Source - The Daily Express

Trump’s defence boss has expressed an openness to the possibility of talks with his Russian counterpart shortly after the President’s highly controversial summit with Vladimir Putin, it has been revealed.


Source - Fox News

President Trump denied he was "pro-Russia" and slammed former CIA Director John Brennan in a Fox News interview airing Tuesday night.


Source - The Daily Express

TheEuropean Union is facing a revolt with Italy and Hungary amongst a group of eurosceptic member states who are growing frustrated about the bloc’s refusal to drop sanctions on Russia.


Source - Independent

Theresa May has narrowly seen off a backbencher rebellion on a key piece of Brexit legislation during a dramatic night in the House of Commons.


Source - The Daily Express

Trump’s spat with the EU sparked an outcry for action from Germany who blasted the president for calling the EU the US’ “foe”.


Source - Fox News

President Trump met behind closed doors for more than two hours Monday with Putin, as the two leaders tackled weighty issues amid political pressure back home for Trump to get tough with the Russian president.


Source - Fox News

Trump on Monday touted his success for making NATO “strong and rich again” at a summit last week just hours before he is set to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin.


Source - The Daily Express

Macron has appeared to reject Donald Trump’s claims that Nato members had agreed to increase their contributions beyond the current targets.


Source - The Daily Express

Trump has lashed out Angela Merkel over Germany's reliance on Russia for energy describing it as a "tragedy" and "horrific" that the nation would send "billions" on the pipeline.


Source - The Daily Express

Trump has warned the EU he will make them pay for years of "taking advantage" of the United States – describing the situation as a "disgrace".


HEADLINE NEWS AND COMMENTS

Source - The Daily Express

Theresa May last night thwarted an attempt by pro-Brussels Tory MPs to keep Britain locked in a customs union with Brussels after Brexit.


Source - Fox News

Trump and Putin touted their highly anticipated summit Monday as a success, though allegations of Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election quickly took center stage at a joint press conference.


ANALYTIC

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard - The Telegraph

The Chequers Plan is still-born. Theresa May cannot command a Tory majority in Parliament for her fatal compromise. The votes can be found only by turning to the opposition, and that way lies Sir Robert Peel and the schism of 1846.


by John Hudson, Paul Sonne, Karen DeYoung and Josh Dawsey - The Washington Post

The Pentagon is analyzing the cost and impact of a large-scale withdrawal or transfer of American troops stationed in Germany, amid growing tensions between President Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.


by Anthony H. Cordesman - CSIS

Limiting or eliminating the potential North Korea nuclear threat to the United States is a key aspect of U.S. strategy. It is important to remember, however, that it is only part of America's vital strategic interests in Asia.


by Michael Birnbaum - The Washington Post

U.S. commanders are worried that if they had to head off a conflict with Russia, the most powerful military in the world could get stuck in a traffic jam.


by Ashish Kumar Sen - Atlantic Council

Russia is attempting to influence the midterm elections in the United States in November as well as divide the transatlantic alliance, US Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats warned.


07.06.2018 | Merkel's Final Act
Philipp Rotmann, the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin - The National Interest

Germany is once more in a key position to shape Europe’s destiny, in a world in which the West is adrift as it confronts increasingly assertive challengers.


by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard - The Telegraph

After weeks of brinkmanship, the radical Five Star Movement and the anti-Lega nationalists have largely succeeded in forcing their own eurosceptic choice on the Italian political establishment.


by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard - The Telegraph

Any move by Italy’s insurgent government to issue parallel liquidity will set off a red alert in financial markets and call into question the survival of Europe’s monetary union.


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