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Dilema veche 518-527 (2014)
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518-527 (2014)

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Dilema veche no 518, 16 January 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Un oraş asasinat: Bucureştiul
Murder of a city: Bucharest
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Elite şi mase
The elite and the masses
Ovidiu Nahoi
O nouă isterie: vin ungurii!
A new hysteria: the Hungarians are coming!
Cristina Hermeziu
20 de ani de Memorial Sighet
20 years of the Sighet Memorial prison

Topic of the week: How we won the West – Romanian artists in the wider world

An interview with the author Mircea Cărtărescu
"Literatura nu e o meserie, e o cale"
"Literature isn't a job, it's a path in life"

Dilema veche no 519, 23 January 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Proasta folosire a inteligenţei
Intelligence and how not to use it
Ovidiu Nahoi
Şi totuşi, romānilor le place Europa
Romanians like Europe, despite everything
An interview with the choreographer Mihai Mihalcea
Mă pot adresa pe limba oricui
I talk all languages
Carmen Gavrilă
Iran şi SUA – istoria īn schimbare, īn 2014
Iran and the USA – history in turmoil, 2014
Maria Iordănescu
Să rīdem de nord-coreeni
Let's laugh at North Korea

Topic of the week: Who's afraid of Romanians and Bulgarians?

Yudit Kiss
Ce-i īndeamnă pe romii din Europa să meargă spre Vest?
Why are Europe's Roma moving westwards?

Dilema veche no 520, 30 January 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Note, stări, zile
As the days go by
Ovidiu Nahoi
Ucraina, provocarea europeană a secolului
Ukraine, this century's challenge to Europe
Sever Voinescu
Un gīnd despre prietenie
Thoughts on friendship
An interview with Dan PERJOVSCHI, artist-in-residence at the Paris Museum of the History of Immigration
Sīntem nişte vase comunicante
We are made to communicate
Andrei Manolescu
Poezia lui Kalaşnikov
The poetry of the Kalashnikov

Topic of the week: Youth without violence?

Mugur Ciumăgeanu
Violenţa 2014 – consideraţii de cabinet
Violence 2014 – thoughts from the cabinet

Dilema veche no 521, 6 February 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Puşcăriaşi şi puşcăriaşi...
Prisoners and inmates...
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Cain şi Abel īn Romānia
Cain and Abel on Romania
Sever Voinescu
Forţa reformatoare a nostalgiei
The reforming power of nostalgia
An interview with Mădălina and Adrian Răileanu
Iepurele mizantrop: un steguleţ care semnalizează ce e important
The misanthropic rabbit: flagging up what's really important
An interview with the artist Ioana Ciocan
Trecutul nu se bagă sub preş
The past cannot be swept under the carpet

Topic of the week: Disquiet on the Eastern front? News from Ukraine

Cristian Ghinea
Două zile de bătut Maidanul
Two days on the Maidan

Dilema veche no 522, 13 February 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Loc pentru speranţă
Room for hope
Cristina Hermeziu
La taifan cu Nadia, diva războiului rece şi a capitalismului fierbinte
A chat with Nadia, diva of the Cold War and hot capitalism
Cristian Ghinea
Ce spun jocurile de la Soci despre Rusia lui Putin
What the Sochi Games tell us about Putin and Russia
An interview with Maros Sefcovic, vicepresident of the European Commission
"Bruxelizarea" eşecurilor şi "naţionalizarea" succeselor
The "Brusselisation" of failures and "nationalisation" of success

Topic of the week: Required reading - or essential?

Florin Ioniţă
Cod portocaliu... spre roşu
Code Orange... rising to red

Survey – Cui īi e frică de cezariană?
Who's afraid of Caesarean births?

Dilema veche no 523, 20 February 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Texte (minimal) comentate
Texts with (some) commentary
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Nu mor caii cīnd vor cīinii
Hanging on doggedly to life
Matei Martin
Cea mai scumpă căutare Google
The most expensive Google search
Ovidiu Nahoi
Două euromituri spulberate (degeaba)
Two Euro-myths that we have debunked – in vain
Sever Voinescu
Un nou atac la statul de drept
A new attack on the rule of law

Topic of the week: Bribery

Nicolae Rednic
Pentru tine, recunoştinţa mea!
A little token of my gratitude!

Dilema veche no 524, 27 February 2014

Vintilă Mihăilescu
Timpul libertăţii de a nu pierde timpul
Freedom means not wasting our time
Ovidiu Nahoi
Ucraina: Occident sau autarhie naţionalistă?
Ukraine: Western values or nationalist autarchy?
An interview with the psychologist Dragoş Cīrneci
Update al memoriilor
Updating memories
Octavian Coman
Silicon Valley (I)
An interview with the war correspondent Vaughan Smith
A meritat să-mi risc viaţa
It was worth risking my life

Dilema veche no 525, 6 March 2014

Vintilă Mihăilescu
Manelism politic
Turbo-populist politics
Ovidiu Nahoi
Este Rusia de azi Germania anului 1938?
Is Russia today like Germany in 1938?
Cristian Ghinea
Lumea de după invazia ruseasc㠖 cīteva instrucţiuni
Some instructions for life after the Russian invasion
Iulian Comanescu
De ce nu avem īncredere īn presă
Why we don't trust the press
Radu Magdin
Partide şi lideri īn Romānia anului electoral 2014
Parties and leaders in the Romanian 2014 elections

Topic of the week: Light

Constantin Vică
Consum, resurse şi dreptate
Resources, consumption and justice

Dilema veche no 526, 13 March 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Lamento
Paul Bailey
Esenţă de anşoa – spitalul ca "hartă a īntregii lumi"
Anchovy essence – the hospital as a map of the whole world
Cristian Ghinea
Pīnă unde se īntinde curtea Rusiei? Cīnd doi coloşi spun prostii
How large is Russia's backyard? When two titans spout rubbish
An interview with the director Nae Caranfil
Mi-am dorit un fel de "Once upon a time in Romania"
I wanted to make a kind of "Once upon a time in Romania"
Cristina Foarfă
Fobii de călătorii: zborul
Travel phobias: fear of flying

Topic of the week: Electronic music under communism

An interview with the composer Adrian Enescu
Am vrut ca muzica mea să fie personaj
I wanted my music to be a character

Dilema veche no 527, 20 March 2014

Andrei Pleşu
Chipuri ale ticăloşiei
The faces of villainy
An interview with Radu Magdin
Cum se comunică īn politica romānească
How Romanian politicians communicate
Cătălin Ştefănescu
Evadarea din prostime
Escape from stupidity
Iulian Comanescu
De ce se uită Obama la House of Cards
Why Obama watches House of Cards
Stela Giurgeanu
Discursul urii
Hate speech

Topic of the week: Badly brought up

Radu Paraschivescu
Vă implor, tăceţi mai tare
Please, please, keep quiet


 

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Ghosts on the waterfront

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Olga Tokarczuk
A finger pointing at the moon

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Literary perspectives special: Witold Gombrowicz

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