Daniel Brossler, Moscow Bureau Chief of the German Suddeutsche Zeitung Daily
Moscow bureau chief, Süddeutsche Zeitung
1969 - Born in Frankfurt
1993 - Correspondent, Deutsche Presse-Agentur, Bratislava (German Press Agency)
1994 - Receives M.A., School of Communications, American University, Washington D.C.
1995 - Graduates, German School of Journalism
1995 - Graduates, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich
1996 - Chief, Warsaw bureau of Deutsche Presse-Agentur (German Press Agency)
1999 - Editor, Central and Eastern European Affairs, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich
2004 - Moscow bureau chief, correspondent for Russia, Belarus, Central Asia and the Caucasus, Süddeutsche Zeitung
Daniel Brossler is a German journalist - for the last two years he has worked out of the Moscow bureau of Germany’s largest commercial newspaper, the Süddeutsche Zeitung, covering Russia, Belarus, Central Asia and the Caucasus. After receiving a diploma in Communications and Political Sciences, he continued with his education and graduated from the German School of Journalism. Daniel also has a master’s degree from the American University school of communications. Before taking his current post, Daniel worked as a correspondent in Bratislava and was the Chief of the German Press Agency's Warsaw bureau. When asked about journalism, he says that he considers it to be a rough draft of history.
These days the world is celebrating the Great Victory over Fascism in the Second World War. According to different estimates the Soviet Union lost about 30 million of its citizens in the bloodshed. This is one of the reasons, why Russians are so disturbed by neo-Fascism in today's Europe. What are the roots and the main reasons of its revival and who benefits from rewriting the History? Daniel Brossler, Moscow Bureau Chief of the German Suddeutsche Zeitung Daily, is on Spotlight to tell us more