by Zhidas Daskalovski Many Eastern Europeans saw the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 as the beginning of a new era in the relations between the West and the East. Europe was to be united and the different nations too were supposed to be one. Sadly enough, not all are equal today- ten years […]

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