Weimar Triangle: How the defence cooperation would play out
The so-called "Weimar Triangle" defence cooperation group of France, Germany and Poland has been making waves in 2011 for two main reasons. Firstly, under the leadership of the Polish Presidency of the Council of the EU, the group has resurrected the controversial topic of a permanent EU military headquarters, much to the chagrin of officials in Westminster. Secondly, a flurry of trilateral treaties have promised greatly enhanced military cooperation between the three nations, which account fo...
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