Germany and France have two of them. They were mentioned (although not as such) in a Wall Street Journal piece centered on Russia’s slow grind gains in Ukraine’s Donbas.
The first self-fulfilling prophecy:
Germany and France, which have sent limited heavy weapons so far, are skeptical about whether Ukraine can realistically drive the invading Russian army back to its positions when the war began on February 24.
Which Germany and France are making all the more difficult by their decision to withhold serious amounts of weapons and ammunition from Ukraine.
The second self-fulfilling prophecy:
Berlin and Paris are particularly anxious to avoid an accidental escalation into a direct clash with Russia….
Which surrenders the initiative to Russia and guarantees their continued backing down by telling Putin that such threats work.
We really need a mutual defense alliance with the Three Seas Initiative and a redeployment of American forces out of Germany into Poland and the Baltics.