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Five things we learned from the Biden-Putin summit in Geneva

Cool normality helped exorcise ghost of 2018’s disastrous Helsinki summit but what else was achieved?

1) The weird and unpredictable Trump era is over.

  • Luke Harding
  • The Guardian

In 2018 Donald Trump held a disastrous summit with Putin in the Finnish capital Helsinki.

The then US president said he believed Putin’s assurances that Moscow did not interfere in the 2016 US election with a joint press conference that was so humiliating for America that Trump’s senior adviser Fiona Hill…

In Geneva, by contrast, cool normality was on display. Biden was well prepared for the US-Russia summit.

He cut a relaxed figure, telling Putin he wanted a “predictable” relationship after a…

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