Host Amy Mackinnon speaks with Times Berlin bureau chief Katrin Bennhold on the infiltration of far-right extremism in Germany’s security services.
Foreign Policy recommends: Day X
This week, Foreign Policy Playlist plays a special episode of a new series: Day X by the New York Times.
Host Amy Mackinnon speaks with Times Berlin bureau chief Katrin Bennhold on the infiltration of far-right extremism in Germany’s security services. Together, they take a deep dive into reporting on the subject and history of extremism in Germany.
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