“The nature of our relationship with the United States has always been a bit of a roller coaster,Ó Jrgen Hardt, the German government’s Coordinator of Transatlantic Cooperation said this summer in his office in Berlin. “There have been ups and downs. Right now, we are at a very low point.” (Claudia Himmelreich/McClatchy)
“The nature of our relationship with the United States has always been a bit of a roller coaster,Ó Jrgen Hardt, the German government’s Coordinator of Transatlantic Cooperation said this summer in his office in Berlin. “There have been ups and downs. Right now, we are at a very low point.” (Claudia Himmelreich/McClatchy) McClatchy
“The nature of our relationship with the United States has always been a bit of a roller coaster,Ó Jrgen Hardt, the German government’s Coordinator of Transatlantic Cooperation said this summer in his office in Berlin. “There have been ups and downs. Right now, we are at a very low point.” (Claudia Himmelreich/McClatchy) McClatchy

NSA eavesdropping is still roiling relations with Germany

September 30, 2014 03:16 PM

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