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April 4, 2018

Deconstrucción. Crónicas y reflexiones desde la Europa Oriental poscomunista (Of construction. Chronicles and reflections from post-communist Eastern Europe)

This series of articles includes lines of relative timelessness, stories that could be read anytime, anywhere without major inconvenience. But there are also extremely current notes that help to understand where we stand and how we got here, how in Germany the extreme right has returned to Parliament for the first time since 1945 while in Bulgaria the old Communist Party is in charge of the presidency, or why in Ukraine inter-ethnic conflicts have resurfaced and Donald Trump is so acclaimed in Poland.
By Ignacio E. Hutin


Ignacio E. Hutin
Ignacio E. Hutin
Licenciado en Periodismo (USAL, 2014), especializado en Liderazgo en Emergencias Humanitarias (UNDEF, 2019) y actualmente maestrando en Relaciones Internacionales. Becado por el Estado finlandés para la realización de estudios relativos al Ártico en la Universidad de Laponia (2012). Trabajó en zonas de guerra cubriendo para medios argentinos e internacionales. Focalizado en Europa Oriental, Eurasia post soviética y Balcanes. Autor del libro "Deconstrucción. Crónicas y reflexiones desde la Europa Oriental poscomunista" (CADAL, 2018).
Twitter: @iehutin