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How the UK referendum result is being received across Europe
As plans for the future of Europe are drawn up in the wake of last Thursday's UK referendum, Eurozine asked editors at partner journals for their initial responses to the Brexit decision, and how it's being received in their home countries. Updated, 28 June [ more ]
In "Blätter", Ulrike Guérot offers a corrective to European postdemocracy; "openDemocracy" founder Anthony Barnett states the case for "Bremain"; "Esprit" considers how to eat well and save the planet; "New Humanist" isn't exactly sold on cryonics; "Dziejaslou" dips into the correspondence of a Belarusian prisoner of conscience; "Fronesis" challenges the dominant ideology of capitalist (welfare) societies; and "Syn og Segn" on why a Muslim is not always a Muslim.
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