North Korean Crisis Reveals Biggest Rift in US-EU Relations Since WWII

North Korean Crisis Reveals Biggest Rift in US-EU Relations Since WWII

Previously obedient European allies of Washington have openly criticized Donald Trump’s policy toward North Korea, political commentator Rostislav Ishchenko writes, adding that for the first time since the Second World War “the West” is split over the issue of war and peace.

Washington’s ramping up of the war of words with Pyongyang hasn’t got the backing of the EU, RIA Novosti contributor and political commentator Rostislav Ishchenko writes, referring to the fact that the rift between the US and its European allies continues to grow.

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