Poll: Germans are deeply worried about US alliance, while Americans are not

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The alliance between the United States and Germany is one of Washington's most historically important and stable, with Europe's largest economy not only proving an important political and trade partner but also hosting roughly 38,000 U.S. troops across a number of military bases. But with just weeks to go before a potentially contentious meeting of NATO leaders in London, a new poll suggests that the two largest nations in the alliance (in terms of economy and population) have very different views of their relationship — and, in particular, that Americans are overlooking considerable doubts among Germans. The poll, jointly conducted by the Pew Research Center and the German firm...

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