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N. 6 – Autumn 1989

Moving Targets
A conversation with Michael Heseltine
Editor’s Note
America the Cautious The Minimal State
From détente to entente New Germany! Old Germany?
Fuel to the fire
Jean-Luc Domenach
Ewa Kulesza
Alexander Smolar
Journal à plusieurs voix
William Safran
Marie-France Toinet
Background File
Keith Hayward
Continental Newsstand
The Misunderstanding of 1968 (The last interview with Rudi Dutschke)from L’Autre Europe
Bursting through the Seamsfrom Die Zeit
Frankly Speakingfrom El Pais
Utopia Overturnedfrom La Stampa

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