A Sheep in Wolf’s Clothes

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Media Outlet: The Wall Street Journal

For the better part of a century, Europe’s failure to find an answer to “the German question” sealed the continent’s bloody fate. After unification, in 1871, Germany was inherently destabilizing—too big to be subsumed into existing alliances yet too small to dominate Europe.  

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Yascha Mounk is a fellow in New America's Political Reform program.