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16.04.2014
Timothy Snyder

Europe and Ukraine: Past and future

The history of Ukraine has revealed the turning points in the history of Europe. On 25 May both Ukrainians and EU citizens can decide which way things will turn this time. Ukraine has no future without Europe, but Europe also has no future without Ukraine. [ more ]

14.04.2014
Tim Groenland

Lost in the funhouse

11.04.2014
János Széky

A tradition of nationalism

09.04.2014
Nataliya Tchermalykh

The warm cold winter

09.04.2014
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"Krytyka" says the protests in Ukraine should make the EU realize it has a global mission; "Prostory" documents the Maidan; "Osteuropa" warns it's high time to focus on the Polish extreme Right; "New Eastern Europe" locates the last frontier of Kundera's Central Europe; "Free Speech Debate" says hate speech bans have no place in fully fledged democracies; "Spilne" anticipates a socialist moment in the western system; "Merkur" analyses the capitalist persona: from civilizing force to the root of all evil; "Kulturos barai" ponders how to survive technology; "Revolver Revue" refuses to forget the Jews lost to the Nazis but erased under Czech communism; and "Dilema veche" asks who's afraid of Romanians and Bulgarians?

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Timothy Snyder

Europe and Ukraine: Past and future

Ukraine The history of Ukraine has revealed the turning points in the history of Europe. On 25 May both Ukrainians and EU citizens can decide which way things will turn this time. Ukraine has no future without Europe, but Europe also has no future without Ukraine. [ more ]

16.04.2014

Ukraine in focus Read all articles on the developments in Ukraine

 
János Széky

A tradition of nationalism

The case of Hungary

Hungary In an article first published shortly before Viktor Orbán won his second term in office and Jobbik support soared in the April elections, János Széky outlines the historical roots of Hungarian nationalism and how the cult of national unity came to be written into the 2011 constitution. [ more ]

11.04.2014

Read also Orban's Hungary in focus

 

A look into the latest issues

Eurozine Review

Whoever shoots first loses

Journals digest "Krytyka" says the protests in Ukraine should make the EU realize it has a global mission; "Prostory" documents the Maidan; "Osteuropa" warns it's high time to focus on the Polish extreme Right; "New Eastern Europe" locates the last frontier of Kundera's Central Europe; "Free Speech Debate" says hate speech bans have no place in fully fledged democracies; "Spilne" anticipates a socialist moment in the western system; "Merkur" analyses the capitalist persona: from civilizing force to the root of all evil; "Kulturos barai" ponders how to survive technology; "Revolver Revue" refuses to forget the Jews lost to the Nazis but erased under Czech communism; and "Dilema veche" asks who's afraid of Romanians and Bulgarians? [ more ]

09.04.2014
Jonathan Bousfield

Growing up in Kundera's Central Europe

culture Jonathan Bousfield talks to three award-winning novelists who spent their formative years in a Central Europe that Milan Kundera once described as the kidnapped West. It transpires that small nations may still be the bearers of important truths. [ more ]

07.04.2014
Eric Heinze

The case against hate speech bans

free speech Rejecting the classical liberal defences of free speech, Eric Heinze insists that the strongest case for free speech is grounded on specifically democratic principles. And that hate speech bans can never claim a legitimate role in fully fledged democracies. [ more ]

09.04.2014
Nataliya Tchermalykh

The warm cold winter

protest Three months of Maidan have led to the victory of a spontaneous micro-economy over macro-corruption, writes Nataliya Tchermalykh. That is, the victory of an economy based on grassroots collaboration and policy, as a prerequisite for everyday life. [ more ]

09.04.2014
Volodymyr Ishchenko, Don Kalb, Anastasia Riabchuk

Political mobilization and the world system

The case of Ukraine and Russia

systems In interview before Euromaidan commenced, Don Kalb discusses the future of capitalism in eastern Europe. Given the rise of China and India, and economic stagnation in the West, Kalb emphasizes the importance of political mobilization in both Ukraine and Russia. [ more ]

