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Kerry Seen Winning German Good Will, Not Troops

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Kerry Seen Winning German Good Will, Not Troops

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Kerry Seen Winning German Good Will, Not Troops

Kerry Seen Winning German Good Will, Not Troops

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Observers say a John Kerry presidency would likely improve U.S. ties to Germany, but call it unrealistic to think Kerry could persuade Germany to send troops to reinforce U.S. forces in Iraq. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and Josef Joffe of German newspaper Die Zeit.

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