There is no straightforward narrative behind recent series of events in East Germany’s state of Thuringia, which have thrown German politics into disarray.
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Why do some nations seem to be concerned with conflicts which have since ended? What is historical amnesia? Why is victimhood dangerous to national healing? A brief comparison of China, Finland and the Baltic States illustrates the necessary components for the reconciliation of historical injustice.
Just days into the Trump presidency’s fourth year, the United States (US) teetered on the brink of war with Iran, in no small part due to the fragile state of mind and foreign policy of Donald Trump. It’s been said that the president’s foreign policymaking is incoherent, or even irrational, but is this really the case?
In 2019, immigration policies for the Central American corridor were tightened. These stricter public policies, promoted by several of the countries in the region, led to humanitarian consequences that have made it riskier to migrate via a route used by hundreds of thousands of people every year.
The Dream to "Go to Asia as Masters": What Dostoevsky Can Teach Us About the Greater Eurasian Partnership
Numerous journalists and academics alike have attempted to explain the nature of the current Sino-Russian partnership. However, returning to an unlikely source - Fyodor Dostoevsky - may bring a fresh perspective to this debate, highlighting the role of identity in how China responds to Russia's inferiority complex.