by Zoran Pajic The transitions occurring in post-communist societies may predominantly be seen in terms of changes in political and economic systems, the creation of new institutions and new traditions. But the process is also very much about achieving a reckoning with the past, the resolution of issues of history. In Central Europe, the process […]

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