That Helsinking Feeling: Theme of the Week
This Week Was Helsinki Week
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- The big theme at Bloomberg Opinion this week was President Donald Trump’s summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. We covered every angle, from the walk-up to the meeting to the immediate reactions to it to the long-term repercussions of it.
Trump Doesn’t Owe Putin for Selling More Oil – Meghan O’Sullivan
Trump’s Talks With Putin Are Tainted – Timothy L. O’Brien
Trump’s Display Next to Putin Was Shocking – Bloomberg’s Editors
Putin and Trump Couldn’t Make the Relationship Work – Leonid Bershidsky
Post-Helsinki, Trump Should Release His Tax Returns – Timothy L. O’Brien
Trump’s Foreign Policy Is Finally Off the Chain – Hal Brands
Trump’s Disdain for Europe Risks the U.S. Economy – Michael R. Strain
A Search for the Logic of the Helsinki Summit – Noah Feldman
Trump Disgraces the Presidency in Helsinki – Eli Lake
What Purpose Is Served by Calling Trump Treasonous? – Bloomberg Opinion writers
How to Tell If a President’s Words Are ‘Treason’ – Cass Sunstein
Israel Got the Biggest Win From Helsinki – Zev Chafets
Trump Is (Probably) Not a Russian Pawn – Tyler Cowen
The Law Behind Putin’s ‘Incredible Offer’ – Leonid Bershidsky
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Mark Gongloff is an editor with Bloomberg Opinion. He previously was a managing editor of Fortune.com, ran the Huffington Post's business and technology coverage, and was a columnist, reporter and editor for the Wall Street Journal.
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