Showdown in Belarus: Svetlana Tikhanovskaia and the Struggle for Democracy
Dexter Filkins is writing a profile of Svetlana Tikhanovskaia, the Belarusian opposition leader, for The New Yorker. He has recently been to Belarus and Poland, and spent time with Tikhanovskaia in Lithuania and the United States.
The European Union’s future role in the world balances between a peace project and ambitions of strategic autonomy. This new ambition has also set the stage for the now ongoing Conference on the Future of Europe.
Vasil Bykau is one of the most famous Belarusian writers of the twentieth century. He was well-known for his books and his criticism of the governments of the Soviet Union and Belarus. His autobiography "A Long Way to Home" has never been translated into Polish.
Panel Event: The German Elections and Europe's Future
This public panel discussion will address the results of the elections from three regions of Europe by researchers who are this year’s Europe’s Futures Fellows, moderated by the IWM Acting Rector and Permanent Fellow,…
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