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Von der layen 09 30 2014
Oct 2, 2014
12:30 am
BERLIN — When Chancellor Angela Merkel was re-elected last fall, she promised to expand her country's role in world affairs by unshackling its military. But as the fight against the Islamic State is showing, that's easier said than done in a society that’s been a perennial conscientious objector since World War II.