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Eastern Europe

29.01.2016
Margaret Thatcher was a major political figure of the end of the Cold War era, who is still surrounded by much controversy today. There are two main reasons for this: she openly pursued an alternative vision of Europe at a time when federalism was still the dominant discourse; and she called for the liberalisation of the Eastern bloc, rather than its disintegration.
20.11.2015
What will be the consequences of the attacks on Paris? The short-term results are known: France and the UK will intensify their fight against ISIS in Syria and Iraq, security is tightened everywhere in Europe and borders inside the Schengen zone are controlled again. The question in this article however is what the consequences will be on the longer term.
27.05.2015
In Ukraine and Russia this year, no historical date held more importance than Victory Day, the May 9 holiday that traditionally commemorates the end of World War II in Europe. As the holiday came and went by, virtually all Western eyes were trained on Moscow: the gigantic military parade on Red Square, Putin’s invitation to state leaders from the world over, and Western leaders’ boycott of the event. Few commentators paid attention to how people in Kiev and elsewhere in Ukraine observed Victory Day.