The new divide: why the world didn’t get better

The fall of the Berlin Wall created a bigger gap between rich and poor than there was previously in eastern Europe, and discrimination against minorities continues today, argues award-winning German author Thomas Rothschild

The latest edition of Index on Censorship includes an article I translated by Thomas Rothschild on the resurgence of nationalism across Europe and the worsening economic divide since the fall of the Berlin Wall.

First published in Brick by brick: Freedoms 25 years after the Wall, Index on Censorship Vol 43, Issue 2, 11 June 2014

Sample available online here at Sage Journals