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  • Germans respond uniquely to terror
  • Germans respond uniquely to terror
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Germans respond uniquely to terror

When the unthinkable happens, how governments and citizens respond can shape the future of a nation – and reveal a lot about its cultural psychology. After Germany was rocked by four consecutive terror attacks, its response was level-headed, rational, and encouraging of debate.

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