Zero hour in German foreign policy amid Russia-Ukraine conflict

A convoy of Bundeswehr armoured vehicles arriving at the Nato enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group Battalion in Rukla, Lithuania, on Feb 17, 2022. PHOTO: AFP
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BERLIN - It has only been a few weeks that the Washington Post labelled Germany as "a weak link in Nato's line of defence".

It ran an opinion piece in January with this headline explaining why Berlin has become an unreliable partner in the United States-led military alliance in Europe.

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