by Sam Vaknin A common, guttural cry of “Eureka” echoed as the peoples of Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans emerged from the Communist steam bath. It was at once an expression of joy and disbelief. That the West should be willing to bankroll the unravelling of a failed social experiment that was freely […]

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