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Out Now: September/October 2019 Issue – Free to Download on your Tablet and Smartphone
+++ 30 years after the Iron Curtain fell, the myth of the West is waning, warn Jaroslaw Kuisz and Karolina Wigura; former Czech foreign minister Karel Schwarzenberg pleads for “more honesty” in relations between Western and Eastern Europe; Milan Nic points to six big questions facing EU members in Central and Eastern Europe; Christian Schubert profiles Christine Lagarde, future head of the European Central Bank; Noah Gordon, in his Carbon Critical column, looks into the German meat tax debate; Marina Watson Peláez explains the meaning of “geringonça“; Alex Massie describes the “Johnson maneuver”; Which German question is back?, asks Hans Kundnani in our Red Herring & Black Swan column; and much more +++