Relacje amerykańsko-niemieckie w erze Merkel
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American-German relations in the Merkel’s era
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American-German relations are an important pillar of the USA’s involvement in Europe. However, they underwent a period of slump during the presidency of G.W. Bush, when G. Schröder was the Chancellor of Germany. Chancellor Angela Merkel not only renewed close relations with Washington, but also – seeing them as a factor strengthening the position of Germany on the international arena – managed to build an American-German partnership. Her relations with President Bush can be considered good, but with President Obama – excellent. The latter regarded Merkel to be his best partner and an outstanding leader. The Trump presidency, in turn, is a difficult experience for the German side, arousing concern about the future of mutual relations.
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