The New Germany, Season 2 - Episode 1: Germany’s Russians
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Season 2, episode 1 of our seven-part series The New Germany with historian Katja Hoyer and journalist Oliver Moody is about the Germans with Russian roots: Who are these communities? When, why and from where did they come to Germany? Have they become Germanized? How do they feel about the Russian war in Ukraine? How does Russia in turn feel about them?
Guest: Alexey Yusupov, Director @ Russia Programme of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung
One year of Zeitenwende – what has or has not changed in Germany? How is Germany perceived on the international stage? And why is everyone talking about the need for a grand strategy? The popular special series is back with season 2. What events have shaped Germany during this watershed year, where is it headed, and how does a look at history help us understand these changes?
As hosts, historian Katja Hoyer and journalist Oliver Moody set out to find some answers. Together with their expert guests, they will be looking into Germany's past and present to see what the future may hold for Europe's largest democracy.
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