It's not just the last century - Europe has a long history of getting into problems. Thus, it is not surprising we have a rich tradition of expressions that warn us to get out 'before the shit hits the fan' as the English would say. The Hungarians have also understood that trouble is bad news
On October 27 2005, riots shook the French faith in their model of social integration after the death of two youths in the banlieues. Does the new museum of indigenous arts at Quai Branly reflect a new approach to their post-colonial present?
For centuries, stories of changelings have circulated in Europe. What could explain the similarity of these tales of human babies being snatched, and being replaced by changelings – elven babies with unquenchable appetites?