Berlin’s untenable foreign-policy strategic vacuum

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Publication Date 04/10/2018
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The author argued that Germany could no longer afford to float foreign policy ideas that had no practical consequences, and keep muddling through. Germany has become a large country with the foreign policy of a small state.

Source Link https://www.ecfr.eu/article/commentary_berlins_untenable_foreign_policy_strategic_vacuum
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