France Against Itself
Talking to ordinary people in the South of France before the presidential election, I often felt like I was listening to a French version of the Brexit and Trump campaigns, with many of the same fears about foreigners and globalization eroding the livelihoods of citizens.
April 24, 2017
Balkan Poison, Revisited
As human rights groups prepare for cases which might be brought when the war in Syria ends, the last few weeks have brought some stark results from the Balkan wars of the 1990s. As it happens, the recent verdicts in The Hague have coincided with a series of stunning new films about the wars made in the region.
April 6, 2016
Ukraine’s Stalled Rebellion
As Ukrainians go to the polls to elect a new president, the rebels in the east, who a few weeks ago were triumphantly wrenching their region away from Kiev, now seem to have stalled; but without much sign that the post-revolutionary government is recapturing its lost authority.
May 23, 2014
Subscribe and save 50%!
Read the latest issue as soon as it’s available, and browse our rich archives. You'll have immediate subscriber-only access to over 1,200 issues and 25,000 articles published since 1963. And with our holiday offer you will also receive a free David Levine 2023 Calendar.Subscribe now