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European Parliament Elections Viewed from Central and Eastern Europe

Why it might be a good thing that national fragmentation has migrated to the European level

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A Ray of Hope

Romania’s Results in the EU Elections

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How Banning Abortion Will Transform America

The US will quickly become a different society -- one resembling communist-era Romania

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The Whole World Is Watching?

Thoughts on police violence in the streets of Bucharest and the streets of Portland, Charlottesville, Ferguson, and Chicago 1968

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EssaysFeatureIn DepthThe Left

Antifascism as Political Passion in the Life of Cristina Luca

Far-left politics and radical universalism (including its Stalinist variant) seduced countless intellectuals during the twentieth century. Yet, this absorbing subject still needs to be deciphered and recalled. In a similar vein, the topic of apostasy, that is to say, the awakening to what Immanuel Kant once called “dogmatic slumber,” …

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