A few days ago, I heard an interesting story. A historian from one of the countries of Central Europe was accused of examining the region’s history in too “Polonized” a manner. This was because he was approaching the region’s communist past in an uncompromising way, arguing for a need for de-communization. This was seen as inappropriate given […]
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