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  • Art Despite War

    But tell us why, why did they burn our city down? “Where are you coming from, dark caravan” Serhiy Zhadan, translated by Virlana Tkacz and Wanda Phipps

  • A Familiar Refrain

    In Europe’s Shadow: Two Cold Wars and a Thirty-Year Journey Through Romania and Beyond, Robert D. Kaplan (Random House, 2016)

  • Literature as an Ark

    Psalm 44 – Danilo Kiš, translated by Danuta Cirlić-Straszyńska, Książkowe Klimaty (Wroclaw, 2016)

  • The Powerful Have No Clothes!

  • e-Estonia: Between Russia and the Cloud

    Estonia may be the very first country in the world to entrust its very sovereignty to cloud-based technologies. Its government is in the process of backing up all of the e-government data to servers…

  • Lot of Smoke,
    Lot of Money,
    but to Little Effect

    Orbán’s policy exploits Hungarian minorities abroad to cement its power at home. His calculation is clear: The votes of the foreign Hungarians could secure the constitutional majority of his…

  • Lonely Island in Big World: Brexit as Imperial Fantasy

    The citizens of Eastern European countries felt at home in Great Britain. It seemed a fulfilment of dreams, the place where normality reigned. The referendum showed how false our illusions had been.

  • Europe’s Last Hope

    What Macron wishes to achieve can only be effected through a full political union, which would mean the final end of French sovereignty. He may wish to go down this road, but would France follow him?…

  • European Elections in 2017: Is Myth of the Omnipotent Russia Over?

  • 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…

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