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Iron Curtain Wednesday, 10 November, 1999, 15:02 GMT
One Europe: Dream or reality?
What will reunited Germany's role be? What is the future for south-eastern Europe? Will the states of eastern Europe be full partners in the European project? And what role will the United States play?

A special debate broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and the World Service on 9 November, the tenth anniversary of the fall of the Wall, examines these key issues.

Communism - the end of an era
The debate was chaired by historian and former World Service correspondent Misha Glenny who, as a journalist, has won a worldwide reputation for his coverage of the fall of the regimes in eastern European and his analysis of the disintegration of Yugoslavia.

Panel guests included: Joschka Fischer, Foreign Minister of Germany; Bronislaw Geremek, Foreign Minister of Poland; Vladimir Lukin, Chairman of the Russian Duma's Foreign Affairs Committee, and George Robertson, Secretary General of NATO.

The debate took place at the Berlin City Parliament in front of an invited audience of 350 diplomats, academics, business leaders and journalists.


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