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TROUVAILLES

Von Ignaz Staub, 27.10.2014

Berichte in angelsächsischen Medien, ausgewählt von Ignaz Staub

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“The New York Times Magazine”: “Old Masters at the Top of Their Game” by Lewis H. Lapham

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Can Video Games Fend Off Mental Decline?” by Clive Thompson

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What if Age Is Nothing but a Mind Set?” by Bruce Grierson

“The New York Review of Books”: “In the Syria we don’t know”
by Charles Glass

“The New York Review of Books”: “Wake up, Europe” by George Soros

“The New York Review of Books”: “Afghanistan: ‘A shocking indictment” by Rory Stewart

“The New Yorker”: “The Ebola Wars” by Richard Preston

“The New York Times”: “A Cure for Hyper-Parenting” by Pamela Druckerman

“The New York Times”: “The Horror Before the Beheadings”
by Rukmini Callimachi

“The Washington Post”: “In his own words: Ben Bradlee on liars”

“The Washington Post”: “Tunisia’s democratic path” by Rachid Ghannoucci

“The Atlantic”: “The Adultery Arms Race” by Michelle Cottle

“The Guardian”: “The age of loneliness is killing us” by George Monbiot

“The Observer”: “Ebola. The race find a vaccine” by Mark Honigsbaum

“The Observer”: “How ISIS controls its territory” by Hassan Hassan

“FT Magazine”: “Political apathy, who cares?” by Gillian Tett

“Vanity Fair”: “Did Israel avert a Hamas massacre?” by Adam Ciralsky

“London Review of Books”: “Diary: Ebola” by Paul Farmer

“London Review of Books”: “Congo: Ca va un peu” by Adam Shatz

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“The New York Times”: “The Secret Casualties of Iraq’s Abandoned Weapons” by C.J. Chivers

“The New York Times” (Room for Debate”: “Should Nations Recognize a Palestinian State?”

“The New York Times”: “Mexico’s Deadly Narco-Politics” by Joan Grillo

“The New York Times”:  “End the U.S. Embargo on Cuba” (Editorial)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Why Are Americans So Fascinated With Extreme Fitness?” by Heather Havrilesky

“The New Yorker” (Profiles): “Laura Poitras: The Filmmaker Edward Snowden Trusted” by Georg Packer

“The New Yorker”: “How to Take Your Pet Everywhere” by Patricia Marx

“The New Yorker”: “Central African Republic: The Priest and the Killers” by Jon Lee Anderson

“The Guardian”: “World war one in Google Street View” by Halley Docherty

“The Guardian” (interview): “Boris Johnson: Next PM?”

“The Observer”: “Happy 20th anniversary to Dave Winer – inventor of the blog” by Jon Naughton

“FT Magazine”: “Jihad by Social Media” by Sam Jones

“The Atlantic”; “Why Kids Sext” by Hanna Rosin

“The Atlantic”: “Dudes with Drones” by David Rose

“Rolling Stone”: “In Defense of Obama” by Paul Krugman

“The New York Review of Books”: “Is there an answer for Syria?”
by Jessica Matthews

“The New York Review of Books”: “Israel & the U.S.: the delusions of our diplomacy” by Nathan Thrall

“The Brookings Essay”: “The Bad News about the news” by Robert G. Kaiser
 

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„London Review of Books“: „Liberal Zionism: Feeling Good about Feeling Bad” by Nathan Thrall

“London Review of Books”: “In Farageland” by James Meek

“The New York Review of Books”: “What Scientists Really Do”
by Priyamvada Natarajan

“The New York Review of Books”: “China Strikes Back” by Orville Schell

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Financial Crisis: Why Weren’t Alarm Bells Ringing?” by Paul Krugman

“Rolling Stone”: “The Nation’s Shame: The Injustice of Mandatory Minimums” by Andrea Jones

“The New York Times”: “Life, Death and Grim Routine Fill the Days at a Liberian Ebola Clinic” by Sheri Fink

“The New York Times”: “Three Short Films about Peace” by Errol Morris

“The New York Times” (Room for Debate): “Do Muslims Need to Defend Their Faith Against Extremists?”

