February 2004: Online Issue I

Why nobody loves me

Romantic dreams vs real politics.
After years of being captured in the Soviet bloc Poland starts to make their first steps in International Politics. But their steps leave rather deep imprints: YES to the war in Iraq, NO to the European Constitution. Do not shake your head,
Krzysztof Cibor
explains it all…
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Liberty in plastic bags

About a daytrip to London…
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To work or not to work…

Plotki’s first showdown in Croatia: it was planned to happen on a Sunday, in a book shop in Zagreb. But than …. a new law was passed that prohibits work on this holy weekday. No work, no bookshop, no Plotki. Jaka Primorac about the New Sundays in Croatia… Read more

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Snow Plough Driver

Wherever I have been the beautiful previously untouched snow cover is destroyed. I destruct the white paths; I make it impossible for daddies to pull their happy fully wrapped child on a sled. Snow is something to be put away…. A Plotkisty Report by Felix Wolf about snowy night shifts in Berlin.
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German Beauty

ziel sollte aber immer sein, dass die nachbarn immer das genaue gegenteil glauben und nie etwas merken. das ist ganz schön schwierig in deutschland. aber eine schöne aufgabe…
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China in Paris

For the first time, the traditional celebration of the Chinese New Year took place on the Champs Elysees, Paris’ most prestigious avenue. A collage by our Paris girls Jagna Jankowska and Carmen von Kende.
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