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Journal of art and literature publishing texts in German and their original langauge Dutch literary magazine Dutch weekly Free bi-monthly online review of books Danish literary journal German ecumenical journal for international cooperation Austrian journal on all aspects of the city; Eurozine partner German philosophy journal Slovene journal published in Maribor; Eurozine partner Romanian journal was established 2009 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and represents the best writing from the Balkan area and poets and writers of the World Swedish journal for psychoanalysis and culture Bosnian cultural journal published in Tuzla; Eurozine partner Swiss magazine on cultural topics; Eurozine partner Web-based contemporary art magazine published in English and Romanian Scotland's leading journal of ideas; Eurozine partner German journal for new literature A Spanish-speaking cultural e-zine based in London addressed to the Spanish-speaking community living in the UK.
Spanish electronic magazine French cultural and political journal founded in 1932; Eurozine partner Journal published by the Estonian institute, many translations Romanian literary and arts magazine; Eurozine partner Hungarian multilingual journal Bulgarian journal Online journal of European art based in Istanbul, Turkey Daily review of the European press in English, French, German, Polish and Spanish.
It gives an overview of what different national print media have to say about specific topics.
Artistas Unidos Revista focuses on the main activities of Artistas Unidos as a theatre company -- contemporary drama. International journal published in several languages with the goal of disseminating censored literary works; an initiative by the International Parliament of Writers Swedish magazine for the liberal arts and social sciences: quality of thought, quality of writing, with many articles available in English E-zine linking actors, events and cultural production in the Mediterranean project to support the dialogue between western Europe and the Balkans News, ideas, opinion and analyses by Balkan journalists Lithuanian journal of the humanities and social sciences Danish journal for "multinational literature" Feminist, Swedish journal Croatian magazine for theory, art, literature and criticism Yugoslavian multicultural magazine of the Belgrade Circle NGO; Eurozine partner An e-zine on performing arts Irish e-publication Hungarian political and cultural monthly Serbian international book review in print and online Macedonian e-magazine dealing with literature and arts, bimonthly Monthly published in Bonn, Germany Austrian journal looking at one contemporary theme each issue from multiple perspectives A quarterly journal of writing from and about Finland Published bimonthly by the Bosnian Institute in London English edition of BUKSZ Hungarian literary review European youth webpaper dealing with issues concerning the EU Italian online publication dedicated to European issues, both politics and culture A Tbilisi-based weekly online magazine on the South Caucasus Cerise Press is an online culture and arts journal based in the United States and France Scottish literary magazine French journal founded 1987 by Gilles Deleuze and Flix Guattari Ireland's leading magazine for the visual arts, quarterly Spanish journal on ideas, books and culture edited by Javier Pradera and Fernando Savater Journal for comparative literature and culture Turkish philosophical journal interested in all aspects of the life of the mind; Eurozine partner Bulgarian journal for the humanities; Eurozine partner French and international magazine and press review for professionals in the cultural sector.
Each quarterly online issue is devoted to a special theme and includes texts and art contributions.
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Whatever happens on 8 November, one thing is certain: the large bloc of disaffected voters represented by Donald Trump will not go away.
His popularity reveals the fragility and entrenchment of the American democratic system, writes George Blecher.