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Dilema veche 436-439 (2012)
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436-439 (2012)

Dilema veche
 


Abstracts

Dilema veche no 436, 21 June 2012

Andrei Pleșu
Măgării
Dirty tricks
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Rasism electoral
Electoral racism
Maria Iordănescu
Căutăm ministru bun
Looking for a good minister
Olivia Sgarbură
Medici români în Franța
Romanian doctors in France
Stela Giurgeanu
Edirne, orașul timpului pierdut
Edirne, the city where time stands still

Dosarul săptămînii: Cum pot fi distruse instituțiile

Theme of the week: How to destroy institutions
Mircea Vasilescu
Adevărul despre ICR și H.-R. Patapievici
The truth about the Romanian Cultural Institute and Horia-Roman Patapievici

Dilema veche no 437, 28 June 2012

Andrei Pleșu
Mică antologie a patriotismului amărît
A small anthology of petty patriotism
Mircea Vasilescu
Corespondența dintre președinte și premier
Correspondence between the president and prime minister
Gabriel Giurgiu
Nu mi-e rușine!
I'm not ashamed!
Carmen Gavrilă
"Trezirea arabă" în confuzia postrevoluționară
The Arab Spring and the confusion after the revolutions
Iulian Comănescu
Cum a trecut Năstase sticla
Adrian Năstase's screen presence

Dosarul săptămînii: Mila și compasiunea

Theme of the week: Mercy and compassion
Elena Stancu
Sărăcia ca formă de libertate
Poverty as a form of freedom

Dilema veche no 438, 5 July 2012

Andrei Pleșu
Caraghioslîc, bîzdîc, balamuc
Parliament beyond parody
Mircea Vasilescu
Strașnic se depolitizează, domnule!
Let us avoid politics, if you please
Ovidiu Nahoi
Europa și România, învingători și învinși
Europe and Romania, the victors and the vanquished
Codrin Liviu Cuțitaru
O problemă de percepție
A problem of perception
George Banu
Femei, femei, femei
Women, women, women
Ilinca Sandu
An interview with Bernard Pivot

Dosarul săptămînii: Cinematograful

Theme of the week: Cinema
Alex Nedea
Cum s-a rupt filmul cinematografelor românești
How the screen went blank for Romanian directors

Dilema veche no 439, 12 July 2012

Mircea Vasilescu
Plagiocrație sau dictatură?
Plagiocracy or dictatorship?
Vintilă Mihăilescu
Țara mea ca o manea
My country, a bittersweet song
Peter Frank
Plagiat
Plagiarism
Emilia Chiscop
An interview with the Pullitzer prize-winning journalist Laurie Garrett on the US healthcare system and global health
Cezar Paul-Bădescu
Mase de manevră
Rent-a-mob

Dosarul săptămînii: Starea bucuriilor noastre

Theme of the week: The state of happiness today
Ana Maria Sandu
Interviu cu Mugur Ciumăgeanu: "Atingerea stafidei e la fel ca o simfonie de Bach"
An interview with the psychotherapist Mugur Ciumăgeanu: "Touching a raisin is like listening to a Bach symphony"


 

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

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A finger pointing at the moon

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Literary perspectives special: Witold Gombrowicz

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