Austria’s millennial leader in waiting may surprise by embracing the far-right

By Yaël Ossowski  Last Saturday, in a muted and highly uncontested leadership election in Linz, Austria, 30-year-old Sebastian Kurz secured 98.7 percent of the vote to head the Austrian People’s Party (ÖVP) before October’s elections. Well-dressed and soft-spoken in a posh Viennese accent, the young Minister of Foreign Affairs and Integration unveiled his platform and […]

A Sole Flame Cast Against a Hall of Mirrors

By Yaël Ossowski | Devolution Review Being a sole flame cast against a hall of mirrors has always been an excitable affair. Customs and ordinary occurrences are strange and new. There’s a deep yearning for understanding the deeper meaning of each word, each syllable, and each dialect spoken from anyone’s mouth. Even if comprehension is […]

Just What the Doctor Ordered

Since the 18th century the city of Vienna has been on the cutting edge of medical innovation. What is the next frontier? By Yaël Ossowski | Metropole Magazine Vienna at the fin de siècle was the center of a massive empire that covered 20 percent of Europe. It stretched all the way from the Ukraine […]

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