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Swedish giants | Eurozine

In Liberal Debatt, Thea Andersson calls for a break in the deadlock afflicting recent Swedish politics. At a time when Swedish governments are based on

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On fascization | Eurozine

If you want a picture of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face – forever. George Orwell Are there any movements currently

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The never-ending lessons of war

How can we learn to live next to violent deaths, mass graves, and knowledge of rape and torture? When looking for an answer to this

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A tradition of moral defiance

Alexei Navalny is being mourned as Russia’s most daring, sophisticated and Western-looking politician. Yet Navalny’s political struggle with tyranny, which ended in an Arctic penal

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Greece’s next crisis | Eurozine

Two billion euros! This may be the cost of the series of climatic disasters that hit the country between mid-July and mid-September, as estimated by

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The ways we love | Eurozine

Despite the unknown origins of Valentine’s Day celebrations, historical tradition looks nothing like today’s commodity extravaganza, and we can blame the Hallmark company for that.

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‘Eurowhiteness’ | Eurozine

Green European Journal: In your book Eurowhiteness, you discuss Europe’s civilizational turn. What do you mean by that? When did it begin, and when did

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The limits of normality | Eurozine

Disability is often imagined as physical, which takes away from their broad nature, as they can be mental, sensory, and intellectual as well. While some

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Bleaching blue collars | Eurozine

‘One day a poster announcing the “preparatory course”, an accelerated training programme for university, appeared in a village in central Poland. The ad presented Pokusa

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Alkemisterna från Ludwigshafen | Eurozine

Förhistorien – den samlande människan Först i mänsklighetens behovsordning kommer födan. Därefter kommer inte bara moralen utan också den högre gastronomins alla finesser. Ur ett