Matthew Karnitschnig

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Matthew Karnitschnig is the chief European correspondent for Politico.

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North Korea's latest missile firing gives 20 leaders of the most powerful nations on Earth still more to talk about as they meet this week in Germany.

'America First'…and the rest of the world

North Korea's latest missile firing gives 20 leaders of the most powerful nations on Earth still more to talk about as they meet this week in Germany.

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