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Dilema veche 430-435 (2012)
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430-435 (2012)

Dilema veche
 


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Dilema veche no 430, 10 Mai 2012

Vintilă Mihăilescu
Turismul care este
Tourism, for what it's worth
Constanța Vintilă-Ghițulescu
Istoria în slujba vinului
History in the service of wine
An interview with the pianist Nik Bärtsch
"Nu sînt interesat de perfecțiune, ci de precizie"
"I'm interested in precision rather than perfection"
An interview with the director Mona Nicoară
Nu doar un film despre romi: Școala noastră
Not just a film about Roma: Școala noastră (Our School)

Theme of the week: The mayor

Mircea Kivu
Un poncif: primarul - bun gospodar
A cliché: the mayor as good manager
Horia Marinescu
Spațiul public la București și la Viena
Public space in Bucharest and Vienna

Dilema veche no 431, 17 Mai 2012

Andrei Pleșu
Prostie și dictatură
Stupidity and dictatorship
Ovidiu Nahoi
De ce sînt grecii niște norocoși
Why the Greeks are so lucky
Andrei Manolescu
Sub covorul finalei
Under cover of the final
Cristian Ghinea
Idei de stricat distracția anti-austeritate
Ideas for spoiling anti-austerity's fun
Luiza Vasiliu
Un festival al culturii române (salonul de carte de la Torino)
A festival of Romanian culture (the Torino book fair)

Theme of the week: Success under Communism

Alexandru Ofrim
Amintiri de cititor -- best-seller-uri românești înainte de '89
Memories of a reader -- Romanian bestsellers before 89

Dilema veche no 432, 24th May 2012

Anca Manolescu
Grija de sine opusă grijii față de lume?
Does looking after yourself mean not looking after others?
Interview with Serge Celibidache
The son of the famous conductor on the Sergiu Celibidache Festival in Bucharest
Andrei Gorzo
Noua lovitură a lui Mungiu, filmul După dealuri
Mungiu's new hit, the film După dealuri (Over the Hills)

Theme of the week: What France and la Francophonie mean today

Teodor Baconschi talks to Mircea Vasilescu
Între declinologie și grandoare
Between doomsaying and grandeur
Florin Chivoci
Relațiile româno-franceze în vremea lui Ceaușescu
French-Romanian relations under Ceaușescu

Dilema veche no 433, 31 Mai 2012

Andrei Pleșu
Note, stări, zile
Grades, conditions, days
Mircea Vasilescu
Cărtărescu și Patapievici
The authors Mircea Cărtărescu and Horia Roman Patapievici
Ovidiu Nahoi
Un caz de orbire politică -- reprezentarea României la Bruxelles
A case of political blindness -- Romania's representation in Brussels
George Banu
Noapte albă cu Stalin
A white night with Stalin

Theme of the week: How pro-European are the Romanians still?

Leonard Orban
Cum păstrăm și consolidăm ceea ce avem astăzi?
How can we preserve and consolidate our achievements to date?
Daniel Dăianu
Nu există o cale europeană dată de la Dumnezeu
There is no God-given path to Europe

Dilema veche no 434, 7th June 2012

Mircea Vasilescu
Cultura locală
Local culture
Cătălin Ștefănescu
"Problema maghiară" -- listă scurtă a motivelor de rîs
The "Hungarian problem" -- a short list to make you laugh
Nicu Popescu
Lipsa problemelor cu vecinii maximizează puterea și influența regională
Fewer problems with the neigbours maximises regional power and influence
Iuliana Alexa
Opt zile prin Iran
Eight days for Iran
Daniel I. Iancu
Oameni și locuri. Prin Munții Metaliferi
People and places. Through the mountains of ore

Theme of the week: Personalities

Cristian Grosu
Noul mutant electoral -- nașterea, modul de utilizare și portretul său upgradat
The new electoral mutant -- his birth, care and updated profile

Dilema veche no 435, 14th June 2012

Andrei Pleșu
Din străinătate
From abroad
Mircea Vasilescu
Victoria televizorului în alegeri
How television won the elections
Ovidiu Nahoi
Alegătorul român: patru alegeri deștepte
The Romanian voter: four clever choices
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Vulpea și nevroza balcanică
The fox and the Balkan neurosis
Alexandru Cizek
Bel Paese în restriște: răni proaspete și răni redeschise în Italia
The Bel paese in dire straits: Italy's fresh and re-opened wounds

Theme of the week: Hierarchies

Ioana Both
Universitățile românești -- între top și topping
Romanian universities -- between top and topping


 

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Civil disobedience for an age of total surveillance
The case of Edward Snowden

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Literature     click for more

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A finger pointing at the moon

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Literary perspectives special: Witold Gombrowicz

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The recent publication of the private diary of Witold Gombrowicz provides unparalleled insight into the life of one of Poland's great twentieth-century novelists and dramatists. But this is not literature. Instead: here he is, completely naked. [more]

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