IWMpost 106

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Contents

News

  • Democracy in the Age of Populism—by Ivan Krastev

Quing-Project

  • Are We All Equal?—by Mieke Verloo
  • Mind the Gap!–von Lisa Wewerka
  • From Insiders to Outsiders—by Andrea Krizsán

Lectures and Discussions

  • Russian Politics, Green Capitalism, Hungary’s Far-Right—Monthly Lectures
  • Russia 2012—Panel Discussion
  • Crisis of Culture, Embattled Euro— Debating Europe at the Burgtheater

Essays on Gender

  • The Construction of Gender—by Peter Hanns Reill
  • The Gender Police—by Maren Behrensen

Essays on Russia

  • Change Nobody Believes in—by Nina L. Khrushcheva
  • Russia’s Tom Sawyer Strategy—by Daniel Treisman
  • Hitler vs. Stalin: Who Was Worse?—by Timothy Snyder

From the fellows

  • Banking with Allah—by Sarah Tobin

Fellows and Guests, Varia

Publications

Guest Contributions

  • Gagging the Messenger—by Miklós Haraszti
  • The Story Behind the Story—by Thomas Schmid

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