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EU Offers Trump Cooperation While Signaling Policy Firmness

  • Europe draws red lines on climate, Iran, Russia positions
  • European foreign ministers discuss future ties with U.S.
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How U.S. International Relations and Policies May Change

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The European Union promised to cooperate with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump while vowing to stand by international agreements he has questioned including United Nations deals to curb climate change and ease sanctions on Iran.

After a dinner in Brussels to discuss future EU-U.S. relations in the wake of Trump’s victory in the Nov. 8 American election, European foreign ministers also signaled a determination to maintain their opposition to Russia’s encroachment in eastern Ukraine.