Daniel Larison rounds up some representative comments. For instance, Roger Cohen writes in the New York Times:
We stand at a high point in French postwar diplomacy and a nadir in German. ... Germany often conveys the sense that it now resents the agents of its postwar rehabilitation — the European Union and NATO.
Timothy Garton Ash, a columnist for the lefty Guardian, is hopping mad:
But how could Germany not support a UN resolution backed by its principal European partners, the United States and the Arab League? ... A word that springs unbidden to my mind is Dolchstoss (stab in the back).