Hello, for the last few years the world has been going from crisis to crisis and we have involuntarily got used to the fact that individual problems overlap each other. All of this was exacerbated by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, but this week has partially receded. There was a discussion about another potential aggression, which China would be behind. From a rational point of view, an attack on Taiwan would not be a good move for China, but if we have learned anything this year, it is the fact that it may not matter so much in authoritarian regimes. Now it will be seen whether Xi Jinping is more rational than Vladimir Putin. Europe: Putin can always rely on his German friend Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, many politicians in Europe have turned away from Vladimir Putin, who advocated closer relations with the Russian president. However, Putin can still rely on Gerhard Schröder, who acts as a Russian agent. He showed it again by visiting Moscow. What it’s about: The former German chancellor, who even during the war did not give up his seat on the board of the company that operates Nord Stream 2, claims that Putin wants the war to end with a peaceful solution. At a time when Russian airstrikes on Ukrainian targets continue and there is speculation that the Russians were behind the explosion that killed dozens of prisoners in Olenivka, Schröder went to Moscow and on his return presented himself as a messenger of good news. He immediately gave Ukrainians advice on how to negotiate. According to him, Zelenskyj can forget This article is exclusive content for Denník N subscribers. Are you a subscriber? Log in
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