09.04.2014
Arthur W Hunt III, Almantas Samalavicius

Technology and consumership

A conversation with Arthur W. Hunt III

interview Today's media, combined with the latest portable devices, have pushed serious public discourse into the background and hauled triviality to the fore, according to media theorist Arthur W Hunt. And the Jeffersonian notion of citizenship has given way to modern consumership. [ more ]

09.04.2014
Andreas Kahrs, Eva Spanka

The movement on the march

Ruch Narodowy and Poland's extreme right

poland Poland's extreme right has long been ignored at home and abroad. Yet recent events reveal it is among the most dynamic of its kind in Europe, write Andreas Kahrs and Eva Spanka: the Warsaw "March of Independence" in November 2013, for example, attracted nearly 50,000 participants. [ more ]

09.04.2014
Francis Nenik

Oh where was he going?

The story of Edward Vincent Swart

life writing Francis Nenik relates the life of poet and anti-Apartheid activist Vincent Swart, who practised his politics in Cape Town and Johannesburg, published his poetry in Cambridge, drank brandy by the bottle and argued with his cousin, a future president of South Africa. [ more ]

09.04.2014
 

Article of the month

Karl Ove Knausgård

Out to where storytelling does not reach

literature To write is to write one's way through the preconceived and into the world on the other side, to see the world as children can, as fantastic or terrifying, but always rich and wide-open. Karl Ove Knausgård on creating literature. [ more ]

03.04.2014
 

NEW IN THE EUROZINE GALLERY

Steffen Kverneland

Munch

Eurozine Gallery The Eurozine Gallery presents highlights from Steffen Kverneland's prize-winning graphic biography of Edvard Munch. In an essay accompanying the new exhibition, Kverneland describes how the medium of the comic book opens up new approaches to biographies of artists. [ more ]

04.04.2014

Read also Steffen Kverneland's essay Seven years with Munch

 

Russia

Vladislav Inozemtsev

How to win Cold War II

strategy The West must start to put its long-term interests above the instant gratification of London bankers, German gas traders and real estate dealers all over Europe, who are yearning for Russian money. Then the new Cold War can be won, writes Vladislav Inozemtsev. [ more ]

28.03.2014
Oleg Riabov, Tatiana Riabova

The decline of Gayropa?

How Russia intends to save the world

Geopolitics The Sochi winter Olympics are over but Russia's anti-gay laws remain. Tatiana Riabova and Oleg Riabov show how discourse in Russia brands "European sexual deviancy" a natural result of western democratic development; and Russia as the last bastion of "normalcy". [ more ]

05.02.2014

Read also All articles in the focal point Russia in global dialogue

 

Gender trouble in Poland

Jaroslaw Kuisz, Karolina Wigura

Poland's gender dispute

What does it say about Polish society?

Gender An anti-gender campaign initiated by the Roman Catholic Church in Poland made gender a permanent fixture on the front pages of Polish newspapers as 2013 drew to a close. Karolina Wigura and Jaroslaw Kuisz introduce a new series of articles from Kultura Liberalna. [ more ]

28.03.2014
Agnieszka Holland, Lukasz Pawlowski

Conservative backwardness

A conversation on gender in Poland with Agnieszka Holland

cover up Film director Agnieszka Holland considers the anti-gender campaign of the Roman Catholic Church in Poland a political attempt to cover up the Church's own problems; and contends that being a white, heterosexual, conservative Catholic Pole cannot be the only respectable way of living. [ more ]

28.03.2014
Marcin Nowak, Tomasz Sawczuk

Gender in Catholic Poland: Beyond ideology?

