Issue #65

issue 65

For those led by dreary weather to dream of foreign lands, Richard Palomar Vidal explores different European street fairs and their social charm, while Iris Williatte takes us on a tour through the underrated French city of Lyon. For those inclined to deeper dives into current issues, Sindre Langmoen outlines how the West are using illiberal means to secure continued autocratic rule in Bosnia and Herzegovina, while Antonia Frank explains why the popular Nordic model of regulating sex work is failing migrant sex workers.

Feature photo by Tino Lehmann

Western-Imposed Illiberalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina

E&M Author and editor Sindre Langmoen explains recent events in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and ...

What traditional street fests mean for European youth

What better way to experience a city than by taking part in one of ...

Lyon: From a Gallic Capital to an International Hub

“Paris is not France, and France is not Paris” is something you often hear ...