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