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June 2017
Moderate Voice;6/1/2017, p6
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The article focuses on abroad trips of the U.S. president Donald Trump to Saudi Arabia along with concerns for several allies of the U.S. Topics include concerns over management of the U.S. foreign relations with the Europe by dissociation from the Paris Agreement; refusal of Trump over its commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Article 5 at the G7 meeting that held at Sicily, Italy; and challenges over reduction in jobs associated with renewable energy industries.


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