Will Chinese companies like Huawei control a dominant share of the critical infrastructure? Host Noah Barkin delves into the question with guests Janka Oertel from the German Marshall Fund, and Jan-Peter Kleinhans from the think tank Stiftung Neue Verantwortung.
When the Berlin Wall unexpectedly fell in 1989, it triggered a time of massive flux for the newly reunited capital of Germany. Subcultures and international trends combined with other creative forces to establish Berlin as a mecca for artists. For The Big Pond, KCRW Berlin speaks to Berliners who helped build the city’s lasting legacy.
Studio Berlin host Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson discusses the importance of the Polish election and its impact on Europe with Wojciech Szymanski, correspondent for the Polish service of the Deutsche Welle network and Lucasz Pawlowski, managing editor of Kultura Liberalna.