25 June 2018

Europe’s relations with Russia – an alternative to the transatlantic deal?

Ştefan Oprea

Even if the transatlantic partnership is not facing an imminent collapse, the European frustration related to Washington’s recent decisions has reached a new level, which could emphasize transatlantic tensions, thus affecting the bilateral relation in the long term. With security being at the center of transatlantic relations, the possibility is rising that common actions of the United States and Europe against belligerent Russian activities could become dissonant, for an unpredictable period of time.

Image source: Mediafax

[ Romanian Version HERE ]   Recent events are shaping transatlantic relations which are different from those of the previous period. As a result of influence from leaders on both sides of the Atlantic, current relations have become more tensioned and difficult, with major effects on the unity of viewpoints in matters of international policy, in security and economy. The financial crisis of 2008 and its consequences – the Brexit, a slow economic growth, the inefficiency [...]

Test the Subscription

You can access this article only if you subscribed to MonitorulApararii.ro

Login Register