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CONTENTS

European Challenges: Summer School in Cortona

Remembering Bronislaw Geremek

Debates, Lectures and Events

  • Identity, Globalisation and Putin’s Russia: Monthly Lectures
  • State, Occident and Environmental Politics: Lecture Series
  • Das dunkle Wissen: Ein Workshop über Jan Patockas Auffassung des Krieges und ein Essay von Sandra Lehmann

From the Fellows

  • For Business, for Pleasure or for Necessity? Tim Haughton about the Czech Republic’s Choices for Europe

Fellows and Guests

Travels and Talks

Varia

Publications

Guest Contributions

  • Jennifer Hochschild: Being Part of a Valued Whole. On Promoting Solidarity and Avoiding Isolation
  • Peter L. Berger: Two Kingdoms – One Principle. On the Relation of Christianity and Democracy

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