U.S. Spying on ‘Allies’ Spoils Biden’s Set-Piece Visit to Europe, by Strategic Culture Editorial Board

It’s hard to cast spying on your friends in a good light. From the Strategic Culture editorial board, at strategic-culture.org:

Biden is to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Geneva only days after his embarrassing encounter with European vassals, er, “allies”.

American President Joe Biden flies to Europe next week for a series of major summits in what was being billed as a happy revival for the transatlantic alliance. Four years of bitter and divisive chaos under Trump were supposed to be sutured by the new president declaring the importance of a strong U.S.-European partnership and “shared values”.

Unfortunately for Biden, the scandal over U.S. spying on European governments looks like casting a shadow on the “happy family reunion”. What’s more, this American president is fully implicated in the illicit snooping.

The timing also upsets Biden’s attempt to burnish America’s image as a defender of “rules-based order” and “shared Western values” when he meets Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Geneva for their first face-to-face presidential summit.

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One response to “U.S. Spying on ‘Allies’ Spoils Biden’s Set-Piece Visit to Europe, by Strategic Culture Editorial Board

  1. This should be good.🥴

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