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Europe-US rift develops after a tense, Trump-filled G7 summit - The Globe and Mail

The transatlantic friendship that has seen Europe and the United States forge alliances on everything from defence and culture to trade and climate change since the Second World War seems to be unravelling. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said as much ...and more »

Trump trip leaves US and allies lost in translation - The Times of Israel

After positive reception in Middle East, American president fails to bridge gaps with European leaders during NATO, G7 meetings. By Jerome Cartillier and Angus Mackinnon 27 May 2017, 7:24 pm 2 Edit · Facebook · Twitter · email; Print; 222 shares. US ...and more »

The US quitting the Paris climate agreement will only make things worse - The Conversation AU

US President Donald Trump has announced that he will decide this week whether to follow through on his threat to pull out of the Paris climate agreement. Some news outlets are already reporting that he has decided to leave. But would the world be ...and more »

In Europe, World Leaders Try To Change Trump's Mind On Climate Change - NPR

It was eight against one, according to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. On one side, leaders of Canada, Japan, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom, plus two EU representatives. On the other side, President Trump. And up for debate, the peril ...and more »

Quitting Paris climate deal would threaten US security, UN chief warns - The Guardian

António Guterres says exiting landmark accord would threaten US economy and society: 'If someone leaves a void, I guarantee someone will fill it'. Amanda Holpuch in New York. @holpuch. Tue 30 May 2017 19.06 EDT Last modified on Wed 14 Feb 2018 11.59 ...and more »

UN Chief: Not Even Trump Can Derail Global Action on Climate Change - InsideClimate News

Without naming the United States' president, the head of the United Nations sent a message loud and clear to Donald Trump on Tuesday, joining the chorus of international leaders who are not happy with his efforts to erode progress in fighting climate ...and more »

Trump Advisers Wage Tug of War Before Decision on Climate Deal - New York Times

WASHINGTON — A divided White House staff, anxious corporate executives, lawmakers and foreign leaders are fiercely competing for President Trump's ear this week as he nears a decision on whether to pull the United States out of the Paris climate ...and more »

Trump Is Hearing Plenty About the Paris Climate Deal. Who Will Have the Last Word? - New York Times

Here are the major players hoping to sway President Trump's decision on the landmark climate agreement. Stay In. Leave. May 28, 2017. Stay: At least three Republican Senators. Three Republican senators have publicly supported the Paris climate ...and more »

Paris signatories ponder future of climate accord without US - Financial Times

Donald Trump has spent months dithering over whether to pull the US out of the Paris climate agreement. The US president has promised, via Twitter, that he will finally make a decision this week. But does it really matter if the US quits the UN deal ...and more »

Will the Paris Agreement Be Stronger Without the United States? - The Atlantic

Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. The Paris Agreement on climate change works by a delicate bit of magic. The treaty aims to reduce the world's greenhouse-gas emissions, but it legally requires no ...and more »