“The New York Times” (Journeys): “New Zealand, Naturally”

“The New Yorker”: “Can Computers Replace Capitalism?” by Evgeny Morozov

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Immigration: America’s underground network of Chinese kitchen workers” by Lauren Hilgers

“The Financial Times”: “War-talk in the 21st century” by Sam Leith

“The Financial Times” (Essay): “’The Innovators’ by Walter Isaacson” by Richard Waters

“FT Magazine”: “Ten Days That Shook Hongkong” by David Pilling

“The Guardian”: “In defense of family history” by Alison Light

“The Independent”: “The power of political memoirs: Barack Obama skewered by the pens of political insiders” by Rupert Cornwell

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“The New York Times”: (Room for Debate): Is a Global Climate Treaty Merely a Pipe Dream?”

“The New York Times”: “Children of Immigrants” by Quetzal Maucci (photos)

“The New York Times”: “Too Young to Die, Too Old to Worry” by Jason Karlawish

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Hunting for the Source of the World’s Most Beguiling Folk-Music” by Amanda Petrusich

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Most Ambitious Environmental Lawsuit Ever” by Nathaniel Rich

“The Washington Post”: “Even if we defeat the Islamic State, we’ll still lose the bigger war” by Andrew C. Bacevich

“The Washington Post”: “Five myths about billionaires”
by Darrell M. West

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Cairo: Tales of the Trash” by Peter Hessler

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter at Large: The Empire of Edge”
by Patrick Radden Keefe

“New York Magazine”: “Columbia University: How to Start a Revolution” by  Vanessa Grigoriadis

“New York Magazine”: “Drones and Everything After”
by Benjamin Wallace-Wells

“The Guardian”: “It’s silly to be afraid of death” by Diane Athill

“The Financial Times”: “The meaning of contemporary art”
by Jackie Wullschlager

“The Independent”: “Online crime: First online murder will happen by end of year, warns US firm” by Paul Peachy

“The Observer”: “WWF accused of selling its soul” by John Vidal

“London Review of Books”: “Scotland: After the Referendum”
by several authors

“London Review of Books”: “The Durand Line” by Owen

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„medium“: „Life Atop Ground Zero“ by Rex Sorgatz

“The Atlantic”: “The Afghan Girls Who Live as Boys” by Jenny Nordberg

“The Atlantic”: “Israel’s Worst-Kept Secret” by Douglas Birch
and R. Jeffrey Smith

“The Atlantic”: “Oy Vey: Yiddish Has a Problem” by Tanya Basu

“The Atlantic”: ”What Happens When  We all Live to 100?”
by Gregg Easterbrook

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Gardens of Their Dreams”
by Robin Lane Fox

“Vanity Fair”: “Ebola: Hell in the Hot Zone” by Jeffrey L. Stern

“Vanity Fair”: “The Human Factor: Are Airplanes Flying Themselves?” by William Langewiesche

“Vanity Fair”: “Five Lessons from the Digital Revolution” by Walter Isaacson

“Rolling Stone”: “China, the Climate and the Fate of the Planet” by Jeff Goodell

“The New York Times”: “Israel’s N.S.A. Scandal” by James Bamford

“The New York Times”: “When Medicine Is Futile” by Barron H. Lerner

“The New York Times” (Room for Debate): “When Geeks Rule”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Gary Hart’s Downfall Forever Changed American Politics” by Matt Bai

“The Guardian”: “General Jon Allen, the intellectual US hawk leading the coalition against ISIS” by Emma Graham-Harrison

“The Guardian”: “How to make ISIS fall on its own sword”
by Chelsea E. Manning

“The Observer”: “Leonard Cohen at 80: Life as an outsider” by Sean O’Hagan

“The Observer”: “Brigitte Bardot at 80: still outrageous, outspoken and controversial” by Agnès Poirier
 

“The London Review of Books”: “Edward Snowden: The good traitor” by Andrew O’Hagan

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“The New York Times”: “Who Killed the Israeli Left?” by Shmul Rosner

