Noah Barkin

host, Studio Berlin

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This week on Studio Berlin: What’s next for Germany’s troubled carmakers? Noah Barkin takes a closer look at the growing challenges for the German auto industry.

What’s next for Germany’s troubled carmakers?

This week on Studio Berlin: What’s next for Germany’s troubled carmakers? Noah Barkin takes a closer look at the growing challenges for the German auto industry.

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Could it be one of the most important conversations of the modern era? This week on Studio Berlin, host Noah Barkin delves into the details of Germany’s 5G debate.

The Debate over 5G, Huawei, and Germany's digital future

Could it be one of the most important conversations of the modern era? This week on Studio Berlin, host Noah Barkin delves into the details of Germany’s 5G debate.

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Pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong described   Hong   Kong as the new Berlin – a ground zero for a new Cold War. What does Germany make of Wong’s  comparison?

A closer look at the protests in Hong Kong

Pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong described  Hong  Kong as the new Berlin – a ground zero for a new Cold War. What does Germany make of Wong’s  comparison?

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