June 3, 2011

Germany's Nuclear Ban Endangers Europe

Paul Betts, Financial Times

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In one sense, Germany is doing no more than taking its rightful place in the leadership of Europe. However, it seems with decisions such as this it is allowing domestic politics to cloud its European vision and leadership role.

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