Mon, 10 January 2022
When footage of rioters storming the US Capitol streamed live in 2021, some far-right extremists in Germany watched it like a soccer game. The European nation has spent decades confronting its dark history, but neo-Nazi and conspiracy theorist movements continue to rise in Germany, and around the world.
In this rebroadcast from last year, Ray Suarez talks with two domestic intelligence agents: one in Germany and the other in the United States. What have they learned in their fight against violent extremism?
Stephan Kramer, chief of intelligence for the German state of Thuringia
Michael German, Brennan Center for Justice at NYC Law School and former FBI agent
Ray Suarez, co-host of WorldAffairs
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