Articles tagged with europe

Marta Figlerowicz

Poland and Russia both think of Ukraine as a seat of authentic Slavic culture. A new translation of Józef Czapski’s war memoir highlights how this has often clashed with Ukraine’s independence.

Rajan Menon

Condemning Putin’s war must go hand in hand with imagining a more just security order.

Rajan Menon Eugene Rumer

Selected by The New York Times as one of the best reads for context on the current conflict, our book on the unwinding of the post–Cold War order is now available for all to read.

Ileana Nachescu

The war is shaped by global neoliberalism, sexism, and racism—not just Cold War dynamics.

Simon Waxman

Putin’s war in Ukraine breaks the rules, but powerful states always do. Far from dying, a just global order remains to be built.

Samuel Clowes Huneke

In the 1970s, gay and lesbian West Germans sought to answer the question of what it meant to forge political solidarity from sexual identity.

David McDermott Hughes

In the most turbine-surrounded community in the world, poor residents understand that their loss—of land, jobs, and serenity—has nothing to do with the common good. Clean energy advocates should take notice.

Paul Hockenos

Pushing back against the throw-away economy, the EU is designing an industrial policy around garbage.

Martin O’Neill

Center-left parties should learn that small-bore solutions are a waste of time.

David Alff

The fight over the American Jobs Plan reflects a long history of competing visions of public works—and, most of all, who should benefit from rebuilding.