Marcin Nowak in conversation with Tomasz Sawczuk

dialogue The Roman Catholic Church in Poland is not merely scaremongering about gender: it wishes to seriously reflect upon the topic, insists Marcin Nowak. And despite the potential of every idea, including liberalism and Christianity, to become an ideology, serious dialogue will follow. [ more ]

28.03.2014
Piotr H. Kosicki

Why are the Vatican and Poland so far apart?

perspectives As shallow as it is reductive, containing no attempt at scholarly or exegetic analysis: this is Piotr H. Kosicki's verdict on the pastoral letter published 29 December 2013 by Poland's Roman Catholic bishops, condemning "gender ideology". So just what were the bishops thinking? [ more ]

28.03.2014
 
Marek Seckar

The struggle never ends

Portrait of a professional revolutionary

interview Even if a humane and just society is just a dream, it is not one that humanity can afford to give up on. Of this much Walter Famler, outgoing editor-in-chief of "Wespennest", remains convinced. A portrait in prose by former "Host" editor Marek Seckar. [ more ]

09.04.2014
Jean-Louis Fabiani

Changes in the public sphere (1983-2013)

public sphere In this article based on Fabiani's speech at the Eurozine conference in 2013, the sociologist situates the events of Zucotti Park and Tahrir Square in a continuum that points to how future innovation may enable a global public sphere to overcome democratic fatigue. [ more ]

03.04.2014
Eurozine News Item

New Eurozine partner: pARTisan

Network news "pARTisan", the Minsk-based magazine of contemporary Belarusian culture and world art, has joined the Eurozine network. For over a decade, the magazine's editorial team headed up by Artur Klinau has published a unique blend of aesthetic and intellectual content. [ more ]

02.04.2014
Tigrane Yegavian

Gülen, Erdogan and the AKP

Behind the scenes of the power struggle in Turkey

turkey Ahead of local elections at the end of March and presidential elections in August, Tigrane Yegavian looks into the influence that the Gülen movement wields in Turkey and beyond; and why this puts it on a collision course with the ambitions of its former ally, prime minister Erdogan. [ more ]

25.03.2014
Peter Dauvergne, Genevieve LeBaron

Corporatizing activism

activism Corporatization is transforming what activists and NGOs conceive of as being realistic and possible in terms of desirable change. Genevieve LeBaron and Peter Dauvergne examine recent trends that raise crucial issues about the future of global citizen action. [ more ]

24.03.2014
Kenan Malik

The human heart of sacred art

culture The humanist impulse not only liberated the sense of transcendence from the shackles of the sacred, it also transformed the idea of transcendence itself. Kenan Malik on the humanization of the transcendent in art and literature, from Dante to Rothko. [ more ]

12.03.2014
Wojciech Przybylski

Europe and the problem of force

geopolitics In a timely opinion piece written prior to Russia's intervention in Ukraine, "Res Publica Nowa" editor-in-chief Wojciech Przybylski contends that should Europe rule out the use of force, it will clear the way for others who won't hesitate in using military might to achieve their political ends. [ more ]

10.03.2014
Felix Stalder

Digital solidarity

networks As the culture and the institutions of the Gutenberg Galaxy wane, Felix Stalder looks to commons, assemblies, swarms and weak networks as a basis for remaking society in a more inclusive and diverse way, which expands autonomy and solidarity at the same time. [ more ]

26.02.2014
 
Jan-Werner Müller

Rising to the challenge of constitutional capture

Protecting the rule of law within EU member states

governance Despite being well aware of the stakes involved in member states such as Hungary, writes Jan-Werner Müller, the European Commission still lacks fully convincing instruments to deal with constitutional capture: a government's systematic weakening of checks and balances. [ more ]

21.03.2014
 

Internet

Nadia Urbinati

Between hegemony and mistrust

Representative democracy in the Internet era

Participation Iceland's crowd-sourced constitution and the impact of Beppe Grillo's blog on Italian politics reveal how "Internet democracy" has opened a new phase of democratic innovation. The relationship between citizens and politicians may never be the same again. [English version added] [ more ]

14.03.2014
Kathrin Passig

The trouble with "us"

The blurring of social roles and the consensus illusion

social media Consensus among online communities may all too often prove fragile if not illusory. But, writes Kathrin Passig, as long as Internet users can adapt to groups that actually agree on only a select few issues, there is no need to lose faith in social media. [English version added] [ more ]

