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Dilema veche 572-584 (2015)
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572-584 (2015)

Dilema veche
 


Abstracts

Dilema veche no 572, 29 January 2015

Andrei Pleşu
Texte lăsate deoparte
Texts that are left aside
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Piaţa neo-liberală a cunoaşterii
Market of knowledge in neoliberal version
Ovidiu Nahoi
O soluţie pentru Grecia? Salvarea Europei
A solution for Greece? Saving Europe
Iulian Comănescu
Ce desparte România de Moldova?
What separates Romania from Moldova?
Interview with lawyer Doru Costea
"Libertatea de exprimare? Să pot spune orice, chiar şi adevărul"
"Freedom of speech? I could say anything, even the truth"

Topic of the week: The civil society front

Mircea Kivu
Exerciţiu de imaginaţie: democraţie fără societate civilă?
An exercise in imagination: democracy without civil society?

Dilema veche no 573, 5 February 2015

Andrei Pleşu
Religie şi publicitate
Religion and advertising
Interview with Valentina Sanda Dediu - professor of National University of Music and new rector of New Europe College
"N-aş fi deloc pentru o educaţie de tip elitist"
"I would not want at all an elitist education"
Georges Banu
"Frumuseţea va salva lumea"
"Beauty will save the world"
Cristian Ghinea
Concluzii în dezbaterea Big Brother – cine are dreptate?
Conclusions on the Big Brother debate - who is right?
Dorel Dumitru Chiriţescu
Războiul mondial al banilor
World war of money
Cristina Hemeziu
Cînd elevii lui Stéphanie jură pe Coran
When Stéphanie's students are swearing by Koran

Topic of the week: Chivalry and Courtesy

Interview with translator Antoaneta Ralian
"Nevoia de a fi un pic răsfăţate"
"The need to be a bit spoiled"

Dilema veche no 574, 12 February 2015

Vintilă Mihăilescu
De ce ar învăţa studenţii?
Why should students learn?
Ovidiu Nahoi
Poate preşedintele să schimbe "sistemul"?
Could the president change the "system"?
Sever Voinescu
Controlul serviciilor secrete. Contradicţia
Control intelligence. The contradiction
Interview with Valeriu Nicolae, activist on issues of Roma minority
"Schimbarea o să vină prin copii"
"Change will come through children"
Cristian Ghinea
Doar înarmarea Ucrainei poate aduce pacea
Only arming Ukraine can bring peace
Gabor Demszky
Jurnal de Romania
Journal of Romania

Topic of the week: Romanian Diaspora about itself

Sandra Pralong
Go West!

Dilema veche no 575, 19 February 2015

Andrei Pleşu
Nerăbdări, frustrări, principii
Impatience, frustrations, morals
Interview with Carmen Vasile
De ce să faci voluntariat
Why it is good to do volunteer work
Iulia Badéa-Gueritée
Constanţa, oraşul sub perfuzie
Constanţa, city under infusion
Cristian Ghinea
Urgenţa antiteroristă – o lună mai tîrziu
Emergency counterterrorism - a month later
Mihnea Rudoiu
Ce nu ştim despre Congo
What we don't know about Congo
Stela Giurgeanu
În Vizureşti
In Vizureşti
Matei Pleşu
Liov, oraşul leului
Lvov, lion city

Topic of the week: Caricature

Interview with Alexandru Ciubotariu
"Caricatura e o armă"
"Caricature is a weapon"

Dilema veche no 576, 26 February 2015

Andrei Pleşu
Bătălia premiilor
The battle of awards
Vintilă Mihăilescu
România şi demografia
Romania and demography
Constanţa Vintilă-Ghiţilescu
De ce ne suflăm încă nasul pe stradă
Why do we blow our nose still on the street
Cristian Ghinea
Aproape tot ce ştiţi despre chestiunea grecească este greşit
Almost everything you know about the Greek issue is wrong
Maria Iordănescu
Cu cine reformăm învăţămîntul
Who can reform education

Topic of the week: How to document the reality

Interview with film director Tudor Giurgiu
"Un personaj şi fărîme de adevăr"
"A character and shreds of truth"

Dilema veche no 577, 5 March 2015

Sever Voinescu
Au existat şi mari români impecabili – e insuportabil!
There have also been also Romanian impeccable but great persons - it's unbearable!
Ovidiu Nahoi
De ce nu-şi scot ochii Iohannis şi Ponta?
Why don't Johannis and Ponta fight?
Interview with Claudia Şerbănuţă, new director of National Library
Responsabilitatea de a păstra memoria
The responsibility to preserve the memory
George Banu
"Tristeţea va dura mereu"
"The sadness will alwayslast "
Luminiţa-Anda Mandache
Aşteptarea ca mod de viaţă
Waiting as a way of life

Topic of the week: Some truths about lying

Armand Goşu
Propagandă şi manipulare – strategia militară a Rusiei
Propaganda and manipulation - Russia's military strategy

Dilema veche no 578, 12 March 2015

Andrei Pleşu
Europa "a la grecque"
Vintilă Mihăilescu
România exotică
Exotic Romania
Interview with painter Adrian Ghenie
"Metoda mea e administrarea eşecului"
"My method is the management of failure"
Alexandru-Radu Săvulescu
Greenacord 2014 – "Mormîntul" lui Vlad Ţepeş din Napoli
Green Accord 2014 - The "tomb" Vlad the Impaler in Naples
Anca Şerbănuţă
Melancolia lui Fawad
Fawad's melancholia

