Foreign Ministers from Western powers and Russia have failed to make any headway on resolving the Ukraine crisis.
Leaders from Germany, Russia, Ukraine and France are meeting in Berlin for talks on reviving the stalled peace process in eastern Ukraine. The leaders are also expected to address Russia's role in the Syria conflict.
Top diplomats from Russia and the US have failed to reach a deal to curb fighting in Syria following talks on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in China. The Ukraine conflict has also surfaced in discussions at the forum.
NATO and the EU have agreed to a seven-point plan to counter cyberattacks, information warfare and irregular militia. The alliance's foreign ministers are meeting for the first since the election of Donald Trump.
Berlin has increased its presence on the international stage, but it is still defining what kind of foreign policy actor it wants to be. How is Germany shaping its diplomatic future?
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