Crime Without Punishment in Schicksalsgemeinschaft of Europe
The proposed project is a book on the war crime in the Croatian town of Dvor in which ten mentally handicapped people were executed on 8 August 1995, the last day of the war in Croatia. The book would have two parts.
Few cities in the world have fascinated the Russian political imagination more than Constantinople. For centuries, the Russians called it “The City of the Tsar” (Tsargrad) and dreamed of reclaiming it from Muslim Ottoman rule for Eastern Christianity.
EiGD Research Director Clemena Antonova interviewed by New Books Network
Our Research Director for the Eurasia in Global Dialogue program was recently interviewed by the New Books Network on her 2019 book Visual Thought in Russian Religious Philosophy: Pavel Florensky's Theory of the Icon, published by Routledge.
In this latest episode in the second season of our Democracy in Question? podcast, Shalini Randeria is in conversation with Timothy Garton Ash, asking: Does liberalism need reinvention in the 21st century?
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