December 8, 2013

France & Germany: A Loveless Marriage

A. Evans-Pritchard, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

Germany has another five years or so of illusory hegemony in Europe before it all gives way to demographic fundamentals. The younger Entente of France and Britain will take the lead again, buttressed by the high fertility Nordic bloc.

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