Hans Kundnani is editorial director at the European Council on Foreign Relations, which he joined in November 2009. He previously worked as a journalist and continues to write for various publications including The Guardian, The Observer, Financial Times, Prospect and the Times Literary Supplement. He is the author of Utopia or Auschwitz. Germany's 1968 Generation and the Holocaust (London/New York, 2009). He studied German and philosophy at Oxford and journalism at Columbia University.
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"BND: The spies who silenced their critics in war on terror" (The Guardian, March 18, 2011) The Bundesnachrichtendienst, once the laughing stock of rival secret services, has shaken off its past.
"Two more Germanies" (Internationale Politik - global edition, July/August 2010) Manfred Görtemaker's book Die Berliner Republik misses some of the more problematic aspects of Germany’s complex evolution in the two decades since reunification.
Anthony Dworkin comments on Obama's move towards increased transparency around drone strikes.
Hans Kundnani comments on the benefits that both China and Germany expect to gain from their emerging…
Hans Kundnani is quoted on the reciprocal relationship between China and Germany.