Nosemonkey's EUtopia

In search of a European identity


Another of the 20th century greats has gone. An interview from 1996 with “the father of glasnost and perestroika”, one of the first to publicly break with the party and point the way to the Soviet path to the end of the Cold War, is well worth a glance, as is this 1993 lecture on where Russia should head post-USSR. Or you could just kick off with his Wikipedia entry, from where those two links come (I’m in a rush, sadly, so no time for more).

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