Benjamin Cunningham interviews Carlos Zanón about his Carvalho revival.
A rock star of the 1968 student protests in Paris sees a similar movement emerging, 50 years later.
A flawed but spirited attempt to develop a grand theory of the 21st-century autocratic revival.
A book proposing a universal basic income makes some compelling arguments, but falls short of closing the deal, says our reviewer.
Benjamin Cunningham reviews Jan-Werner Müller’s “What Is Populism?”
Benjamin Cunningham unearths the story of “The Absolute Gravedigger” by Czech Surrealist poet Vítězslav Nezval.
A conversation with Danis Tanović about film, war, his hometown, and Eastern Europe’s favorite politician: Bernie Sanders.
The polarized nature of the migration debate does little to advance our understanding of the issue, which is why Tara Zahra’s new book is so timely.
Bohumil Hrabal's short stories capture his shift toward total realism, and the moments of beauty against the stark contrast of the communist regime.