by Erik Moshe
“The best historian is a kind of magician; one that can transform a puzzle of disparate dusty documents into a persuasive analysis and an electric narrative.”
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Antony Kalashnikov
Decades after the fall of the communist regimes in Eastern Europe, Soviet World War II monuments continue to arouse significant controversy in many former Eastern Bloc countries where they are either being dismantled by law or vandalised by activists.
SOURCE: Foreign Policy
Will a letter sent by concerned lawmakers encourage leaders to change course or further polarize politics?
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