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Are We Europe Magazine, Issue 14

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We think that in the middle of a media landscape that continues to be fractured by national borders (in an otherwise borderless Europe), there’s a niche for a beautifully illustrated magazine, filled with intricately woven sentences, taking on the European landscape as a whole. Politics, lifestyle, deeply reported places that pick apart a certain place or problem, unapologetic social critique, and analysis of where the hell this is all going.

In this issue:

While newsfeeds are saturated with numbers and facts about the war, we focus on the people, identities and cultures in Ukraine and its neighbouring countries.

Featured stories

  • Diary of war—Experience the first month of the Russian invasion through the eyes of 5 young people in Ukraine, from Odesa to Mariupol, Zaporizhzhia to Kharkiv, the Romanian border to Berlin.
  • When borders act as mirrors—History lessons from the Turkish-Syrian border teach us that solidarity based on similarity is not enough.
  • The song for shared Ukrainian-Polish identities—Even before the Russian invasion, millions of Ukrainians migrated to Poland. Has history created foundations that can be built upon now?

Photoseries and visual essays

  • Niewybuch—Contrasting youth and violence at Polish military summer camps
  • Transnistria conglomerate—A peek into daily life in contested territory
  • Sunday wishes—Ukrainian economic migrants in Slovakia
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