Topic of the week: Going to the psychologist

Interview with psychologist Aurora Liiceanu
"Deşi trăim într-o lume individualistă, grupul este glorificat"
"Although we live in an individualistic world, the group is glorified"

Dilema veche no 579, 19 March 2015

Andrei Pleşu
Zombie
Vintililă Mihăilescu
Familia minimală
Minimal family
Ovidiu Nahoi
Europa aduce sărăcie?
Europe brings poverty?
Interview with architect Teodor Frolu
"Bucureştenii şi-au pierdut relaţia emoţională cu oraşul"
"Bucharest residents lost their emotional relationship with the city"
Interview with journalist Rupert Wolfe Murray
Despre frica de a călători singur
About the fear to travel alone
Interview with dramatist Matei Vişniec
"Citiţi acest roman, poate că veţi începe să scrieţi"
"Read this novel, maybe you start to write"

Topic of the week: Religion and politics

Mircea Kivu
Zbuciumatul concubinaj dintre politician şi ierarh
Tumultuous relation between politicians and bishops

Dilema veche no 580, 26 March 2015

Andrei Pleşu
"Intelectual"? Adică ce?
"Intellectual"? What does this mean?
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Ora de religie
Religion in schools
Gabriel Giurgiu
Sistemul, ministrul şi vedeta
The system, the minister and the star
Interview with baritone Alexandru Aghenie
"Nu cred uşor în schimbări, deşi sînt un optimist"
"I don't think changes are easy, even though I am an optimist"
Cristian Ghinea
Aferim! şi paşoptiştii
The film "Aferim!" and revolutionaries from 1948

Topic of the week: Radio

Mihai Dinu
Teatrul imaginar-retrospectiva radioului independent
Imaginary Theatre - independent radio retrospective

Dilema veche no 581, 2 April 2015

Andrei Pleşu
A fi contra
Being against
Gabriel Giurgiu
Improbabila Armada
Unlikely Armada
Interview with Maria Crângaşu
Serviciile sociale în România şi Norvegia
Social services in Romania and Norway
Andrei Manolescu
Winston Churchill în locul lui Jeremy Clarkson
Jeremy Clarkson replaced by Winston Churchill
George Banu
Naţionalul bucureştean şi teatrul-oraş
Bucharest National Theatre and the theatre-city
Cristian Ghinea
Propaganda rusească
Russian propagande

Topic of the week: Unseen, unheard

Interview with Dana Deac, the president of Orange Foundation
"Comunicarea înseamnă solidaritate"
"Communication means solidarity"

Dilema veche no 582, 9 April 2015

Andrei Pleşu
Feluri de a fi deştept
Ways of being smart
Sever Voinescu
Williams-Halep nu este doar despre tenis
Williams-Halep is not just about tennis
Codrin Liviu Cuţitaru
Gînduri (Posibil Greşite) Despre Politică
(Possibly wrong) thoughts about politics
Cristian Ghinea
Salvăm forturile Bucureştiului?
Do we save the forts of Bucharest?
Interview with dramatist Saviana Stanescu
"Teatrul trebuie să răspundă temelor fierbinţi dintr-o societate"
"The theater must meet the hot topics of society"

Topic of the week: The study abroad

Interview with Lia Hancianu manager of Student Consulting
Cum poţi studia în străinătate
How to study abroad

Dilema veche no 583, 16 April 2015

Andrei Pleşu
Fellini şi spiritele
Fellini and spirits
Vintiă Mihăilescu
Fericirea
Happiness
Ovidiu Nahoi
Criza Răsăritului; cîteva dileme
East crisis; some dilemmas
Ioan Holender
Quo vadis Festivalul Enescu?
Enescu Festival quo vadis?
Interview with visual artist Andreas Fogarasi
"În arhitectură nu e loc pentru atitudini sceptice sau pentru îndoieli"
"In architecture there is no room for hesitation or doubt"

Topic of the week: Kosovo today

Interview with acting foreign minister of Kosovo – Petrit Selimi
Recunoaşterea pe Facebook
Recognition on Facebook

Dilema veche no 584, 23 April 2015

Andrei Pleşu
Gazetărie la botul calului
Patchy journalism
Cristian Ghinea
Ce poate face statul cu mişcarea antivaccin?
How can the state deal with the anti-vaccination movement ?
Nicolae Drăguşin
George Copos, justiţia penală şi activitatea ştiinţifică
George Copos, criminal justice and scientific workdamaged
Christian Ferencz-Flatz
Aferim! – un film istoric bine stricat
Afer! - A historical film very well damaged
Dorel Dumitru Chiriţescu
Lungul drum al bătăliei împotriva corupţiei
The long road of battle against corruption

Topic of the week: SOS cultural heritage

Interview with Virgil Ştefan Niţulescu, President of the National Network of Museums in Romania
"Sîntem nevoiţi să luptăm simultan pe mai multe fronturi"
"We have to fight simultaneously on several fronts"


 

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