Most seem to have forgotten that on the border between Poland and Ukraine there is another Galicia, one with an infinitely richer and more tragic history than that green and rainy corner of Spain.
They are united through a commitment to the protection of the commons with the objective of keeping cultural, social and political issues alive.
What can the Hungarian short film “Sing” tell us about the possibility of revolution?
A contemporary Polish film and the controversy surrounding it highlight the painful nuances of Ukraine and Poland’s mutual past.
Every Lithuanian she had met was afraid of the topic of the Holocaust.
The former Polish president, Lech Wałęsa, had been a paid informant for Communist secret police. What does this mean to us?
In his December 5th lecture in Yale, Timothy Snyder talked about the way European history can help predict the course of Trump’s America.