Naive, the hawks would say

"Ny Tid" says that only diplomacy can defuse the Iranian bomb; "NAQD" warns that the Arab revolutions are not as feminist as the West thinks; "Blätter" wants an enquiry into institutional racism in Germany; "Letras Libres" pays its respects to a rare revolutionary; "Arena" asks the bane of the Norwegian far-Right to explain Breivik; "Res Publica Nowa" struggles for objectivity amidst the tyranny of opinion; "Merkur" is still angry with Kohl; Springerin observes how artists lead the market when it comes to precarity; "L'Homme" finds that international development begins in the home; and "Vikerkaar" reads 150 years of Estonian thanatography.

Ute nå

Transaktivisme og abort, arkitektur og lefsebaking. I den nye utgåva av Syn og Segn er det temasider om arkitektur og byggkvalitet, samtale om sorteringssamfunnet med barnelege Ola Didrik Saugstad, tekstar om einsemd, goth-miljøet og dei kvite flekkane i verdsrommet.

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