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Booze is a symptom: Standard Time talk show S1E14
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At a time when online publishing was deeply contested, a group of people came together and took a leap of faith. Following a series of conferences, the #Eurozine network was established in 1998. Today, with over 100 partner journals across #Europe...
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The Schuman Files: Blaming Brussels for All of Europe's Woes?
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Financing journalism: Standard Time talk show S1E9
Why we need to pay for content now, even though it’s more available than ever before? It almost seems like we are re-learning the well-rehearsed old practice of the 20th century. Before the major boom of the internet, people used to pay for th...
"Go in this place, you will find your cousin": Border Graves Investigation
Payman Sediqi prays at the grave of his cousin, Sehid Semiullah Feridullaha Arat. Sehid drowned in the Sava River between Bosnia and Croatia after Croatian officers shot at and punctured his boat. Locating his cousin first in a Christian cemete...
Metropolis - Spain dealing with drought
Report by Stef and Camilo, Metropolis correspondents in Spain, edit by Jet van Fessem Andalusia, in the south of Spain, is one of the warmest areas of Europe. Last summer there was a big drought. Temperatures rose above 46 degrees Celsius and t...
Can we decommercialize housing?
European cities are a hotbed of real estate speculation and affordable housing is growing out of reach. Millennials and younger will not only not own homes, but are losing their grip on renting. Guests: Elke Rauth is the editor of the urbanis...
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