|19991109||A discussion about the future of Europe from the Berlin City Parliament with Nato secretary-general George Robertson, the German and Polish Foreign Ministers Joschka Fischer and Bronislaw Geremek, and the chairman of the Russian Duma's Foreign Affairs Committee Vladimir Lukin.|
The collapse of Communism was supposed to mark the start of a new era in which the two halves of Europe would be reunited.
But a decade on, nationalism is on the rise and the timetable for EU expansion is slipping.
With an invited audience.
Chaired by historian Misha Glenny