As an observer from abroad, it is not always easy to classify events in your own country. This was last the case in mid-September last year. At that time, the German defense minister announced that Germany wanted to assume a leading military role in Europe. Eight days later, before the UN General Assembly, the Chancellor confirmed his intention to have a seat on the United Nations Security Council.
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