07.03.2014
 

ukraine

Vitaly Portnikov

The Jews and the Maidan

Identity The Maidan has provided a historic chance to build a modern political nation where Jews can be Ukrainians, writes Ukrainian editor and journalist Vitaliy Portnikov. The misleading stereotype that Ukrainian nationalism is by nature anti-Semitic can finally be laid to rest. [ more ]

26.03.2014
Olga Sedakova

Russian society in the light of the Maidan

Russian intellectuals Poet and essayist Olga Sedakova takes her fellow Russian writers and intellectuals to task for responding with silence to the light emanating from the Maidan: a light of hope, of solidarity and of rehabilitated humanity. A light that Russia would do well to see itself in. [ more ]

15.03.2014
Vitaly Portnikov

A farewell to Russia

Crisis Russia may have won Crimea but it has lost Ukraine, writes Vitaly Portnikov. At the same time, Ukraine has gained a whole world of sympathetic people who support the country in its fight for something that should in fact be just as much a necessity for Russia too: freedom. [ more ]

07.03.2014
Aleksander Babich

"It will be easy for us to kill Russians and for Russians to kill us..."

Crimea Historian Aleksander Babich, a Russian-speaking Ukrainian, responds to Russia's military intervention in Ukraine in this Facebook status update of 1 March 2014: and is forced to entertain the prospect of combatants burying one another in the common graves of their grandfathers. [ more ]

07.03.2014
Anton Shekhovtsov

From electoral success to revolutionary failure

The Ukrainian Svoboda party

Nationalism The radical rightwing party Svoboda rose to prominence in Ukraine's 2012 parliamentary elections as an alternative to the political establishment, writes Anton Shekhovtsov: but its role in Euromaidan may well amount to Svoboda's swan song. [ more ]

05.03.2014
Mykola Riabchuk

Revolution in Ukraine: Take three

renewal The main threat to the revolution comes not from Crimean separatism nor from far-right groups, writes Mykola Riabchuk. The biggest threat comes from within: from old habits and oldboy networks. New politicians are needed to avoid repeating the missed opportunities of 1991 and 2004. [ more ]

28.02.2014

Ukraine in focus Read all articles on the developments in Ukraine

 

Migration

Eve Geddie

Changing the European discourse on migration

Discourse Increased securitization and discrimination against migrants has neither reinforced the freedom, security and well-being of EU citizens nor curbed irregular migration, writes Eve Geddie. It's time to change the European discourse on undocumented migrants. [ more ]

29.01.2014
Kenan Malik

In defence of diversity

Fortress Europe It is wrong to make immigration responsible for Europe's social ills, writes Kenan Malik. Worse still is the way in which fortress Europe has created not only a physical barrier around the continent, but an emotional one, too, around Europe's sense of humanity. [Spanish version added] [ more ]

18.12.2013
 

Privacy

Simon Garnett

On data protection: In search of core European values

European Data Protection Day As the EU's response to the Snowden leaks converges with European data protection reforms, new debates on privacy emerge at the European level: and the burning issue remains that of trust. Simon Garnett rounds up the latest developments to coincide with Data Protection Day 2014. [ more ]

28.01.2014
 

New focal point

The ends of democracy

Focal point Today, more than half of the world's population lives in a democracy. Paradoxically, at a time when the global pull of democracy has never been stronger, the crisis of democracy has become acute. Under the double-edged heading "The ends of democracy", we have collected articles that make the problems of democracy so tangible that one actually starts to wonder if it has a future at all, but also those that return to the very basis of the principle of democracy and make clear its purpose – its ends. [ more ]

Szabolcs Pogonyi

After democratic transition

Social change Will democracy in east-central Europe survive the economic crisis? Are democratic institutions and the middle classes strong enough to counter the authoritarian Left and Right? The real test for east-central European democracies is yet to come, writes Szabolcs Pogonyi. [Polish and Ukrainian versions added] [ more ]

12.12.2013
Helen Margetts

The unpredictability of politics in the age of social media

New media Social media extend the range of participatory acts open to citizens. The result can be unpredictable leaderless mobilizations involving massive numbers of small donations of time and effort. And although the vast majority fail absolutely, a few succeed dramatically. [ more ]