“The New York Times”: “Increasingly, Retirees Dump Their Possessions and Hit the Road” by David Wallis

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Death of Adulthood in American Culture” by A. O. Scott

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Surreal Fine-Arts Spectacle in Laguna Beach” by Sam Anderson

“The Observer”: “Sun, sea and silver service: what is it like crewing on a superyacht?” by Ed Cumming

“The New Yorker”: “Why Can’t Obama Fix the World?” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “Inside a Raid on I.S.I.S” by Nicholas Schmidle

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Entertainment: The Last Amazon” by Jill Lepore

“The New Yorker”: “Why Walking Helps Us Think” by Febris Jabr

“New York Magazine”: “The Trans-Everything CEO” by Lisa Miller

“New York Magazine”: “The Story That Tore through the Trees”
by Kathryn Schulz

“London Review of Books”: “Donetsk: Why not kill them all?” by Keith Gessen

“London Review of Books”: “A diagnosis” by Jenny Diski

“London Review of Books”: “High-frequency trading” by Donald MacKenzie

“The New York Review of Books”: “Iraq: The Outlaw State” by Max Rodenbeck

“The New York Review of Books”: “U.S.A.: How corrupt are our politics?” by David Cole

“The New York Review of Books”: “Hillary” by Joseph Lelyveld

“The New York Review of Books”: “Failure in Gaza” by Assaf Sharon

“The Independent”: “Islamic State: US failure to look into Saudi role has helped Isis” by Patrick Cockburn

“The Oxford American”: “Excarnation in Texas” by Alex Mae

“This Land”: “Near McAlester” by Rilla Askew

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“The New York Times”: “Dealing with Digital Cruelty”
by Stephanie Rosenbloom

“The New York Times”: “Why Don’t Americans Take Vacations” (Room for Debate)

“The New York Times”: “Why Do Doctors Commit Suicide?” by Pranay Sinha

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Women of West Point”
by Kevin Cahillane (introduction) and Damon Winter (photographs)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Why Flunking Exams Is Actually a Good Thing” by Benedict Carey

„The Los Angeles Times“: „Looking Back on a Child Migrant‘s Journey North on ‘The Beast’” by Don Bartletti

“The Los Angeles Times”: “Central Africa: A Plea for Peace” by Alexandra Zavis

“The New Yorker”: “Hackers Anonymous: The Masked Avengers”
by David Kushner

“The New Yorker”: “The Troll Slayer: A Cambridge classicist takes on her sexist detractors” by Rebecca Mead

“Texas Monthly”: “Executions in Texas: The Witness” by Pamela Colloff

“Matter”: “Earthquake in Italy: The Aftershocks” by David Wolman

“Pro Publica”: “The Mississippi Delta: Losing Ground”
by Bob Marshall, The Lens, Brian Jenkins and Al Shaw

“The Guardian”: “BBC’s long struggle to present the facts without fear or favor” by Charlotte Higgins

“The Guardian”: “The untold story of how a culture of shame perpetuates abuse” by Ruzwana Bashir

“Financial Times”: “The death of the political interview” by Ian Katz

“Financial Times”: “Henry Kissinger’s ‘World Order’” (essay) by Lionel Barber

“FT Magazine”: “How to see into the future” by Tim Harford

“The Observer”: “Sam Shepard: ‘America is on its way out as a culture’” by Laura Barton
 

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„The New York Times“: „Club Med for Terrorists“  by Ron Prosor

“The New York Times”: “Should the U.S. Work with Assad to Fight ISIS?” 

“The New York Times”: “A Marriage to Remember” by Banker White

“The New York Times”: “Life Lessons at Sea” by Jochen Bittner

“The New York Times Magazine”: “On the Ground in Israel and Gaza” by Paolo Pellegrin and Peter van Agtmel (photographs) and Jody Rudoren (text)

“The New Yorker”: “Confessions of a Difficult Girl” by Lena Dunham

“The New Yorker”: “AIPAC at War” by Connie Bruck

“The New Yorker”: “Poison Ivy: Are Elite Colleges Bad for the Soul?” by Nathan Heller

