Episode 1 - The Long Shadow/Nationalism & Gender

Episode 1 - The Long Shadow/Nationalism & Gender

Berlin Policy Journal Podcast

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In this debut edition of the Berlin Policy Journal Podcast, we look at Central and Eastern Europe 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and Iron Curtain, and explore the connection between nationalism and gender.  First, contributors Milan Nič who heads the Central and Eastern European, Russian, and Central Asian program at the German Council on Foreign Relations and The Economist’s Warsaw Correspondent Annabelle Chapman join Berlin Policy Journal Executive Editor Henning Hoff to discuss the long shadow of the iron curtain and Europe’s next chapter.  Then, Annabelle Chapman reads a section from her essay “Where Gender Meets Nationalism,” which won the inaugural Sylke Tempel essay prize for young women this fall. Annabelle joins Henning to talk about her inspirations for the piece. The entire essay can be read on our website: berlinpolicyjournal.com/where-gender-meets-nationalism/   ------------------------ The Berlin Policy Journal is a bi-monthly digital magazine on European affairs, edited in Germany’s capital and published by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). It’s the sister publication of Internationale Politik, Germany’s leading foreign affairs magazine.  You can read the Berlin Policy Journal on our website https://berlinpolicyjournal.com or receive it free of charge via our app for Android and iOS devices. Contact us with questions or suggestions: podcast@berlinpolicyjournal.com
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In this debut edition of the Berlin Policy Journal Podcast, we look at Central and Eastern Europe 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall and Iron Curtain, and explore the connection between nationalism and gender.  First, contributors Milan Nič who heads the Central and Eastern European, Russian, and Central Asian program at the German Council on Foreign Relations and The Economist’s Warsaw Correspondent Annabelle Chapman join Berlin Policy Journal Executive Editor Henning Hoff to discuss the long shadow of the iron curtain and Europe’s next chapter.  Then, Annabelle Chapman reads a section from her essay “Where Gender Meets Nationalism,” which won the inaugural Sylke Tempel essay prize for young women this fall. Annabelle joins Henning to talk about her inspirations for the piece. The entire essay can be read on our website: berlinpolicyjournal.com/where-gender-meets-nationalism/   ------------------------ The Berlin Policy Journal is a bi-monthly digital magazine on European affairs, edited in Germany’s capital and published by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). It’s the sister publication of Internationale Politik, Germany’s leading foreign affairs magazine.  You can read the Berlin Policy Journal on our website https://berlinpolicyjournal.com or receive it free of charge via our app for Android and iOS devices. Contact us with questions or suggestions: podcast@berlinpolicyjournal.com
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