by Mel Huang Throughout Central and Eastern Europe, the issue of property restitution has caused conflicts which go beyond the basic notion of the sanctity of ownership. Restitution is a catch-all tag, under which lie difficult questions of the actual restoration of nationalised (irrespective of it being a Nazi, Soviet, or other oppressive regime) property, […]

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