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By: Michelle Fox
NATO allies likely have no intention to do more than they want to do and at the end of the day nobody else can do anything about it, says retired U.S. Army Col. Jack Jacobs. » Read More
Bob McNally, Rapidan Energy Group president, says that issues around Germany's dependence on Russian energy has been around for decades.
President Donald Trump launched a scathing attack on German support for one of Europe's most contentious energy developments Wednesday, saying Germany is “totally controlled” by Russia.
President Trump is right to be concerned about Germany being too beholden to Russia for energy, says former diplomat Nicholas Burns.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Trump hold joint presser at NATO Summit to discuss the relationship between the United States and Germany, military spending and trade.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the latest from the NATO Summit including comments from President Trump regarding a gas line from Russia to Germany.
Trump launched a scathing attack Wednesday on German support for one of Europe's most contentious energy developments, the Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline that would run directly from Russia to Germany under the Baltic Sea.
Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas reacts to the latest comments by President Donald Trump.
Ursula von der Leyen reacts to the latest comments from President Donald Trump.
Nigel Sheinwald, former U.K. Ambassador to the U.S., speaks about President Donald Trump's stance on NATO.
Ian Bremmer, President of Eurasia Group, discusses President Trump's visit to the NATO Summit in Brussels and some of the key issues, including defense spending.
Law Professor David Orentlicher explains in The Conversation what the US can learn from European courts as it tries to find an ideological balance in the Supreme Court.
China might be making some progress on its reform agenda, but a lack of more ambitious changes will lead to an elevation in tensions, a report from the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China warned.
President Trump’s trade actions will eventually lead to higher tariffs in aggregate around the world, says the Eurasia Group founder.
European motorcycle owners care more about price than where their bikes are made, says Austin-based custom bike builder.
A softening in U.S. trade rhetoric boosted auto-related stocks listed in Europe.
Market focus was mainly trained to the ongoing Sino-U.S. trade row.