German President Joachim Gauck at the 50th Munich Security Conference. His welcome address centered on Germany’s role in the world. (Joerg Koch/Getty Images)
German President Joachim Gauck at the 50th Munich Security Conference. His welcome address centered on Germany’s role in the world.
(Joerg Koch/Getty Images)

Germany’s Dramatic and Alarming Foreign Policy Pivot

February 5, 2014  •  From theTrumpet.com
2014 could be the year Germany replaces America as the world’s unilateral superpower.
 

Germany’s relationship with the international community in recent years has been one of unrequited affection. America and other world powers have been begging Germany to get more involved in world affairs and to exert more global leadership. But Berlin has responded slowly and coyly, with a reluctance many find curious and vexing.

That changed in January 2014.

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