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Love letter slaves: Why marriage agencies are so succesful in Ukraine

What is the formula for love? It's all about perseverance and luck: An ageing female population, well known for its beauty, accustomed to marriage and children at an early age, in search of a better life. Alberto G. Palomo reports. [ more ]

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Jamala on tour

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Poeteka | 36 (2015)

Now and again we dream of Europe


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New Humanist | 4/2015


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Host | 8/2015


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Kultura Liberalna | 352-355 (2015)


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Akadeemia | 11/2015


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27.07.2016
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Peak democracy?

"Razpotja" considers the spectres of dictatorship haunting Europe; "Mittelweg 36" examines past and present commitments to democracy; "Blätter" asks if the post-Brexit era spells the beginning of the end for Europe; "Multitudes" anticipates a universal basic income for all; "Krytyka" sees a historical opportunity for Ukrainian politics; "RozRazil" investigates the plurality of meanings embodied in the nation; "Letras Libres" reflects on the rise of speciesism; "Kulturos barai" senses that under conditions of austerity, extremism becomes a norm; and "Vikerkaar" confronts the shock of the Anthropocene.

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The narrowest of margins

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Not looking closely enough

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Imperfect universalism



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30.12.2015

La Revue nouvelle | 8/2015


30.12.2015

pARTisan | 29 (2015)

Intellectual resistance


30.12.2015

Il Mulino | 6/2015


30.12.2015

Vagant | 4/2015


30.12.2015

A2 | 25-26 (2015)

Slovenská literatura [Slovak literature]


30.12.2015

Multitudes | 61 (2015)


30.12.2015

Ord&Bild | 4/2015

1980-tal [The '80s]


30.12.2015

Akadeemia | 12/2015


22.12.2015

Letras Libres | 12/2015


22.12.2015

A2 | 24 (2015)

Válka, teror, násilí [War, terror, violence]


21.12.2015

Syn og Segn | 4/2015


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Dialogi | 5-6/2015


16.12.2015

Esprit | 12/2015


15.12.2015

A2 | 23 (2015)

Fanfikce [Fanfiction]


10.12.2015

Index on Censorship | 4/2015

What's the taboo? Why breaking down social barriers matters


08.12.2015

A2 | 22 (2015)

Afrofuturismus


07.12.2015

Merkur | 12/2015


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Kultura Liberalna | 356-359 (2015)


03.12.2015

Sodobnost | 11/2015


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Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik | 12/2015


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Czas Kultury | 3/2015


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Osteuropa | 5-6/2015

Zeichen der Zeit. Europas Osten in Fernost [Signs of the times. Europe's East in Far East]


25.11.2015

Poeteka | 36 (2015)

Now and again we dream of Europe


24.11.2015

New Humanist | 4/2015


23.11.2015

Host | 8/2015


23.11.2015

Kultura Liberalna | 352-355 (2015)


20.11.2015

La Revue nouvelle | 7/2015


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L'Espill | 50 (2015)

The European crisis. Europe as an idea and as a project today


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Akadeemia | 11/2015


 

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