France’s Macron: I’m not sorry I called NATO brain dead

France’s Macron: I’m not sorry I called NATO brain dead

French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday (28 November) said his remarks that NATO was experiencing “brain death” had been a useful wake-up call to alliance members, and he would not apologise for saying it. Macron’s blunt verdict ahead of a Dec. 4 summit in Britain drew strong reaction from European peers who believe Europe still needs to rely heavily on the transatlantic military alliance for its defence. But the French leader, speaking alongside NATO’s Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, made no apology for the remarks, which he said were needed after allies…

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A deputy from the ruling presidential party divides Ukraine from the European choice

A deputy from the ruling presidential party divides Ukraine from the European choice

These days, Ukraine marks the anniversary of the start of two revolutions, which were an attempt to escape from Russia to Europe. Will a third rebellion be necessary for a European choice? Because the oligarch and the influential parliamentarian standing next to the comedian president are corrupting Ukraine to Russia. November 22, 2004 in Ukraine began bloodless protests, known as the Orange Revolution. Protesters supported pro-European presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko and opposed election fraud in favor of pro-Russian Viktor Yanukovych. Yushchenko won, but the Ukrainians failed to fulfill their dream….

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