Air Force Deal Could Cost European Jobs
Trans-Atlantic relations don't have to be contentious when money is at stake. Last Wednesday evening, Henry Kissinger, éminence grise of American foreign policy, was campaigning for donations to rebuild the Berlin city palace -- a royal residence heavily damaged in World War II and demolished by the Communists -- in faraway Germany.
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