Our best hope for proper civic engagement is state sovereignty. But many confuse it with a dangerous sense of nationalism.
Nationhood, and the way we perceive it, is potentially the most controversial topic of the 21st century.
Journalists aren't lying to anyone. But our industry needs to stop deceiving itself – or it'll go under.
It is only tolerable when we do not call it by name. We tame death without ever being able to master it.
“Some say” – A Latin introduction to a specific argument and how it came to shape our culture of debate.
A single house of worship for a common God? In the capital of atheism? Berlin proves that its ambitious projects extend well beyond new airports and hosting the Olympics.
Art cannot be defined, regulated, or homogenized. It is a testimony to the history that precedes it, the environment that molds it, and the events that inspire it.
From lobbyists to toasters: Why the EU is not as evil, opaque, or important as we think.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi seems to be on the right track. But more reforms are needed besides changing the infamous Articolo 18.
Berlusconi may still be able to tiptoe around his current legal problems, but this time his political career is finished. What comes next has the chance to rescue the Italian economy.
Four years after the uprisings that swept across the Arab world, we are left with consolidated dictatorship, outright civil war or failed states.