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  • Lost in Transition: Struggles over Identity in Post-Soviet Ukraine and Belarus

    The year 1989, marked by the fall of the communist regimes in East Central Europe, has meanwhile become a new lieu de mémoire. But it does not work for the whole of Eastern Europe.

  • The Consequences of German Unification for Europe

    German unification has produced the best of all Germanies historically, but the worst of all the possible outcomes envisaged by the main western protagonists in 1990

  • The Authority of Democracy Exposed

    The fall of communist regimes had the unintended consequence of forcing Western societies to confront their own divisions and internally generated problems

  • EDITORIAL: Drang nach Westen

    “The west is the best / Get here, and we’ll do the rest.” – J. Morrison, “The End”

  • Antakalnis Cemetery

  • A Cinema That Was Not?

  • An Iconoclastic Alternative

    Piotr zychowicz, Pakt RibbentropBeck czyli jak Polacy mogli u boku III Rzeszy pokonać Związek Sowiecki [The RibbentropBeck Pact, or how Poles could have defeated the Soviet Union alongside the Third…

  • Nations on Münchhausen’s string

    Rigels Halili, Naród i jego pieśni. Rzecz o oralności, piśmienności i epice ludowej wśród Albańczyków i Serbów [A nation and its songs. About orality, literacy and popular epic poetry among Albanians…

  • Citizen Havel

    Jiří Suk, Politics as the Theatre of the Absurd: Václav Havel 1975–1989. Paseka 2013

  • Prague Cemetery

    Umberto Eco, The Prague Cemetery. Translated by Richard Dixon. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2011

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