Articles tagged with europe

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.

John R. Bowen

Food is becoming a target for anti-Islam politics.

Mikhal Dekel

Not all research is at stake, however, only work that reveals the role of ethnic Poles in the persecution of Poland’s Jews.

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Stephen Milder

The Greens are on track to become Germany’s second strongest party. For many, this is proof that abandoning radicalism was the right choice, but a new novel offers valuable insights into why it should be recovered.

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Elizabeth Shakman Hurd Nadia Marzouki

A proposed French bill says so. But, strictly speaking, there can be no such thing as blasphemy within the terms of secular public order.

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Ariella Aïsha Azoulay

A recent report neglects to mention how France forced Arab Jews to adopt the European persona of Jew as citizen and see Arabs and Muslims as others.

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Quinn Slobodian William Callison

Defying conventional political labels and capitalizing on widespread distrust, a range of new movements share the conviction that all power is conspiracy.