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How should Britain engage with Russia?

We can no longer assume that London and Washington agree on Moscow

By Crispin Blunt   April 2017

Theresa May and Vladimir Putin at a G20 meet in China ©Stefan Rousseau/PA Archive/PA Images

When Theresa May visited Donald Trump in January, she also spoke to the Republican caucus about the need to “engage but beware” with regard to Russia. This advice came too late for Trump’s now-former National Security Adviser, Michael Flynn, and his Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The less-than-wary engagement with Russia landed both men in political trouble, and also highlighted the urgent need for the west to align its policy on Russia.

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