“New York Magazine”: “Good Hillary, Bad Hillary” by Frank Rich

“The Atlantic”: “Europe’s Slow Surrender to Intolerance”
by Jeffrey Goldberg

“The London Review of Books”: “What happened to London?”
by Owen Hatherlay

“New York Review of Books”: “Cambodia: The Genocide That Wasn’t” by Stéphanie Giry

“Rolling Stone”: “U.S. Corporations: The Biggest Tax Scam Ever”
by Tim Dickinson

“FT Magazine”: “Sounds of Kinshasa: music, dance and culture are a lifeline in Congo” by Katrina Manson

“Financial Times”: “How to fly a Gripen fighter jet with the FT” by Carola Hoyos

“The Independent”: “Lady al-Qa’ida: the world’s most wanted prisoner” by Andrew Buncombe

“The Guardian”: “Inside Putinworld, where few risk speaking truth to power” by Shaun Walker

“The Guardian”: “World briefing: war in Libya” by Chris Stephen

“The Guardian”: “Joan Baez: Singer , activist, peacenik, lover, legend” by Lawrence Donegan
 

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“Vox”: “How we’d cover Ferguson if it happened in another country” by Max Fisher

“The New Yorker“: „Annals of Science: Against the Grain“  by Michael Specter

“The New Yorker”: “Iraq: The Common Enemy” by George Packer

“The New Yorker”: “China’s Doctor-Patient Wars” by Christopher Beam

“The New Yorker”: “How Chris McCandless Died” by Jon Krakauer

“longform.org”: “MONK. The High Priest of Jazz” by Lewis Lapham

“wired”: “Edward Snowden: The Untold Story”

“The Atlantic”: “Five Days in August: What It Was Like to Report Watergate” by Tom DeFrank

“The New York Times”: “Who Will Stand Up for the Christians?” by Ronald S. Lauder

“The New York Times”: “Abduction Tests Amish Ties to Modern World” by Kirk Semple

“The New York Times”: “Room for Debate: The War against Online Trolls”

“The New York Times” (Journeys): “Northern India: From Mysticism to Modernity”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Paper Boys: The Dark, Lucrative World of Debt Collection”

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Will Russia thwart Karl Bushby’s epic hike around the globe?” by Bill Donahue

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Great Barrier Reef: A Natural Wonder in Peril” by Tim Flannery

“The New York Review of Books”: “Are the Authoritarians Winning?” by Michael Ignatieff

“The London Review of Books”: “Palestine: Phantom Bids” by Nicholas Blincoe

“Financial Times”: “The extinction of the passenger pigeon” by Matthew Engel

“The Independent”: “West poised to join forces with President Assad in face of Islamic State” by Patrick Cockburn

“The Independent”: “48 hours in Bern” by Simon Calder

“Rolling Stone”: “Last Tango in Kabul” by Mathieu Aikins

“The Observer”: “Why I love my Leica” by John Naughton

“The Observer”: “Malala Yousafzai: ‘People are listening to me. But I know that might change’” by Inez Sarkodee-Adoo

“The Observer”: “Ebola: Life and death on the frontline” by Claire MacDougall and Shahesta Shaitly
 

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“The Observer”: “Isis: a portrait of the menace that is sweeping my homeland” by Hassan Hassan

“The Atlantic”: “Hillary Clinton: ‘Failure’ to Help Syrian Rebels Lead to the Rise of ISIS” by Jeffrey Goldberg

“The New York Times”: “Obama on the World” (interview)
 by Thomas L. Friedman

“The New York Times”: “Russia: A Choice Between Boredom and Blood” by Sergey Kuznetsov

“The New York Times”: “How Hamas Beat Israel in Gaza” by Ron Bergman

“The New York Times”: “The Mysteries of My Father’s Mind” by Rebecca Rotert

“The New York Times Magazine”; “Gary Kasparov: Vladimir Putin’s Chess Master Nemesis” by Steven Lee Myers

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Should You Fear the Pizzly Bear?” by Moises Velasquez-Manoff

“The Independent”: “The Israel-Gaza ceasefire is holding – just – but the devastation remains” by Kim Sengupta

