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Scholarly Publications

Is Poland Really Lost? Poland’s Contested Governance Reforms and the Further Role of the Central Eastern European Area (CEE) in the EU

February 2016

On January 13, 2016 for the first time in its history the European Union launched an investigation against one of its full member states, i.e. Poland.

Gender and Antisemitism in Wartime Soviet Exile

December 2005

From the Middle Ages until World War II, Poland was host to Europe's largest and most vibrant Jewish population.

Exile and Identity: Polish Women in the Soviet Union during World War II

December 2002

Using firsthand personal accounts and focusing on the experiences of women, Katherine R.

News

Josef Joffe: The Wall and the end of history

November 2009

"November 9, 1989, deserves a towering monument in every European capital - a marker of something completely new under the European sun," writes FSI Senior Fellow Josef Joffe in Newsweek.

Austria and Central Europe Since 1989: Legacies and Future Prospects

July 2008

This conference on Austria and Central Europe Since 1989: Legacies and Future Prospects is the third in the series of biannual international conferences to study the political and cultural...

Historian Naimark offers perspective on proposed memorial to expelled Germans

February 2004

In a Jan. 21 article published in the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, SIIS senior fellow and historian Norman M.

Events

How Conquest Transformed Northern Europe

November 12, 2014

/*-->*/ This lecture is the first in a new series co-sponsored by The Europe Center and the Stanford Archaeology Center on how modern Europe has been shaped by the concepts, materials and ideology...

The Allies, the European Resistance and the Origins of the Cold War in Europe

June 3, 2014

The presentation summarizes preliminary findings of my research project on Allied policy towards resistance groups during World War II and its impact on post-war political and ideological divisions...

Explaining the Fiscal Costs of Financial Crises: New Forms of Political Business Cycles in Europe (revised title)

April 17, 2014

This seminar is part of the "Europe and the Global Economy" series. How do political institutions shape the costs of responding to financial crises?

People

Norman M. Naimark Senior Fellow, by courtesy Professor, History, Professor, by courtesy, German Studies, Senior Fellow, the Hoover Institution