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Tag: Europe

Stephen Milder

German leaders have responded to war in Ukraine with huge increases in defense spending, breaking with the culture of pacifism that emerged after World War II and marking a new wave of militarization.

Julie Michelle Klinger

Rare earth mining will disrupt local climate resilience. Who should pay the price?

G. M. Tamás

Its central characteristic is hostility to universal citizenship.

Stephen Milder

The Greens are on track to become Germany’s second strongest party. For many, this is proof that abandoning radicalism was the right choice, but a new novel offers valuable insights into why it should be recovered.

Jonathan Levy

The tradition allows private and public life to meet, maintaining a baseline solidarity in civic life.

Quinn Slobodian, William Callison

Defying conventional political labels and capitalizing on widespread distrust, a range of new movements share the conviction that all power is conspiracy.

Tobias Hübinette

The recent electoral success of a party with Nazi origins must be understood as part of the long history of white Swedes’ desire for racial homogeneity.

Marta Figlerowicz
Poland and Russia both think of Ukraine as a seat of authentic Slavic culture. A new translation of Józef Czapski’s war memoir highlights how this has often clashed with Ukraine’s independence.
Rajan Menon
Condemning Putin's war must go hand in hand with imagining a more just security order.
Eugene Rumer, Rajan Menon
Selected by The New York Times as one of the best reads for context on the current conflict, our book on the unwinding of the post–Cold War order is now available for all to read.