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  • What Would an Annan Plan for Ukraine Look Like?

    Lessons for Ukraine, Russia, and the West from the divided island of Cyprus

  • Ukraine: The First Postcolonial Revolution

    With the revolution of 2014, the postmodernism in Ukraine ended. We still do not know how to conceptualize this new reality.

  • Divining Putin’s Intentions: Why We Must Lose “Strategic Patience!”

  • New Luddite Fears Are Misplaced: If New Technology Really Cut Jobs, We’d All Be out of Work by Now

  • History on Trial

    An interview with Lev Gudkov by Filip Memches Today’s Russia is implementing the idea of “happy forgetting” about the past. The point is not to traumatize the young generation with unpleasant…

  • Neither Bad, nor Very Good. Just Average.

  • The Republic of Idiots

    Only an idiot would work for 6000 złoty. – Elżbieta Bieńkowska, former Minister of Infrastructure and Development of the Republic of Poland, currently European Commissioner for Internal Market and…

  • Moscow to Bologna: The (Re-)Sovietization of European Higher Education

  • Knowledge Belongs to the Past

    An interview with Marcel Gauchet by Maciej Nowicki Humanism was based on the assumption that you need to know things in order to exist as a human being. Today an individual exists regardless of any…

  • The Dangers of Processed Education

    Both the so-called progressives and the conservative educators regard education instrumentally. That is why they regard the knowledge content of education as far less significant than the teaching of…

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