12.12.2013
Claus Offe

Two-and-a-half theories

Post-democracy in the age of global financial markets

Democratization Beyond short-lived mass protests and a further swelling of the ranks of the popular right, the democratization of democracy is still possible, contends Claus Offe. But not if political life remains locked within the "prison of the market". [Russian version added] [ more ]

22.11.2013

Read also All articles in the focal point The ends of democracy

 

The 25th European Meeting of Cultural Journals

The public sphere in the making

Focal point The public sphere is not something given; it is made – over and over again. But which actors are involved and what roles do they play? Is there a difference between an intellectual and an expert? And in which media or public space does the debate take place? Accompanying this year's Eurozine conference, taking place from 29 November to 2 December in Oslo, a new focal point explores some of the aspects of building a space for public exchange of opinions and worldviews. [ more ]

26.11.2013
 

Journals

Gender and cultural journals: A European survey

Survey What's the bigger picture regarding gender and cultural journals? Do journals have the resources to deal with it? And what role does gender play, if any, where commissioning patterns and content are concerned? Eurozine has conducted a European survey that examines the issues in greater depth. [ more ]

14.11.2013
 

Gender

Beate Rössler

Desperately seeking women

gender Gender quotas were first discussed over 30 years ago; where introduced, they have successfully offset structural discrimination against women. So why do many countries still not have them? Concentrating on the German situation, Beate Rössler re-states the case. [ more ]

28.02.2014
Ayse Gül Altinay

Gendered silences, gendered memories

New memory work on Islamized Armenians in Turkey

memory The case of Islamized Armenian survivors of the 1915 genocide and the narratives of their "Muslim" grandchildren pose significant challenges to Turkish national self-understanding and the official politics of genocide denial, writes Ayse Gül Altinay. [ more ]

12.02.2014
Barbara Unmüßig

Three years "Arabellion": A women's spring?

social change Shortly after Tunisia enshrines gender equality into its constitution, Barbara Unmüßig surveys the situation of women in the countries where the Arab Spring began to play out three years ago. Self-organization, the role of Islam in society and sexual violence all remain key concerns. [ more ]

11.02.2014
Slavenka Drakulic

Flirting with a stranger

Women's writing on aging

literature Aging is a common literary theme though overwhelmingly confined to male writing, writes Slavenka Drakulic. Does dementia provide a culturally acceptable, metaphorical replacement for women's accounts of aging, and if so why? [ more ]

31.01.2014
Teresa Kulawik

Women's Solidarity

The uprising of the Polish women's movement

politics Poland is the only post-socialist country with a women's movement worthy of the name, writes Teresa Kulawik. Should it succeed in establishing a transparent structure that can accommodate compromise, "Kongres Kobiet" could provide a model for the country's political system. [ more ]

09.01.2014
 

Media

Jason Wilson

After the burn: TED in Long Beach

How TED commodifies knowledge and closes down debate

solutionism The media organization TED sells itself as one of a new brand of arbiters and brokers of innovation. And yet, writes Jason Wilson, TED's preferred model of thinking is not the critical delineation of problems, or the formulation of better questions, but the closure of solutionism. [ more ]

23.01.2014
Stephan Ruß-Mohl

On the necessity of European journalism

communications If a genuinely open-minded European outlook were cultivated among journalists, then the European project would flourish for the next 50 years. Stephan Ruß-Mohl contends that a culture of European journalism is essential for overcoming the eurocrisis. [ more ]

29.01.2014
Natalya Ryabinska

New media and democracy in post-Soviet countries

media As the use of the Internet in the post-Soviet space continues to evolve, Natalya Ryabinska shows how tools of control, surveillance and propaganda are more than up to the task of hindering online sources that promote democratization. Once again, the fate of civil society hangs in the balance. [ more ]

09.10.2013
 

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Ukraine in focus

http://www.eurozine.com/comp/focalpoints/publicsphere.html
Ten years after the Orange Revolution, Ukraine is in the throes of yet another major struggle. Eurozine provides commentary on events as they unfold and further articles from the archive providing background to the situation in today's Ukraine. [more]

