In contrast to 1989, when the turning point in the revolutions that swept the Eastern Bloc may have seemed like a revolutionary moment to end all revolution, thinking revolution today is an altogether more futuristic affair, writes Christoph Menke. Within limits, that is. [ more ]
"openDemocracy" demands transnational community, not post-democracy; "Intellectum" throws out literary convention as Greek crisis goes from bad to worse again; "Res Publica Nowa" considers the imperial roots of European politics; "Blätter" discerns a case of colonial amnesia in Berlin; "Kultura Liberalna" reimagines Poland in an age of trans-continental migration; "Revue Projet" asks whether France's social welfare system needs repairing or rebuilding; "Glänta" goes in search of the post-traumatic subject; and "Mittelweg 36" replays the Vietnam war in films by Jean-Luc Godard and Chris Marker.
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