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23. desember 2015

The Treaty of Rome was the Copernican revolution in the history of European democracy, the moment at which nationalism and the nation were consigned to history. Since the Lisbon Treaty, however, national self-interest has returned to Europe, so that today the question is: who will determine Europe's future -- the universal or the one-dimensional European?

16. desember 2015

Philippe Descola describes the trajectory of his thought, from Lévi-Strauss and post-structuralist philosophical anthropology via field-work with the Achuar of Amazonia through to his major 2005 work "Beyond Nature and Culture".

16. desember 2015

In a roundtable first published in "Esprit" on the eve of the Paris climate conference, leading Francophone thinkers and strategists consider how best to marry scientific expertise with democratic procedures in the face of accelerating climate change.

16. desember 2015

Pham Van Quang examines recent developments in Francophone Vietnamese literature. Life in exile and the resulting quest for identity tends to inform the semi-autobiographical novels published of late, which throw new light on issues of individual and collective memory.

16. desember 2015

Esprit appeals for a mixed response to terror; Merkur talks to Philippe Descola about anthropology; Czas Kultury wants radical democracy in the university; La Revue nouvelle looks at pre-election Spain; Vagant considers translation between Scandinavian languages; Kultura liberalna talks to Michael Walzer about Syria; Poeteka recalls life in communist Albania.

11. desember 2015

Overthrow a dictator in the Arab world today and you're far more likely to spark civil war than a liberal democracy. So the West shouldn't be militarily engaged at all, says Michael Walzer. For it cannot create democratic polities where there is no social or cultural basis for democracy.

09. desember 2015

In the 1970s and early 1980s, a movement of Russian nationalists attempted to reshape the USSR in a Russian-patriotic spirit. Alexander Mikhailovsky considers the reception of this movement among intellectual circles at the time and whether its legacy still plays a role in official Russian politics today.

07. desember 2015

There is a real need to debate the post-Soviet space less as a single region and more in terms of individual autonomous entities, writes Taciana Arcimovič. Recent discussions in Narva made a valuable contribution toward meeting this need. A report on the first of five conferences organized by the platform Neighbourhood in Europe: Prospects of a Common Future.

03. desember 2015

Polish journal "Czas Kultury" has joined the Eurozine network. The journal's title means "Time of culture" -- and in thirty years of publishing, the Poznan-based outlet has continuously moved with both the times and the dramatic cultural and social shifts that have shaped the public sphere.

02. desember 2015

The state capitalist systems of China and Russia will provide long-term challenges to "the triumph of neoliberalism", predicts Xin Zhang. This coincides with both countries attempting to export their model with the aim of loosening the grip of so-called free market capitalism on the global economy.

02. desember 2015

"Blätter" gives climate diplomacy one last chance; "Host" says suspending censorship is one thing, real ideas and creativity another; "openDemocracy" unravels the twisted logic of extremist ideologies; "L'Espill" champions the diversity of European debate in the face of adversity; "New Humanist" draws lessons from the mid-twentieth-century refugee crisis; "Osteuropa" sees Europe's East blend into the Far East; "Vikerkaar" warns of the perils of securitizing memory; "Mute" speaks to the art critic Hal Foster.

01. desember 2015

Worldwide renewable energy capacity is growing fast, as associated costs sink. But can this month's UN climate conference, which runs till 11 December, keep pace with developments in the real world? Benjamin von Brackel and Christian Mihatsch see Paris as the last chance for climate diplomacy to succeed.

01. desember 2015

The twentieth century unleashed the spectre of statelessness into the world. Lyndsey Stonebridge explores how the modern history of refugees has shaped not only the lives of the stateless but also the lives, rights and securities of those who think of themselves as happily at home.

27. november 2015

In an article first published shortly after the 13 November Paris terrorist attacks, investigative journalist Nafeez Ahmed addresses the twisted logic of extremist ideologies; and how to break the continuum of violence that such ideologies seek to perpetuate.

26. november 2015

Hannah Arendt once remarked that the rights of man proved to be unenforceable in postwar Europe. Currently, observes Valeria Korablyova, the refugee crisis looks like proving the idea of Europe itself to be unenforceable. So what will remain if equality and solidarity finally fail to become the principles of cooperation between EU member states now riven by common fears?

25. november 2015

In 1983, Hal Foster edited a seminal collection of cultural criticism, "The Anti-Aesthetic". So how is it that Foster now sees real possibilities in the aesthetic? And could it be that, in lieu of a defining human marginality, a version of the human might yet be resurrected?

19. november 2015

Without a proper understanding of the way the global (data) economy actually works, says Geert Lovink, we can't effectively reinvent our culture. So, while building independent infrastructures remains of primary importance, net criticism needs updating and upgrading, before it becomes subject to deletion.

18. november 2015

Half a century after Richard Hofstadter described "the paranoid style in American politics", Marc-Olivier Padis of "Esprit" discerns a comparable phenomenon in the French media. In an article first published in early November, Padis objects to the weakening of the norms of democratic debate.

18. november 2015

"Wespennest" refuses to let the machines takeover; "Letras Libres" sees citizen power as the key to a post-national European democracy; "Soundings" strikes out for a new political frontier in British politics; "Il Mulino" traces the shifting contours of the European debate on sovereignty; "Blätter" seeks ways out of the Catalan impasse; "New Eastern Europe" appeals to Europe's goodwill and openness amid refugee crisis; "Arena" reaffirms the Swedish people's overwhelming support for a humanitarian refugee policy; "Merkur" traverses the analogue-digital divide; and "Esprit" samples the paranoid style in the digital age.

17. november 2015

On Friday 13 November, Paris suffered an unprecedented set of terrorist attacks less than a year after those targeting Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket. Once again, we review the responses of Eurozine partner journals, associates and authors.

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