Foreign relations of Germany

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Politics and government of
Germany

The Federal Republic of Germany is a Central European country and member of the European Union, Group of 8 and NATO (among others). Germany is one of the world's leading industrialized countries and biggest market economy in Europe, with "windows to the East and West".

Since reunification in 1990, Germany has further extended its commitments and central position in European and global affairs.

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