Representatives of Europe's leading cultural and opinion journals gathered in Oslo at the Eurozine conference, call on all democratic institutions to support the rights of Ukrainian protesters to assemble freely and express their opinion in the public sphere. [ more ]
Kan vi bli lyckliga av pengar? [Can money make us happy?]
"Dublin Review of Books" revisits the unlikely story of how Nabokov's "Lolita" was published; "Krytyka" ponders what awaits Ukraine after the Eastern Partnership summit; "Osteuropa" scrutinizes Russia's isolated take on the Syrian civil war; "Cogito" finds Erdogan's democracy package far from democratic; "Dialogi" has learned to distrust merchants of culture; "Esprit" marks the centenaries of Albert Camus and Paul Ricur; "Schweizer Monat" demands we stand up to the tyranny of the algorhythm; "Mittelweg 36" finds that the social role of violence has been neglected for too long; "Vikerkaar" declares Latin America healthy and ready for the future; and "Dziejaslou" objects to the excision of the avant-garde.
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