Germany and Europe’s Security: Normalisation is Overdue

Germany has gradually assumed an increasing share of European leadership in recent years. Now it needs to take more responsibility for the Continent’s security.
Europe’s post-Cold War order feels increasingly under siege. The embers of the Eurozone crisis still smoulder quietly in Greece, and its fallout stifles economic growth and employment across the bloc. The Schengen Agreement – perhaps the greatest symbol of European integration – is buckling under the weight of the refugee crisis. Equally worrisome are the rising threats to Europe’s security on its southern and eastern periphery. Putin’s Russia is probing NATO’s commitment to its eastern fringe …read more

Source: Australian Institute of International Affairs

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