15 March 1999 The moral, legal, and political complexities of the Augusto Pinochet extradition case have divided politicians in Central and Eastern Europe, many of whom still struggle with how to handle crimes from their own countries’ dark pasts. On 11 January, members of the youth wing of the Polish socialist party sprayed Michal Kaminski, […]

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