Tag: Eastern Europe
Conflict-laden grey areas of memory
After the decline of Communism, new museums dedicated to the Second World War were established in many EU countries in East-Central and South Eastern Europe. A comparison made within a project funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF shows that more empathy is needed to bridge the gap between us and them. Continue reading “Conflict-laden grey areas of memory”
How to form a coalition (and get it right)?
In the past, research on coalition governments in Central and Eastern Europe was limited to looking at how they begin and end. An international team of experts has now been the first to explore how they behave while in office. Instability and the strong influence of the party system are characteristic of Eastern European countries. Continue reading “How to form a coalition (and get it right)?”