By Nick Psomas In May 2003, philosophers and public intellectuals Jürgen Habermas and Jacques Derrida published an article in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung regarding mass demonstrations across Europe against the Iraq war. The lack of transparency by European officials in their handling of the war and their compliance to AmericanContinue Reading

By Mara Ciu Oh, Romania! Dracula and vampires and werewolves, right? And gy—No, actually never mind, that’s all I know about your country. Gypsies, you mean? Yes, they come from Romania, right? And this is when I would try to laugh misinformation off because one cannot afford to dwell onContinue Reading

By Alon Kuster With the rise of Eurosceptic parties, one may ignore the deficiencies in the European Union (EU) that prevent it from countering this rise. I believe that, in order to improve the EU, one must analyse these structural deficiencies. I recently read a book by former Greek FinanceContinue Reading