"No country has caused so much harm in so little time.
No country has achieved so much good in so little time."
Join the discussion with John Kampfner to discuss his latest book, the Sunday Times Best seller, Why The Germans Do It Better, raised by the Sunday Times, the Guardian and the Times, The Economist, the New Statesman, the Literary Review, the Spectator, Financial Times and Prospect, the book is on its 6th reprint.
An award-winning author, broadcaster, political and cultural commentator and leader, the author will share his analysis of modern Germany. As the world grapples with the rise of authoritarianism and a pandemic, John Kampfner shows that Germany has overcome its troubled history and presents a model of stable democracy, focused on engineering, science and skills, long-term vision and a more mature political culture.
Moderator: Virginie Roell-Lacaille (1986)
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