not to sign the bill on further anti-Russian sanctions in its current edition. Read also ...and more »

Austria to protect its interests if US applies anti-Russian sanctions to EU - TASS

Austria to protect its interests if US applies anti-Russian sanctions to EUTASSVIENNA, July 31. /TASS/. Austria is ready to safeguard national interests in case the United States applies anti-Russian sanctions to European companies and intends to coordinate its action with the European Commission, the Federal Ministry for Europe, ...and more »

German Economy Minister Slams New US Sanctions against Russia as 'Counter' to International Law - Intelligencer Post;

German Economy Minister Slams New US Sanctions against Russia as 'Counter' to International Law - Intelligencer Post

Intelligencer PostGerman Economy Minister Slams New US Sanctions against Russia as 'Counter' to International LawIntelligencer PostGerman Minister for Economy and Energy, Brigitte Zypries walks on the promenade of the Baerwalder See in Boxberg,Germany, 15 June 2017. Photo: Carsten Koall/EPA/REX/Shutterstock. Posted By: News Desk July 31, 2017 ...and more »

North Korea or Iran…Where Will President Trump Attack First? - Center for Research on Globalization;

North Korea or Iran…Where Will President Trump Attack First? - Center for Research on Globalization

Center for Research on GlobalizationNorth Korea or Iran…Where Will President Trump Attack First?Center for Research on GlobalizationPresident Trump seems to be impatiently racing toward at least one disastrous war. Maybe two. The big question is who will be first? North Korea or Iran? Over the past several days President Trump has sent two nuclear-capable B-1 bombers over the ...and more »

United States' planned sanctions against Russia contrary to international law: Germany - Firstpost;

United States' planned sanctions against Russia contrary to international law: Germany - Firstpost

FirstpostUnited States' planned sanctions against Russia contrary to international law: GermanyFirstpostBerlin: German Minister for Economics Brigitte Zypries on Monday renewed her criticism of planned US sanctions against Russia, saying the measures "were quite simply contrary to international law". German Economy and Energy Minister Brigitte Zypries.and more »

New Russia Sanctions 'Illegal' Says Germany, Urging Europe to Retaliate Against US - Newsweek;

New Russia Sanctions 'Illegal' Says Germany, Urging Europe to Retaliate Against US - Newsweek

NewsweekNew Russia Sanctions 'Illegal' Says Germany, Urging Europe to Retaliate Against USNewsweekGermany's economy minister has described U.S. sanctions on Russia as illegal and urged the European Union to fight back with aggressive trade policies of its own. The new package of measures against Russia, passed in Congress last week and set to be ...and more »

US sanctions against Russia contrary to international law: Germany - Zee News;

US sanctions against Russia contrary to international law: Germany - Zee News

Zee NewsUS sanctions against Russia contrary to international law: GermanyZee News"The Americans cannot punish German firms because they are conducting business in another country," she said. . IANS| Last Updated: Monday, July 31, 2017 - 18:23. Comment. 0. Comment. Berlin: German Minister for Economics Brigitte Zypries on Monday ...and more »

Germany Urges EU Countermeasures against US over Russia Sanctions - Tasnim News Agency (press release);

Germany Urges EU Countermeasures against US over Russia Sanctions - Tasnim News Agency (press release)

Tasnim News Agency (press release)Germany Urges EU Countermeasures against US over Russia SanctionsTasnim News Agency (press release)TEHRAN (Tasnim) - New sanctions against Russia proposed by US lawmakers and which could harm European firms violate international law and the European Commission should consider counter-measures, the German economy minister was quoted on ...and more »

Germany says 'nein' to US energy ambitions, survey shows - Newsline;

Germany says 'nein' to US energy ambitions, survey shows - Newsline

NewslineGermany says 'nein' to US energy ambitions, survey showsNewslineJuly 31 (UPI) — Norway is the most trustworthy partner for European natural gas and most Germans see the United States as less-than-forthcoming on energy, a survey found. Forsa Institute, one of the leading polling firms in Germany, conducted a survey ...and more »

German minister urges 'countermeasures' against US for Russia sanctions - CNBC;

German minister urges 'countermeasures' against US for Russia sanctions - CNBC

CNBCGerman minister urges 'countermeasures' against US for Russia sanctionsCNBCGerman Economy Minister Brigitte Zypries asked the European Commission to look into possible countermeasures against the United States, following tough sanctions against Russia that could potentially hit European companies. "We consider this to be a ...and more »

Berlin calls for retaliation against 'illegal' US sanctions on Russia - RT;

Berlin calls for retaliation against 'illegal' US sanctions on Russia - RT

RTBerlin calls for retaliation against 'illegal' US sanctions on RussiaRTNew penalties against Moscow proposed by US lawmakers violate international law and officials in Brussels should consider countermeasures, the German economy minister said on Monday. Read more. © Stefan Klein / Global Look Press Trade war?and more »

Germans Prefer Russian Gas to 'More US LNG': Survey - Natural Gas World

Germans Prefer Russian Gas to 'More US LNG': SurveyNatural Gas WorldBASF-owned Wintershall, one of Gazprom's closest upstream partners and a backer of its 55bn m³/yr Nord Stream 2 project, has published results of a survey which it says indicate that most Germans not only oppose an expansion of US sanctions against ...and more »

America's new anti-Russia sanctions violate law – Germany - News Agency of Nigeria (press release);

America's new anti-Russia sanctions violate law – Germany - News Agency of Nigeria (press release)

News Agency of Nigeria (press release)America's new anti-Russia sanctions violate law – GermanyNews Agency of Nigeria (press release)The potential new round of US sanctions against Russia violates international law, and therefore the European Commission should consider countermeasures, German Minister for Economics and Energy Brigitte Zypries said Monday. “We consider this to be a ...and more »

German Economy Minister Says Proposed US Anti-Russia Sanctions Violate Int'l Law - Sputnik International;

German Economy Minister Says Proposed US Anti-Russia Sanctions Violate Int'l Law - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalGerman Economy Minister Says Proposed US Anti-Russia Sanctions Violate Int'l LawSputnik InternationalGerman Minister for Economics and Energy Brigitte Zypries stated that new round of US sanctions against Russia violates international law. US Department of State Building. © Sputnik/. Department of State Expresses Regret Over Russian Decision to Cut US ...and more »