Germany wants to restructure its armed forces to better cope with modernization and an expected uptick in investment planned over the next six years. This marching plan comes at a time when its government has been openly criticized over defense expenditures. During the NATO Summit in July, U.S. President Donald Trump repeatedly cited Berlin’s apparent unwillingness to invest in its armed forces, saying it could easily accelerate its defense spending. He also reportedly called upon the ...

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