Dossier: Broken Bricks In The Wall
What did the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of communism mean to the citizens of Eastern and Central European states, and to theworld at large? Economic stasis yielded unrivaled growth. But tracking political and social trends in the formerSoviet Union and one-time Warsaw Pact states remains an elusive task. And in the absence of the Moscow Washington rivalry, so does understanding the precise nature of the post-Cold War equilibrium.
- Sunday, 30 June 2013