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Autor James Allen, UK

Editorial - Europe and the World

Autor :  e-politik.de Gastautor
E-mail: redaktion@e-politik.de
Artikel vom: 28.08.2000

Greetings motley readers.


I wanted to encourage people to think outside of their Euro-centric worlds and take a moment to consider the great unknown of the world that is not Europe. Alas, a number of willing writers decided to un-volunteer themselves of this all-too-onerous task, so the opening chapter is shorter than I'd hoped but it's worth sinking your teeth into. Luca opens with a vituperative indictment of the exclusivity of European-ness, which leads into an eye-opening account of his experience of working in Bolivia. Then the self-sacrificing Tino proposes a rethink on how young Europeans should be spending their military service, before Nat considers how European, and the states which govern them, relate to their past and have a sense of duty in the present. I slip in a brief word or two questioning how far development aid from Europe should extend. And finally, Tiago talks of a similar sense of the duty that Europeans have to the rest of the world and encourages us to open our eyes to all the things that we take for granted.

There has been a fleeting revolution in the Counterpoint section and people's views have been forced to secede to a survey of Europeans, and a few of `the others'

And finally fall free for the Freefall. From the kitchen to the bedroom (Marta), via poetry in motion (Matthew), a reflection on the messages that we take in and how we live our lives (Lilly), and Yugoslavia leading the non-aligned during those halcyon days of the Cold War (Irham). Its all there, so read away and enjoy.



Autor: James Allen, UK




Living Bridges im Netz
Counterpoint auf den Seiten von Living Bridges
Freefall auf den Seiten von Living Bridges


Living Bridges Organization, http://www.livingbridges.net 
Crossroads issue number 8, “Europe and the world”

Editors:
Crossroads #8 Editor: James Allen, jimbo@livingbridges.net
Chief Editor: Christine Sintermann, tine@livingbridges.net

Living Bridges (LB) is an inter-european youth organization aimed at discussing national, regional, and common European “hot“ and “not so hot” economic, social, political and cultural topics. Our goal is to envision the Europe we want to live in tomorrow.

Crossroads is a quarterly European magazine produced by Living Bridges in which members express their views on common themes, present different European cities, introduce you to their countries, discuss the Living Bridges organisation and lots more.
It is the editor who chooses the theme of his/her issue, and who is also very free in “conceptualising” his/her issue: thus each Crossroads looks very different from the others - which reflects the diversity of Living Bridges. If you want to be the editor of a future Crossroads issue, you should propose a theme to our chief editor, who will get back to you with the necessary information and assistance. 

A number of LBs have already written for Crossroads. Others have not. Whichever side you have been on so far: dont be scared, this is not an academic paper where only heavily researched articles are to be published. In fact, if you want to send in a 5 line note about a little detail that connects with the topic, that is just as fine as if you wrote an entire article. The richness of Crossroads highly depends on the different contributions from different people and different backgrounds.



   


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