Articles tagged with europe

Paul Hockenos

Germany's low death rate and quick payout of relief to workers makes a case for social democracy as preparedness.

Holly Case

The winner of the National Book Award for Translated Literature serves up an apocalyptic vision of Hungarian society.

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Paul Hockenos

30 years after the Wall, the story of Berlin's anarchist utopia.

Yuliya Komska

Far-right leaders often call for one nation united under one language. At the same time, they have always been good at using translation to spread their politics.

Anthony Paletta

Yugoslavia produced a thrilling variety of buildings—frequently departing from the prefabricated monotony of the Eastern Bloc.

David R. K. Adler

But it is increasingly difficult to question Israel’s policies without accusations of anti-Semitism.

Nancy Scheper-Hughes

The pontiff still hasn't commented on Ireland's abortion referendum. That could all change when he visits the country in August. 

Carlos Fraenkel

The focus on Muslim anti-Semitism obscures the real quandary of multiculturalism in Angela Merkel’s Germany.

Marta Figlerowicz

To understand why Europe seems more balkanized now than ever, we must look to Eastern Europe's failed reconstruction.

J. W. Mason

Yanis Varoufakis's lessons for reasserting European social democracy.