A German Millennial Looks at a New — Or, at Least, Different — World

The 20th century ended when the Berlin Wall fell and the collapse of the Soviet Union. If you've come of age since then, the struggles of The Cold War are the stuff of history books. German millennials who are starting to come to power in society look at the world differently than their predecessors.

How will this change the country? What does it mean for Europe and Germany's role in the world? Ulrike Franke, senior policy fellow at ECFR, is a German millennial who has thought about these questions.