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In his book on his experiences as a reporter in Beirut, Thomas Friedman relates the complexity of a...

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The achievement of stability and high growth rates after the revolutionary era was nearly miraculous and contrasted with...

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It would seem to be patently obvious that in politics there’s no worse evil than fighting reality, but...

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The proposal seemed infallible: restore order and growth. After years of disorder, criminality and an economy that appeared...

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In her essay on the crisis in education published in 1954, Hannah Arendt criticizes the philosophy that positions...

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Politicians and interests, in addition to the so-called “red circle” (i.e. all those that comment on or act...

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Somewhat the style of the film “Casablanca”, the end of the Cold War seemed to be “the beginning...

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For his holiday reading in the summer of 1835, John Wilson Croker packed the lists of those condemned...

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It is easy to forget what the Berlin Wall was, its reality and significance, above all because in...

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The world has undergone one convulsion after another during these last years. With the fall of the Berlin...