World Have Your Say: Live From Berlin

A live audience will join the BBC's Ros Atkins at the German Historical Museum in Berlin to discuss how Germans see their place in world

Should the world learn to be more German?

World Have Your Say is broadcasting a special TV edition live from Berlin on Wednesday 11th September, a couple of weeks before the country's election.

The Euro crisis has dominated politics in Europe over the last couple of years.

How do Germans see their role in Europe and the world? How does the rest of the world see Germany?

With Germany's economic power during a period of financial turmoil - what can everyone else learn from the Germans?

You can use the video uploader below to record a video question or comment for our Berlin audience, direct from your webcam or smartphone.

You can also email videos to whysvideo@bbc.co.uk

Don't forget to say your name and where you are in the world. Please keep your video concise. Videos less than a minute long are easier to include in our programmes.

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You can also use #bbcgermany to take part on Twitter or contact us via the WHYS Facebook page.

If you live in Berlin and you want to come along, please email us: put 'WHYS in Berlin' in the subject line and include your phone number.

Watch the programme on BBC World News TV on Wednesday 11th September at 1200GMT / 2pm Berlin time.

World Have Your Say is the BBC's global discussion show. The programme is on BBC World Service radio at 1100GMT & 1700/1800GMT on weekdays and on BBC World News TV at 1500GMT on Fridays.

You can listen to our radio programmes here and watch our TV editions on YouTube.

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