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1.  Süddeutsche Zeitung - Germany | 05/12/2012

Upping cooperation better than returning art

The bust of Queen Nefertiti was dug up in Egypt one hundred years ago today. For several decades now it has been on display in ... » more

2.  Süddeutsche Zeitung - Germany | 23/09/2011

Johann Schloeman on Greece as a transformation state

Thousands of people took to the streets in Athens on Thursday to protest the new austerity measures introduced by the Greek government. But the Greeks' ... » more

3.  Süddeutsche Zeitung - Germany | 18/01/2008

Johan Schloemann on the Pope's intolerant concept of truth

Johan Schloemann analyses the address which Pope Benedict XVI intended to give at La Sapienza University. In response to protests, the university had withdrawn its ... » more

4.  Süddeutsche Zeitung - Germany | 15/10/2007

Johan Schloemann on the restitution of works of art

Greece has repeatedly demanded that Great Britain return works of art. Johan Schloemann reflects on what would happen if all the looted works of art ... » more

5.  Süddeutsche Zeitung - Germany | 07/03/2007

Bavarian books for Google Book Search

Johan Schloemann comments on the announcement that the Bavarian State Library (BSB) will be the first German library to participate in the Google Book Search project. ... » more

6.  Süddeutsche Zeitung - Germany | 31/01/2007

The end of coal mining - but not the end of the Ruhr

"If the grand coalition in Berlin confirms the end of hard coal mining in Germany, it certainly won't be an economic disaster for the Ruhr," ... » more

7.  Süddeutsche Zeitung - Germany | 13/07/2006

The absurdity of the World Cultural Heritage

"812 sites are officially recognised as World Heritage Sites. Why so many ? Why so few ?" Johan Schloemann asks, and questions the logic behind ... » more

 

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