A chance for Polish-Ukrainian reconciliation?

22. August 2016 by Michał Gulczyński & Ivan Kendzor

michal-gulczynskiivan-kendzorAlthough Poland is seen as the major ally of Ukraine in the European Union and the most engaged country in its democratisation process, relations between the two countries are not flawless. The massacres of Polish and Ukrainian civilians in Volyn in 1943 by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army left an unresolved black mark on the friendship between the two nations to this day.

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1914 – 2014: Look back – think forward

Posted on 27. June 2014 by Lotta Schneidemesser Have you ever wondered what it is like to live in a theatre? To experience it during the day time, to walk around its rooms and along its corridors, which are usually exclusively reserved for the people working in theatre? To have a coffee in an old room … Continue reading 1914 – 2014: Look back – think forward

History Campus: Look back and think forward

12. May 2014 On the centenary of the beginning of the First World War, Berlin became the European meeting point to "look back and think forward". From 7 to 11 May over 400 young Europeans met with politicians and experts in the fields of international relations and history as well as artists. The event, opened … Continue reading History Campus: Look back and think forward