Tag: France

The Post-War ‘Consensus’ is Over – ‘Either We Reinvent Bretton Woods, or It Risks Losing Relevance’

Kevin Baron, editor of Defense One (a leading US defence publication, funded by the defence industry) explains his anxieties about NATO’s future: “NATO’s external threats, and internal leaders’ divisions are not what worries me the most … I expected panelists I spoke with over the past month to raise familiar issues … but I was surprised by their serious concern...

Multilateralism or International Law?

France has just organized the “IInd Paris Peace Forum” in Paris [1]. According to President Emmanuel Macron, this is about promoting multilateralism that his US counterpart, President Donald Trump, is allegedly destroying. Is this true? Is that the problem? On the contrary, the facts suggest that Westerners, including France, have since the disintegration of the USSR taken fundamental action against international...

Ukraine Might Finally See Peace, Unless The US ‘Deep State’ Sabotages It First

The intense diplomatic efforts undertaken by Presidents Putin and Zelensky finally yielded credible hope that peace might eventually return to Ukraine following their first-ever face-to-face meeting during this week’s Normandy Summit in Paris, but the greatest obstacle that both leaders will have to surmount is the subversive efforts of Trump’s ‘deep state’ foes to sabotage the peace process by Color...

Normandy Meeting Confirms Zelensky Has Zero Friends in Europe

It came as no shock to me that the meeting in Paris between the so-called Normandy Four between the leaders of Ukraine, Russia, Germany and Franc ended without any breakthroughs. The first meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was mostly a get-to-know-you affair. That’s sad because it was a missed opportunity for Angela Merkel, Emmanuel...