Essay collection on European unification in Central Europe 1989/2004 and beyond (IEP, Germany)

The essay collection reminds and invites us to think about the legacy, aspirations and hopes that were connected to democratization and European integration. It is worth to revisit a common European heritage and to assess what we can learn from democratic revolutions in 1989 and 2004 to move forward to build a better European future.

The contributions are collected from the project consortium of the EUritage Project and edited by Adam Balcer. The essays present different national perspectives on the events selected perspective connected to 1989 and EU Enlargement in 2004 and discuss their relevance, meaning and impact today. The collection also includes the project’s two winning student essays that reflect on how the years of 1989 and 2004 in Central Europe impacted their lives

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