November 1, 2012

Berlin Unsure About a President Romney

Severin Weiland, Der Spiegel

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Germans like US President Barack Obama, but what if his challenger Mitt Romney wins next week's election instead? The Republican politician is hard to read when it comes to foreign policy matters, and politicians in Berlin are asking what it would mean for German-American relations.

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