A flying drone and the truth about reconciliation

Posted on 04. November 2014 by Jovana Mihajlovic Two weeks ago I decided to make an exception in my daily routine of enjoying coffee with my friends after a long day at work. Instead, I accompanied my husband to a neighbouring pub to watch the football game between Serbia and Albania. Having heard pompous announcements … Continue reading A flying drone and the truth about reconciliation

When my country changed

Posted on 05. May 2014 by Sandra Grindgärds In April 2011, when the parliamentary elections took place in Finland, something happened to my country. It was spring and I was having the time of my life as an Erasmus student in Rennes in France. However, on the election night I had told my friends I … Continue reading When my country changed

Nationalism in Russia – not for Marginals only

Posted on 04. November 2013 by Ivan Lavrentjev It is mid-October. In a European megapolis thousands of people gather in the night in order to encourage the police to find a guy (a non-native, according to his appearance), who murdered a 25-year-old resident. This crowd becomes aggressive and the angry individuals are soon breaking shop windows. … Continue reading Nationalism in Russia – not for Marginals only