Germany’s Scholz to reassure US over Ukraine in first Biden meet Olaf Scholz’s visit comes as some NATO allies question Berlin’s response to Russian build-up near Ukraine.
German leader's stance on Russia looms over first visit to US
Berlin's refusal to supply lethal weapons to Ukraine, bolster Germany's troop presence in Eastern Europe or spell out which sanctions it would support against Russia has drawn criticism abroad and at home.
German Chancellor Scholz to meet Putin in Moscow ‘soon’
Berlin’s new leader seeks to counter criticism of his response to Russia.
Europe's week: Ukraine crisis, energy fears and nuclear labelled green
Here are the key stories occupying minds in Brussels this week. #StateOfTheUnion
Why can’t Europe agree on how to deal with the Ukraine crisis?
While some EU nations have sent military support to Ukraine, others keep pressing for a diplomatic solution.
Ukraine crisis: Why is Germany out of step with the US, Europe?
Germany has refused to send weapons to Ukraine and adopted a relatively softer line on Russia.
Ex-German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder mocked for Ukraine comments
The Social Democrat who governed Germany until 2005 has long had a cordial relationship with the Kremlin.
'Whose side are you on?': Russia war threat shakes Ukraine's faith in ties with Germany
So grateful were Ukrainians for British military aid arriving last week that "God Save the Queen" was trending on Twitter, while one winery in western Ukraine offered free drinks to British nationals.