S. Fischer Verlage in Germany
Galaxia Gutenberg in Spain
Editions du Seuil in France
Laterza Editori in Italy
The European Institute of the London School of Economics (LSE)
Le centre d'études européennes of Sciences Po in Paris
The Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB) in Berlin
The aim of this magazine is to create a place for European citizens to analyse the issues most relevant to their futures and openly debate them with the most authoritative voices in each field. Issues which have been central to the recent European elections: from immigration to welfare, from education to party systems and the relation between market and state. Together with the issue of the month, the magazine publishes a visual portfolio by eminent photographers. There are also historical reflections and essays on the culture and distinctive identity of Europe.
The magazine, which is available for free, addresses a cultivated and motivated public yet not a specialised one: people who read books regularly, buy national dailies, make frequent use of the Internet and, in general, have a high level of cultural consumption.
The contributing writers are people of competence in the various fields discussed. Scholars and researchers, capable of writing both accessible and entertaining prose for the wider public. These includes journalists and public figures- authors from the different publishing houses involved in the magazine and many more.
ARTICLES AND LANGUAGE
Each article is available in English and, when possible, in the original language. Topics are of general interest for Europeans and range from current debates to historical analysis and comparative essays on past and present issues in European countries. Current facts, whether on an international or national level, can be a springboard for writing within a more general theme and making suggestions for a new European policy. The contributions published in the magazine may also be in the form of an original interview or extracts from forthcoming books. The magazine also features photography and a ‘key figures’ section.
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