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Yugoslavia produced a thrilling variety of buildings—frequently departing from the prefabricated monotony of the Eastern Bloc.
But it is increasingly difficult to question Israel’s policies without accusations of anti-Semitism.
David R. K. Adler
The pontiff still hasn't commented on Ireland's abortion referendum. That could all change when he visits the country in August.
The focus on Muslim anti-Semitism obscures the real quandary of multiculturalism in Angela Merkel’s Germany.
To understand why Europe seems more balkanized now than ever, we must look to Eastern Europe's failed reconstruction.
Yanis Varoufakis's lessons for reasserting European social democracy.
J. W. Mason
Reckoning with Germany’s dangerous legacy.
Could Germany's left-wing parties unseat Angela Merkel in Sunday's election? Only if they bury the hatchet.
The very forces that sustain populist politics could eventually undermine populism.
Can Angela Merkel circumvent Trump to build a multipolar alliance on climate change?
Were Labour's gains in the recent British election overblown, or is there real cause for hope?
It has not been an easy path from Blairite centrism to radical socialist hope.
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