Chancellor Angela Merkel is in a diplomatic roller-coaster amidst a political minefield.
She is meeting President Donald Trump on Friday, for the first time since his election. And on Thursday, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin confirmed that a bilateral meeting has been fixed for May 2 in Moscow, Reuters reports. That is the first bilateral rather than conflict-mediation meeting since 2014.
Meanwhile, Merkel is campaigning for her reelection against Martin Schulz, the former President of ...
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