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Merkel’s victory: Closer to American election style than European

Angela Merkel photo by World Economic Forum on Flickr German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s victory last night is the big news in Europe today. Reading through the day-after coverage though, how the election played out strikes me as being the exact … Continue reading

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When Americans admire Europe’s history, why don’t they know their own?

I arrived in Vienna last week for another journalism fellowship (thank you, ICFJ!) — this one will have me at the Wiener Zeitung (literally the Vienna Newspaper) until the end of October. They asked me to blog about the city, … Continue reading

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