National Security Agency surveillance of European phone calls, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel's smartphone, has prompted grave concern in the media and among elected leaders and could damage U.S. relations with its allies. However, evidence suggests that the anger expressed by French and German leaders could be mostly theatrical, a show meant to increase pressure on Washington to expand an intelligence-sharing arrangement between America and other English-speaking countries.
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