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Shock and thaw

14 July 2015 By Olaf Storbeck

The Athens diktat is a risky deviation from German self-constraint in Europe, and would be toxic if it became a new leitmotif. But Berlin’s brute force method was provoked by a misguided Greek strategy that hit trust. German over-assertiveness can remain the exception.

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