How Much Value is Germany Adding to NATO Defence?
Germany today stands at a crossroads in its defence policy posture. A nation famously reticent about military force in the aftermath of World War Two, contemporary Germany has started to slowly but surely "normalise" its military affairs. Today, the Bundeswehr is deployed in Afghanistan, where, despite inter-NATO jibes, their police training mission and special-forces are highly valued coalition assets. Meanwhile, a radical military reform bill intends to both reduce the number of serving p...
TO READ THE FULL STORY
Please note: That all fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required.