Between pride and apologies, the Dutch are not yet ready to repair
Across the flat Dutch landscape there are mixed signals when it comes to dealing with colonial crimes. On one hand court cases, apologies from the King, and a national museum re-examining its own treasures in the light of slavery. On the other, a resistance to re-examine the past.
By Janet H. Anderson and Stephanie van den Berg, our correspondents in The Hague
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