Richard Sakwa, Frontlinje Ukraina: Krisen i gränslandet mellan Ryssland och Europeiska unionen; Frontline Ukraine: Crisis in the Borderlands, Karneval förlag; London: I. B. Tauris, 2015, 349 pages
PhD; lecturer, SwedishNational Defence College; historian and researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History at Södertörn University. He also teachers military history at the Swedish National Defence College. He is currently involved in projects concerning the security perceptions among the elites of small states in the Baltic region in the interwar period, and Nazi extermination policies towards the Roma in Ukraine during the period 1941–1944.
Articles by Piotr Wawrzeniuk
While the film Papusza certainly represents part of a growing interest in and awareness of Romani matters among the Polish and international public, one should not overestimate its value as an eye-opener to Romani history. Rather, it constitutes a fascinating and beautiful story of a lifetime on the margins.
+ Paweł Jaworski, Marzyciele i oportuniści: Stosunki polsko-szwedzkie w latach 1939–1945, [Dreamers and opportunists: Polish-Swedish relations in 1939–1945], Warsaw 2009: IPN, 448 pages