This week, the distances travelled in search of love and safety. The Finnish novelist and playwright Saara Turunen has written beautifully about what it's like to navigate a relationship between Helsinki and Barcelona. We chat to her about European culture clashes and what feminism looks like in the two countries she lives between. Plus, Europe's failed refugee policy, magical taps, and ill-chosen words by a billionaire populist (no, not that one).
Saara's piece appears in Europa28, a collection of writing by European women which comes out on March 12.
Read the New York Times investigation on how oligarchs milk EU farming subsidies here.
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