by Walter G. Moss
Two films show the dire consequences of ethnic antagonism during and after the second world war, and the potential for ideology to incite and justify violence.
SOURCE: The New York Times
Mr. Jakes “came to be seen as the epitome of an out-of-touch Communist Party functionary,” said professor Mary Heimann.
by Gideon Remez
History is repeating itself as Havelian satire rather than farce. Again, an autocratic Moscow is working to expand its sphere, weaken its adversaries and break up their alliances.
November 16, 2019
by Andy Kopsa
The Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia had been long in the making before protests erupted 30 years ago.
by Daniel E. Miller
Democracy prevailed there while it’s been dying elsewhere.
The events that played out 50 years ago in Prague serve as a reminder of the fragility of the systems created to guard against war and tyranny.
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