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  • February 25, 1999

    The Real Eurobattle

    The move to a common currency masks a struggle over the social shape of Europe.

    Daniel Singer

  • February 24, 1999

    Liberté, Égalité, Racisme?

    Scapegoating immigrants may be a transatlantic and pan-European phenomenon, but need Paris pander to those who want the tricolor to be monochrome?

    Daniel Singer

  • February 24, 1999

    Italy’s Olive Tree

    Who would have guessed a few years ago that Italy's Communists, converted or otherwise, would win control of their country's government with the blessing of the U.S.

    Daniel Singer

  • February 24, 1999

    The Burden of Boris

    Russia's June 16 ballot is not simply the rematch of communism vs. capitalism.

    Daniel Singer

  • February 24, 1999

    The Prophet Vulgarized

    Trotsky is both the hero of the Russian Revolution--the mastermind of October, the founder of the Red Army--and also its Job, hounded across a "planet without a visa," his family exterminated, hi

    Daniel Singer

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  • February 24, 1999

    Mitterrand’s Legacy

    François Mitterrand badly wanted to leave a mark, an imprint.

    Daniel Singer

  • February 24, 1999

    Hope in a Cold Climate

    "It's not a revolt, Sire, or a revolution; it's the beginning of the end of the reign of big business, of capital, over the minds of the people," a courtier might have told Jacques Chirac if, lik

    Daniel Singer

  • February 11, 1999

    Haitian Lament: Killing Me Softly

    Haitians call secondhand clothes pèpè, pronounced "peh-peh." In an earlier time these were called Twoomann and Kenedi because it was under those US Presidents

    Dan Coughlin

  • January 28, 1999

    France’s Rival Führers

    For once the news from France's racist front is optimistic. At least the worst will not happen.

    Daniel Singer

  • January 21, 1999

    Colombia’s Best Chance

    Research support provided by the Investigative Fund of The Nation Institute.

    Ana Carrigan