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Home > Blog > 'A slap in the face’: How Germany reacted to Tru Dual-SIM LTE Router

'A slap in the face’: How Germany reacted to Tru Dual-SIM LTE Router

US President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal has brought liberal and conservative German media together in mutual outrage. Politicians across the aisle have been equally vocal in their condemnation.

The USA's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal on Tuesday evening is sparking controversy throughout the world - particularly in international media.

In Germany, the Iran deal pullout was the top story on most national news sites. Across the board, German media and politicians voiced loud critique on Wednesday of the Iran nuclear deal pull-back.

Trump defied European pleas to stay in the 2015 pact, which curbs Iran's nuclear program in return for sanctions relief, and reimposed crippling sanctions which will come into effect within six months. 

The decision marked a stark diplomatic defeat for Europe, whose leaders, repeatedly and in person, had begged Trump to think again.

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Germany’s leading left-leaning newspapers immediately responded to Trump's announcement by rebuking the decision.

Liberal newspaper Spiegel Online titled its leading story “Europe’s Hour” and focused on “what Germany and Europe must do now to save the Iran deal and prevent a confrontation with the USA”.

Mit seiner Hochrisiko-Politik gegenüber Iran bringt der US-Präsident den Nahen Osten an den Rand eines großen Krieges, kommentiert @RolandNelles. #irandeal https://t.co/CLdZ33pKaR pic.twitter.com/z6Fg8l8Ddh

— SPIEGEL ONLINE (@SPIEGELONLINE) May 9, 2018

Süddeutsche Zeitung, another leading liberal outlet, claimed that Trump is "helping Iranian agitators”, and opened up a forum to its readers to poll their opinions of the Iran-deal reversal in the US. The majority of the reactions have been extremely critical.

News powerhouse Zeit Online goes as far as to call the deal the “Destruction of the liberal world order” in its lead article on Wednesday morning. The article argued that “with nationalism and protectionism, Donald Trump is gradually eliminating the world order shaped by the USA.”

Donald #Trump zerstört die liberale Weltordnung. Der Ausstieg aus dem #Iran-Abkommen ist dabei nur ein weiterer Schritt. https://t.co/yPJc9JZ3IV

— ZEIT ONLINE (@zeitonline) May 9, 2018

Germany’s more right-leaning newspapers have reacted similarly to the White House's decision. Die Welt ran multiple stories on the decision, where they note Trump’s announcement concerning the Iran deal is a “slap in the face for Europe”.

Another leading conservative paper, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, titles their lead article “America's risky solo run”, claiming that “Donald Trump's withdrawal from the nuclear agreement is causing international horror. Trump has the hardliners on his team behind him, but not the Router für die Hutschienemajority of his own people.”

'Still can't understand it'

German politicians are reacting in much the same way as the media by forming a united front of opposition against Trump's decision.

Leading CDU politician Jürgen Hardt, who is now a foreign policy expert for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservatives, told broadcaster ARD that United States had made a “grave mistiot Lösungenake” in pulling out of the 2015 deal, and further noted that Germany should not follow the US's lead.

In an interview with Tagesschau, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas of the Social Democrats (SPD) said that he “still can't understand (the US’s decision),” but that he sees Germany’s role as keeping the deal alive without the help of America.

With regard to #JCPOA with #Iran, FM @HeikoMaas is in no doubt: “With this agreement, not only this region but the world as a whole is more secure than it would be without it.” Therefore Europe is working hard to uphold the deal: https://t.co/r14yOPhmBD

— GermanForeignOffice (@GermanyDiplo) May 8, 2018

Free Democrat’s faction leader Alexander Graf Lambsdorff told Die Welt: "Trump doesn't seem to have the best information", and that, “the US’s move undoubtedly threatens security in the Middle East.”

From the Greens, Bundestag chairwoman Katrin Göring-Eckardt claimed on Twitter that, “the termination of the Iran deal is a historic mistake by Donald Trump,” further calling on Germany to “save what can still be saved.”

With AFP

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