The New Germany, Part 2: A Love-Hate Relationship
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Part 2 of our four-part series The New Germany with historian Katja Hoyer and journalist Oliver Moody. They are going to explore Germany's long relationship with Russia. And they look for answers: What is the Germany-Russia dimension of the Ukraine conflict? And where do we go from here?
Guest: Sergey Radchenko, Historian, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC
Russia's war on Ukraine has heralded a Zeitenwende, a historic turning point for Germany. But how and why has Germany changed since then – or why hasn’t it? With old certainties set ablaze by a new European war, are we witnessing the emergence of a new Germany?
In this special series, historian Katja Hoyer and journalist Oliver Moody set out to find some answers. They will be looking into Germany's past and present to see what the future may hold for Europe's largest democracy.
This series will be broadcast in July and August 2022 and is part of our History & Politics Podcast.
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