Published in: oDR: AnalysisPutin’s ‘history’ of Ukraine has an all-too Soviet legacy
As Ukraine fights to protect its independence, the Russian president uses familiar rhetoric to deny Ukrainians the...
Published in: Home: OpinionVáclav Havel and the meaning of socialism
Ten years on from his death, the Czech dissident and former leader may be a hero to the Right, but his ideas were...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Chronicles of culturological quackery
The concept of culture as a 'driver of societies' that has become the lucky charm of nationalists, has its origins...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Turning fear into opportunity: a chance for smaller states
Smaller states can make the best of a scary global situation by seeking deeper friendships.
Published in: Rethinking PopulismThe “genocide on mothers”: moral panic underpinning anti-gender campaigns in Czechia
Has the new femonationalism solved the riddle of how to be a strong woman while supporting a fundamentally...