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The Topography of Post-war Blues

The Topography of Post-war Blues

It has been snowing in Vienna and the temperature is probably ten below zero. There is a place on Prinz-Eugen-Straße – a guitar pick’s throw south of Schwarzenbergplatz – where the bass, electric guitar, harmonica, and the scratchy, deep voice of a blues singer can warm up the air inside and out: This is the […]

Making ‘Fatal Promises’

Working in New York four years ago, filmmaker Katharina Rohrer read an article on human trafficking in The New York Times. The extent of it…

Eyes On The Wall, Exhibit

A wall is never just a wall. It is a spatial division between one room, one house, one country, and a people. The photojournalists covering…

Healing by Film

The Sarajevo Film Festival (SFF) does more than screen premieres and import Hollywood’s glamour to one of the poorest cities in the Balkans. It is…

Turkey’s Own Ways

Turkey’s Own Ways

After a successful trip to Europe, the glitter surrounding Obama’s first official trip to the continent dwindled down in the East, when the president of…

International Criminal Court’s Sudanese Jam

International Criminal Court’s Sudanese Jam

When the International Criminal Court (ICC) was established in 2002, critics said it would not achieve much. But…

Of Face Lifts And Phobias

Europe is like an old lady who has had too much surgery. Her wrinkles and wounds have been…

No Exit From Gaza

For 22 days, rockets and mortars pounded Gaza in the military siege that began Dec. 27. It has…

Winds of Change?

Obama, McCain, Obama, McCain. Headlines all around the world talk about the United States presidential and legislative elections…

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