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  • Challenging Times: Matching Democracy to Wide Communities

    We live in times when democracies have to prove they can still meet the needs of their citizens or be defeated by authoritarianism. The major question is how to make democracy deliver security and…

  • People Want New Faces

    interview Young Belarusians will continue to go to Polish or Lithuanian universities. I am not convinced, however, that this will foster democratization, says Piotr Pogorzelski in an interview with Zbigniew…

  • Where the Czechs Came From

    editorial

  • Foreword

    foreword

  • Change Needs People, Not Papers

    COVID-19 has brought together a wide range of scientists, policymakers, and businesses in an unprecedented fashion. Just like neighbors who barely responded to one another’s greetings in the…

  • Globalization: Made in China

    We’re very glad to republish this article by Maurizio Sgroi that appeared in our Italian sister-journal Aspenia. China has its sights set on the future of globalization and is preparing to compete in…

  • To Counter Populists We Need a “People First” Kind of Liberalism

    interview

  • Tammy Westergard: Bridging the Digital Divide with Libraries and Upskilling

    interview With the world accelerating toward a new digital future, public libraries are becoming more important than ever. In an interview with Anna Zamejc, American librarian Tammy Westergard explains how…

  • To Understand Bauman

    “Writing a biography is not a job for a person who wants to be a saint,” Artur Domosławski writes in his book, quoting a friend. One might add that a saintly hero is poor material for a biographer. 

  • The Great Acceleration

    The strongest vector shaping post-pandemic reality in Europe and the United States will be green modernization. Many years of investment in new energy sources, batteries, information technology to…

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