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Hi,

both for language / style training reasons and for personal enjoyment, I'd like to get more involved in one or two online forums discussing anything from current events to everyday, economic or cultural issues. The debate sections in online newspapers are interesting, but oftentimes it seems to be more of a who's-right fight than trying to neutrally discuss aspects (and, naturally, the debates are rather short). I like challenging debates but without exaggerated emotion or accusations. My working languages are German, English, French and Italian, so it's primarily for forums in these that I'm looking for, although I have a passive understanding of Spanish as well. Any tips? :-)

Thanks!

asked 12 Apr, 11:07

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