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Opinion

On Saturday, July 1st, 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.

Vienna has traded their skyline to improve the Wiener Eislaufverein and other public spaces in the area. But at what cost?

Summer in the mountains is a world apart: Here, the air is thick with smells of moist earth, acacia and wild honeysuckle. On a cloudless day, the light is clear and shimmering, the night sky a cascade of stars.

History is often remembered in an iconic photograph, and so it was when the Foreign Ministers of Austria, Alois Mock, and Hungary, Guyla Horn, met on June 27, 1989 on the border near Sopron, and with giant lopping shears, cut …

With visitor numbers at an all time high, the Vienna Tourist Board rethinks the City’s image.

When Sebastian Kurz was asked to be State Secretary for Integration in 2011, he was 24 years old.

The politics of women’s clothing in advertising

For voters battered by globalization, pro-Europeans must deliver growth – and jobs

The dangerous dance with Kern, Kurz and Strache

An unelected Prime Minister seeks a public mandate for leadership and her Brexit strategy.

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