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When money is scarce, who cares about art? Well, maybe more people than you thought. E&M talked to five European artists to learn how they face such difficult times, and asked them what role art can play in a crisis.
"Stop the lies!" Russians are finally protesting against falsified election results. What has changed? And should they see Europe's democracies as a model?
Have you ever thought of joining an international student group? You could find much more than new friends... Read the love story of Isa and Lars.
Lost in translation: the weird and wonderful idioms from all over Europe which ought to be part of the English language. This time: do you have a fat brioche?
Found in the treasure chests of the English language: useful words, strange phrases, Shakespearean quips... This time: freedom kissing, anyone?
When the first locomotive puffed along a set of British rails, Europe changed forever. As trains carried passengers from London to Constantinople, a new European identity was born.
The novelist Henry James became a European by choice, finally settling in England. His hometown in America was "as lively as the inner sepulchre." What did Europe mean to him?