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 ]
Auf einen Zug. Anpassung und Ausbruch: Jugend in Osteuropa
"openDemocracy" draws lessons from social movements in Bosnia and Italy; "Mute" embraces digital solidarity; "Schweizer Monat" holds a crisis session with David Runciman; "Esprit" confronts corruption's omnipresence; "Glänta" watches the reader turn the tables at the literary carnival; "Letras Libres" speaks to American poet Robert Hass; "Mittelweg 36" examines how media filters German memory; "Revolver Revue" uncovers unpublished poetic prose after Auschwitz; "Arena" anticipates continued growth on the Swedish far-right; and "La Revue nouvelle" surveys human rights in austerity Belgium.
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