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Vertical occupation | Eurozine

[ad_1] Wars have many beginnings, but they refuse to end — history is merciless in giving this lesson to us

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The Moscow connection | Eurozine

[ad_1] Kaja Puto: Where does the German left’s sympathy for Russia come from? Reinhard Bingener: In Germany, we have four

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Warehousing children | Eurozine

[ad_1] From the public school superpower Finland to arch-capitalist Britain, education varies widely across Europe. Across this spectrum, one factor

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Four-day workweek: Dream or reality?

[ad_1] Imagine a workweek that wraps up after four days, leaving you three days to relax, enjoy quality time with

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Back to square one | Eurozine

[ad_1] When intellectuals and politicians start talking obsessively about their country’s great ‘originality’, ‘special path’ and a ‘unique mission in

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No longer a footnote | Eurozine

[ad_1] In the early days of March 2022, as Russian troops were approaching the outskirts of Kyiv, international media were

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What happened to solidarity? | Eurozine

[ad_1] The Swedish welfare system has become unrecognizable, writes Niklas Altermark in Fronesis. Once based on solidarity between the working

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Tearing down Fortress Europe | Eurozine

[ad_1] Migration is one of today’s most powerful, and most entrenched, imaginaries. The word conjures up images of walls, borders,

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Forerunners of the free market

[ad_1] In economic terms, state socialism is usually associated with the monopoly of an authoritarian state over core elements of

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Too busy surviving | Eurozine

[ad_1] At one point in his 1984 essay ‘Permission to narrate’, Edward Said described urging family and friends in Beirut