‘Who wants to go for confrontation with the US?’ – Willy Wimmer on the AUKUS submarine deal

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Willy Wimmer, former vice-president of the OSCE and former State Secretary to Germany’s Defence Minister, shares his views on the recent pact between the UK, Australia and the US.

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