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That is another thing I try to explain from time to time. The current german government isn't strong, but rather quite weak. And weak governments tend to plan from day to day, in other words not at all. They don't really think about other european countries, they think about the next state election.

So I tend to protest if I read analyses of the sort, Germany is planning this and wanting that. The current isn't planing and wanting mostly negative things, like to be left alone or to kick the can down the road so that they can concentrate on the coalition crisis.

Not that policy by drift can't be harmful.

by IM on Thu Sep 8th, 2011 at 06:32:51 AM EST
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