January 17, 2013

Should Germany Help France in Mali?

Gebauer & Wittrock, Der Spiegel

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Germany is eager to prove it is a reliable ally, particularly after it snubbed France and stayed out of Libya. Wary of getting pulled into the violence in Mali, it has instead offered two planes to transport troops.

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