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- President Donald Trump has made Europe think about whether it can rely on US for security.
- Some there aren’t so sure, and in Germany it has stoked debate about attaining a domestic nuclear deterrent.
- But on top of political and technical obstacles, Germany is treaty-bound not to develop nuclear arms.
President Donald Trump’s relationship with Europe has been characterized by him attacking NATO for what he perceives as failures to meet the defense-spending goals alliance members have agreed to work toward.
A consequence of this newly contentious relationship is more interest in Europe in domestic defense capacity. In Germany, that interest is going nuclear.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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