The ends of democracy

http://www.eurozine.com/comp/focalpoints/democracy.html
At a time when the global pull of democracy has never been stronger, the crisis of democracy has become acute. Eurozine has collected articles that make the problems of democracy so tangible that one starts to wonder if it has a future at all, as well as those that return to the very basis of the principle of democracy. [more]

Russia in global dialogue

http://www.eurozine.com/comp/focalpoints/eurocrisis.html
In the two decades after the end of the Cold War, intellectual interaction between Russia and Europe has intensified. It has not, however, prompted a common conversation. The focal point "Russia in global dialogue" seeks to fuel debate on democracy, society and the legacy of empire. [more]

Hungary

http://www.eurozine.com/comp/focalpoints/eurocrisis.html
In recent years, Hungary has been a constant concern for anyone interested in European politics. We have collected articles published in Eurozine on recent developments in Hungary and broader issues relating to Hungarian politics, history and culture. [more]

The public sphere in the making

http://www.eurozine.com/comp/focalpoints/publicsphere.html
The public sphere is not something given; it is made - over and over again. But which actors are involved and what roles do they play? Is there a difference between an intellectual and an expert? And in which media or public space does the debate take place? [more]

The EU: Broken or just broke?

http://www.eurozine.com/comp/focalpoints/eurocrisis.html
Brought on by the global economic recession, the eurocrisis has been exacerbated by serious faults built into the monetary union. Contributors discuss whether the EU is not only broke, but also broken -- and if so, whether Europe's leaders are up to the task of fixing it. [more]

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The Eurozone crisis: A Keynesian response

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Political economist and Keynes biographer Robert Skidelsky explains the reasons for the failure of the current anti-crisis policy and how Europe can start to grow again. Listen to the full debate organized by Krytyka Polityczna. [more]

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Marcus Rediker
Ghosts on the waterfront

http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2012-07-27-rediker-en.html
Historian Marcus Rediker describes the sailing ship as linchpin of the emergent transatlantic economic order and instrument of terror for slaves transported from Africa, going on to discuss European harbour cities' role in the slave trade and their responsibilities in reckoning with its moral legacy. [more]

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Olga Tokarczuk
A finger pointing at the moon

http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2014-01-16-tokarczuk-en.html
Our language is our literary destiny, writes Olga Tokarczuk. And "minority" languages provide a special kind of sanctuary too, inaccessible to the rest of the world. But, there again, language is at its most powerful when it reaches beyond itself and starts to create an alternative world. [more]

Piotr Kiezun, Jaroslaw Kuisz
Literary perspectives special: Witold Gombrowicz

http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2013-08-16-kuisz-en.html
The recent publication of the private diary of Witold Gombrowicz provides unparalleled insight into the life of one of Poland's great twentieth-century novelists and dramatists. But this is not literature. Instead: here he is, completely naked. [more]

Literary perspectives
The re-transnationalization of literary criticism

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Eurozine's series of essays aims to provide an overview of diverse literary landscapes in Europe. Covered so far: Croatia, Sweden, Austria, Estonia, Ukraine, Northern Ireland, Slovenia, the Netherlands and Hungary. [more]

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Europe talks to Europe

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Nationalism in Belgium might be different from nationalism in Ukraine, but if we want to understand the current European crisis and how to overcome it we need to take both into account. The debate series "Europe talks to Europe" is an attempt to turn European intellectual debate into a two-way street. [more]

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Eurozine emerged from an informal network dating back to 1983. Since then, European cultural magazines have met annually in European cities to exchange ideas and experiences. Around 100 journals from almost every European country are now regularly involved in these meetings.
Making a difference. Opinion, debate and activism in the public sphere
The 25th European Meeting of Cultural Journals
Oslo, 29 November - 2 December 2013

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Under the heading "Making a difference. Opinion, debate and activism in the public sphere", the 2013 Eurozine conference focused on cultural and intellectual debate and the production of the public sphere. [more]

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