"The Light that Failed: A Reckoning" by IWM fellow Ivan Krastev and NYU professor Stephen Holmes explains what went wrong with Western liberalism.
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Since the “kilometer 0 of democracy” in 1990, Romanians in Vienna, as elsewhere, followed the political changes at home, holding out hope for the democratic movement.
Lies about COVID-19, unprovoked police violence and suspected fraud in the presidential election have brought 200,000 to the streets of Minsk demanding a new election. A Belarusian student at the Uni Wien stays involved from abroad.
Like other “black swan” events in the past, COVID-19 has challenged our democracies and changed the way we live.
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Art & Politics at the Angewandte Austrian art and politics have always been entangled in an interdependent, uneasy relationship – often the more u...
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Austrian politics is late to the digital revolution. Past electoral campaigns have typically focused on billboards and traditional media. But in the 2...
The Bundesheer is the nation’s stepchild, unloved and underfed. But it is a respected international player and may have found its new role.Today...