After the JCPOA, the world needs Germany. But where is it?

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Series Details 30.05.18
Publication Date 30/05/2018
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In this comment feature the author argued that Germany could put some more effort in 2018 into defending the liberal international order. Yet it still declined to do so.

Author references, in particular, the official German reaction to the decision in May 2018 by US President Donald Trump to withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA), the deal agreed with Iran to curb its nuclear weapons programme.

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French Institute of International Relations: DGAP Kompakt, No.4b, April 2018: Mind the Gap: How France and Germany Can Spearhead Joint Foreign Policy Initiatives Now
European Council on Foreign Relations: Policy Brief, 17.04.18: The Young and the Restful: Why young Germans have no vision for Europe
Carnegie Europe: Strategic Europe, 17.04.18: Germany’s No-Go Foreign Policy
Germany: Federal Foreign Office: Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Spiegel Online International, 18.05.18: Iran Crisis. Trump Drives Wedge Between Germany and France
The, 09.05.18: 'A slap in the face’: How Germany reacted to Trump leaving the Iran nuclear deal

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