The ongoing Moldova’s movement is a response to urgent domestic social problems that have been inappropriately cast in the available language of geopolitics.
In the past few years, Athens became a place where refugees seeking a better future in Europe got stuck. Przemysław Witkowski gives a detailed insight in their world of despair, chaos, and misery.
It seems to be out of discussion that the new monetary exchange relations brought their own forms of discipline and subordination, to which the economic discourse is entirely blind.
Tracing the journey of refugees as they land on the Greek island of Lesvos. Thomas Orchowski reports.
Probably for the first time since the end of World War II, it is not only rebellious youth, hasty social critics, and war correspondents in the eastern and southeastern reaches of the continent who speak of the return of fascism.