NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg says ‘profound disagreements’ with Russia remain over the crisis in Ukraine. He made the comments after the military alliance held talks with the country for the first time since it annexed Crimea almost two years ago.
In a DW interview, Barbora Maronkova of the NATO Information Centre in Kyiv discusses the participation of alliance troops in the Independence Day parade in Ukraine, and the growing support for NATO in the region.
The former German chancellor has come under fire from his successor for taking a top job with Russian oil giant Rosneft. The firm is a target of US and EU sanctions that were imposed after Russia's annexation of Crimea.
Russia and Belarus are set to stage the Zapad 2017 war games, and the operation's size is causing concern among Western observers. Moscow's heavy troop presence has some worrying whether Minsk's sovereignty is at risk.
People in a number of US-allied nations trust Vladimir Putin more than Donald Trump when it comes to handling foreign affairs, according to a new survey. The results show a significant lack of confidence in both leaders.
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