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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?
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.
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.
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?
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?