On the "invisible hand" behind the pro-Europe protests in Kiev
Do the young people have future in the Marxist sense of the word?
On the recent French law criminalizing the clients of prostitutes
British archeologists' three-year expedition in Nepal has produced a discovery putting Buddha's birth 300 years earlier. American archeologists have recently found a stone-tipped spear dating 280,000 years ago. What should we make of history, which is constantly being rewritten?
Legally speaking, animals are "things", not "persons"
Are the efforts of organizations like 'The Nonhuman Rights Project' to change that absurd status?
On Hannah Arendt, German-Jewish thinker and political theorist
And "Hannah Arendt", Margarethe von Trotta's new film
Arnis Rītups talks with Sir Martin J. Rees, British cosmologist and astrophysicist, about the limits of scientific cognition
He killed countless people, but he never left his computer
The public round table discussion on the subject "How is a museum of contemporary art possible?" featuring Sarah Wilson, Professor at the Courtauld Institute in London, Annie Cohen-Solal, French academic and writer, and Marcos Novak, American architect, artist and a pioneer in the field of virtual architecture, took place on November 9, 2013 in Riga as part of the "Rigas Laiks" Festival
An interview with Baby Dee, American performance artist, multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and transgender street legend
Ilmārs lāpins talks to American poet and critic Edward Hirsch about the art of reading and writing poetry
Eugenio Scalfari, journalist and editor of the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, converses with Marcello Mastroianni and Vittorio Gassman about how it feels to be over 70 Translation from La Repubblica, 6 July 1996
On Arturs Bērziņ's exhibition "Mind Works" at Riga Art Space