Europe’s Days May Be Numbered

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The longer I live in Europe, the more similarities I see between this continent and my home country. Both are part of what is painted with the annoyingly malleable label ‘the West.’ They share a common set of assumptions, ideologies, and…

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Freelance writer on my eighth year outside of the US, currently in Prague reading, teaching, and writing on politics, economics, and travel … IG: @mitchellglenn

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Freelance writer on my eighth year outside of the US, currently in Prague reading, teaching, and writing on politics, economics, and travel … IG: @mitchellglenn

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