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William Noah Glucroft

Germany, security/defense, transatlantic relations

William Noah Glucroft is curious about the world's most reluctant superpower.

The German nation stretches back hundreds of years, but the country as it appears on the map today only goes back a few decades. This dynamic is the cause of some confusion — both in how Germany views itself and how outsiders view Germany. Bridging that gap is at the center of William's reporting. Born in the United States and a student of history, William writes about why Germany matters to Europe and beyond. Peel back the layers of German technocracy and one finds a fascinating story of a powerful country that in some regards wishes it wasn't. That is a story, in its myriad manifestations, that William likes to tell.

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