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  • Teddy Cruz: Thinking Architecture without Buildings

    interview

  • Agnieszka Holland: At the Thought of Poland Leaving the EU I Get Shivers down My Spine

    interview

  • Ruby Gropas: Free Movement of Workers Is Non-Negotiable

    interview People need to feel that prosperity and opportunity is fairly shared. As long as European societies feel exposed to job precarity, support for building “walls” would only strengthen – says Ruby…

  • Alain Délétroz: Macron Is Not Going to Leave Eastern Europe Behind

    interview I do not expect “sanctions” to be set up against Poland or Hungary in the same way as they have been set up against Russia after the annexation of Crimea – says Alain Délétroz in an interview with…

  • Pavel Kysilka: Let‘s Fire Bureaucrats and Invest Saved Money in Education

    interview Although there is much talk these days of the threat of new trade and other kinds of barriers, the digital world, which knows no borders, will eventually prevail, economist Pavel Kysilka believes.…

  • Paul Mason: Future without Work, but with a Strong State

    interview British journalist and left-wing activist Paul Mason became famous with his book PostCapitalism two years ago. He set up a vision of a high-tech society where work is scarce and the state is strong.…

  • Klaus Bachmann: Only a Strong EU May Save Itself

    interview Whoever wants more powers for nation-states and weaker EU institutions, he will get a European Union where instead of the European Commission it will be Germany dictating to the EU what it should…

  • Martin Buchtík: Generation What Lacks the Shared Experience of Tackling Some Society-Wide Challenge.

    interview Research on the opinions of young people between the ages of 18 and 34 shows that thanks to modern communications this generation has no problems moving out of the environment into which they were…

  • Nicolas Maslowski: A Dangerous Time of Chaos

    interview The financial crisis showed the weakness of America. Undermining the world order in this situation is much easier and successive actors are starting to do that—says Nicolas Maslowski in an interview…

  • Fabian Zuleeg: The Multi-Speed Europe Scenario Is the Most Realistic One

    interview There are political risks attached to further integration of the eurozone within the model of “multi-speed Europe,” but far greater risk would be to allow the eurozone to fail—says Fabian Zuleeg in…

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