The US (and the rest of the world) can take a lesson on this subject from Angela Merkel. Germany’s chancellor has carefully chosen both her words and deeds throughout the eurozone crisis. That strategy has helped keep negotiations on track while she maintains healthy approval ratings at home. Those who draw lines in the sand put their own credibility at risk. Continue reading »
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