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A wheeling book of aspirations and frustrations, London: A History in Verse offers us a literary treasury: a record of the city, a roll of its events.
The cause of Camus's native countrymen moved him, yet he yearned helplessly toward the European culture that had formed him.
When two scientists discover a book looted by the Nazis, they seek out the rightful heir and in the process explore the reparations process of early postwar days.
Karin Andert, Niko Kohls
Not long after the Galerie Nationale de Jeu de Paume opened its doors in May to the Palestinian
French elites’ are attempting to diffuse severe tensions around current third-world immigration.
Claude S. Fischer
In France, a Strange, Last-Ditch Campaign Against Marriage Equality
“Adolf is coming,” warned Liana Kanelli, Greek communist and Member of Parliament, during our July interview in her office in the parliament building in central Athens.
Srđan Dragojević’s The Parade
Toward a realistic world heritage list.
The Spanish Experiment with Direct Democracy
Gianpaolo Baiocchi, Ernesto Ganuza
Europeans might accept supranational democracy in theory, but cannot see it as part of their lives.
How Police Power Tames the Occupy Movement
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Annette Zimmermann, Elena Di Rosa, Hochan Kim
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