Tag: europe

Lisa De Bode: A Reporter’s Notebook from Molenbeek

March 2016

In the fight against extremism of all stripes, Europe has failed to transcend its capitalist roots and embrace diversity.

Be Like Water

December 2015

Boundaries of Nations: The Nonviolent State of Iraq and Syria. The Republic-in-Motion of Lovers Not Fighters. The Government-in-Exile of People Who Just Want to Go to School.

Gabriella Ekman: Does Europe Really Have a Refugee Crisis?

October 2015

Europe has the capacity to receive refugees, they just don't want to.

Robert Reich: The Practical Choice

May 2014

New data shows that Canada and Europe are pulling ahead of the United States in several ways

Chloe Pantazi: Detritus of Innocence

April 2013

"We Went Back: Photographs from Europe, 1933 - 1956": Chim at the International Center of Photography


September 2012

When did the Berlin Zoo stop displaying humans? 1931, I think, but I’m not sure.

Summer by the Ravine

September 2012

I wish there were simpler words for this—to reach a point zero or the limit, to write: "It was so hard without you."

TaxCast: Capital Flight in Africa and Europe, Usain Bolt’s Taxes, and Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson on Inequality

August 2012

Capital flight in Africa and now in Europe, Olympian Usain Bolt fails to champion his tax affairs, and Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson on tax and inequality.

Richard Falk: Political Europe Can Save Economic Europe

June 2012

Europe's economic woes seem endless, but there is a way forward.

Robert Reich: How Europe’s Double Dip Could Become America’s

April 2012

The danger here for the United States is clear, but there’s also a clear lesson.

Listen to the Banned

December 2010

Just in time for the holidays, a new CD compiles a who’s who of banned musicians from around the world.

Nazi Sheikhs

May 2010

The polemicist discusses Tariq Ramadan’s love of extremist sheikhs, Islamism’s ties to Hitler, and the intellectual confusion of liberal journalists.

Exile on Any Street

February 2010 Are American readers insular, as the secretary of the Swedish Academy famously quipped? If so, why has immigrant fiction taken such a pivotal role in American letters? Irina Reyn hashes it out with lauded Bosnian author Aleksandar Hemon.