If the financial crisis divided the EU between creditors and debtors, opening a gap between North and South, the refugee crisis re-opened the gap between East and West. What we witness today, writes Ivan Krastev, is not what Brussels describes as a lack of solidarity, but a clash of solidarities: national, ethnic and religious solidarity chafing against our obligations as human beings. [ more ]
Slovenská literatura [Slovak literature]
1980-tal [The '80s]
Válka, teror, násilí [War, terror, violence]
What's the taboo? Why breaking down social barriers matters
Zeichen der Zeit. Europas Osten in Fernost [Signs of the times. Europe's East in Far East]
Now and again we dream of Europe
The European crisis. Europe as an idea and as a project today
In "Blätter", Ulrike Guérot offers a corrective to European postdemocracy; "openDemocracy" founder Anthony Barnett states the case for "Bremain"; "Esprit" considers how to eat well and save the planet; "New Humanist" isn't exactly sold on cryonics; "Dziejaslou" dips into the correspondence of a Belarusian prisoner of conscience; "Fronesis" challenges the dominant ideology of capitalist (welfare) societies; and "Syn og Segn" on why a Muslim is not always a Muslim.
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