The Real Meaning Behind Russia’s Eurovision Controversy
The annual Eurovision contest often serves as a stage on which political tensions play out.
If Inequality Is the Question, Is Social Democracy the Answer?
How do social democratic ideas work in other countries? And would those same policies reduce the wealth gap in the U.S.?
How Should Europe Welcome Refugees?
A comparison of the different ways European countries welcome refugees suggest that a combination of methods works best.
The Divisive Euro
In 1997, an economist looked at divided opinions about the Euro years before the currency was introduced.
Europe’s Displaced Persons After World War II
For the survivors who passed through displaced persons camps in Germany alone, their time in the camps was a chance to reestablish their identities as Jews.
Central European History
Central European History is published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the Conference Group for Central European History of the American Historical Association.
Could Day Fines Improve the U.S. Justice System?
Are day fines a possible solution for the U.S. criminal justice system?
Kaliningrad for Beginners
An introduction to the Kaliningrad Oblast, surrounded by Poland, Lithuania and the Baltic Sea.
The Stigma of Prefab Homes
The Wall Street Journal reports that million-dollar prefab homes are a growing trend in Europe