by Alexander Fischer You somehow always expect more from so-called turning points in history. We, the public, (audiences watching CNN, BBC et al) like drama. There also seems to be a need for accompanying powerful visuals: the Berlin Wall being torn down, or Boris Yeltsin atop a tank. Reality is far subtler. The anticipation built […]

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