lundi 27 mars 2017

Fin de la "bromance" Trump-Poutine?

Alors qu'on enquête toujours sur une possible collaboration entre des membres de l'entourage de Trump pendant la campagne et des représentants du gouvernement russe, plusieurs dossiers montrent également la fracture dans la défense de certains intérêts.

 "U.S. intelligence officials believe Putin interfered in the 2016 U.S. election in part to exact revenge on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who publicly backed major street protests against Putin in 2011.

Official Trump administration statements relating to Russia have so far generally tracked those of the Obama administration, which could suggest that U.S. officials are following old guidance as they await fresh policy direction.

More detail could come when Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Brussels on Friday for a meeting of NATO foreign ministers at which Russia is certain to be a main topic. Tillerson originally planned to skip the meeting, creating an uproar among NATO allies anxious about Trump’s commitment to European security."

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