President Bush travels to Germany to meet with one of the most vocal foes to his policies toward Iran, Iraq and China. Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and the president focused on areas of agreement, though a recent survey shows that almost 60 percent of Germans disapprove of American foreign policy.
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