German Foreign Policy: Merkel's Momentum

Germany’s new Chancellor, Angela Merkel, ran for office on a platform of domestic reform for the flagging economy. Yet, it is her performance in foreign policy which has attracted most international attention. After two visits to Washington this year, the Chancellor is about to cement her improved relationship by taking President George Bush to her home in the former communist East Germany.

The World Today Updated 15 October 2020 Published 1 July 2006 4 minute READ

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