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Editor's Note

Building through the Crisis

August 8th, 2010

Euro and Helmut Kohl’s Legacy

A very prestigious British newspaper has recently praised former Chancellor Helmut Kohl’s “capacity to think further ahead than any of his rivals” (Merkel’s nail-biter, in Financial Times, June 28, 2010). Very appropriately in a moment when, faced with the crisis brought on by the near bankruptcy of Greece, many []

Veterans Welcome: Re-founders Preferred

May 13th, 2010

A life long engagement to a political project is rare, and can be deemed illusory. The passing of time is implacable, and it condemns into the category of utopias all designs that – for whatever reason – have not come true in the time span that could be considered foreseeable when they were formulated. And, []

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