Confronting Rising Antisemitism and Right Wing Hate Groups in Germany
|Date||Thu, Oct 13, 11:00am - 12:00pm|
Confronting Rising Antisemitism and Right Wing Hate Groups in Germany with Stephan Kramer, President of the State Domestic Intelligence Service, Thuringia.
Join Arizona State University's Center on the Future of War and Northern Arizona University's Martin-Springer Institute for a discussion on the rise of antisemitism and right wing hate groups in Germany with Stephan Kramer, the President of the State Domestic Intelligence Service in Thuringia.
Stephan Kramer is responsible for collecting and analyzing information on extremist, terrorist, and antisemitic activity and has played a key role in multiple investigations and prosecutions. As he has explained, "Right-wing extremism is the most vital threat that we face at the moment in the Federal Republic of Germany." Previously he served as the Director of the European Office on Anti-Semitism of the American Jewish Committee and Secretary General of the Central Council of Jews in Germany.
This event is part of the Fall Speaker Series hosted by the Center on the Future of War, a partnership between ASU and New America, a DC-based think tank, exploring the future of conflict and working to address global security challenges.
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