16 July 2001Though recent official apologies cannot change the past, that they are being made at all indicates some progress. In the realm of the official apology, not all declarations are created equal. Despite that, two recent statements of regret–one in Poland and one in Chechnya–have shown that the world may be changing with regard […]

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