Jacob Graff was the Charles Pasley Intern at the Council on Geostrategy. He is a third-year undergraduate at Wake Forest University studying Politics and International Relations, Communications, and History. Previously, he worked as a Communications Intern at the Sundance Institute and as an Associate Legal Researcher for Dr. Gregory Parks of Wake Forest School of Law.
Jacob Graff explains why Germany ought to provide more military assistance, including Leopard battle tanks, to Ukraine.
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