Thirty years later, nationalism has turned out to be much more powerful and disruptive than internationalism. But I am committed to my convictions and to the goals pursued by open societies.
. sees several factors behind the rise of authoritarian nationalism 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall
After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the United States emerged as the sole surviving superpower. Unfortunately, it failed to live up to the responsibilities that its position entailed, writes
The Rise of Nationalism After the Fall of the Berlin Wall by George Soros
What Soros does not say - maybe he doesn't need to say it - is that the fall of the Berlin Wall and the subsequent unification of Germany was a victory for German nationalism.