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The vote will have consequences far beyond the UK's borders.
Alex de Waal
Prominent Hungarian intellectuals have taken surprising anti-immigrant stances.
Spain struggles to honor the legacy of Cervantes.
Weaker European economies chafe against an anti-democratic euro.
Europe must accept that post-nationalism, by nature, is porous at its borders.
The Front National is not in government, but it’s still making gains.
The history of terrorism in France offers lessons in how best to respond to the Paris attacks.
Jeremy Corbyn, the new leader of the UK Labour Party, is helping to revive the radical left.
Refugee camps, intended to be temporary, host people for an average of 12 years.
Elizabeth Cullen Dunn
Carl Hagen, former chairman of Norway's populist right-wing Progress Party, and Siv Jensen, the
Overnight, the hopeful, broad-based, grassroots independence movement gave rise to the righteous wronged.
American rock stars have the same black dots as French poets, Italian artists, Polish composers, and flamboyant British novelists.
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Bram Wispelwey, Michelle Morse
Robin Dembroff, Dee Payton
Noam Chomsky, David Barsamian
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