“The Independent”: “The Michael Brown shooting: One Nation, still divided by race” by Michael Usborne

“The Guardian”: “Michael Brown’s death was no anomaly. We cannot stay silent” by Al Sharpton

“Financial Times”: “Sea Sailing for Beginners” by John Sunyer

“Financial Times”: “Mind Change: How Digital Technologies Leave Their Mark On Our Brain” (book review) by Cordelia Fine

“FT Magazine”: “Street Photography” by Lliz Jobey

“London Review of Books”: “On being stalked” by Helen DeWitt

“London Review of Books”: “Hamas’s Chances” by Nathan Thrall

“The New York Review of Books”: “Who Was Ernest Hemingway?
by Edward Mendelson

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Other Syria” by Annie Sparrow
 

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“Vanity Fair”: “When Should the US Intervene Abroad?” by Michael Kinsley

“Vanity Fair”: “Microsoft’s Lost Decade” by Kurt Eichenwald

“The Atlantic”: “The Evangelical Persecution Complex” by Alan Noble

“Rolling Stone”: “The Presidency and the Press” by Reid Cherlin

“The Washington Post”: “Separated by Israel, Palestinians are forgetting how to stand together” by Adania Shibli

“The Washington Post”: “40 years after Watergate” by Bob Woodward

“The New York Times”: “Eight Times in Gaza: A Wartime Diary”
by Atef Abu Saif

“The New York Times”: “Room for Debate: A Return to the Fight in Iraq”

“The New York Times”: “ISIS: A Rogue State along Two Rivers”
by Jeremy Ashkenas, Archie Tse, Derek Watkins and Karen Yourish

“The New York Times”: “Israel’s Supporters Try to Come to Terms with the Killing of Children in Gaza” by Robert Mackey

“The Independent”: “Gaza conflict: As Israel and Hamas both claim victory, hundreds of children suffer life-changing injuries” by Donald MacIntyre

“The New Yorker”: “A Friend Flees the Horror of ISIS” by George Packer

“The New Yorker”: “Putin Dreams of Empire” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “An Honest Voice in Israel” by Philip Gourevitch

“New York Magazine”: “Uber and Lyft: The Hail Storm” by Christopher Bonanos

“The New York Review of Books”: “Palestine: Hatred and Hope”
by David Shulman

“The Guardian”:  “A Guide to Middle East Politics in 2014” by Ian Black
 

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“The Guardian”: “On the Israel-Gaza border, fear is hardening public opinion” by Harriet Sherwood

“The Guardian”: “Syrian city of Homs shows signs of life amid moonscape of devastation” by Ian Black

“The Guardian”: “The pervasive power of Rupert Murdoch” by Nick Davies

“The Independent”: “Brian Eno on the Israel-Gaza crisis: How can you justify images such as this?”

“The Independent”: “There are seven reasons not to write a novel” by Javier Marias

“The Independent”: “A Bible for Billionaires” by Seth Stevenson

“FT Magazine”: “Road to Mandalay: the trade route vital to Asia’s future” by Shawn Donnan

“The New York Times”: “Paying Ransoms, Europe Bankrolls Qaeda Terror” by Rukmini Callimachi

“The New York Times”: “Reporting Rape, and Wishing She Hadn’t” by Walt Bogdanovich

“The New York Times”: “No Time to Think” by Kate Murphy

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Kids Who Beat Autism”
by Ruth Padawer

“New York Magazine”: “Plastic Surgery: Bigger Eyes, Fuller Lips, Broader Minds?” by Maureen O’Connor

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Liberal Zionist” by Jonathan Freedland

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Anti-Court Court” by David Cole

“Wired”: “The Weird Reasons Why People Make Up False Identities on the Internet” by Charles Seife

“Foreign Affairs”: “Welcome to the Third Intifada” by Khaled Elgyndi

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“The Guardian”: “Kids, guns and the American way” by Stuart Jeffries

“The Guardian”: “World War I: Untold stories of the war” by several authors

“The Guardian”: “How the occupation of Gaza corrupts the occupier” by Owen Jones

“The Independent”: “A day in the life of Vladimir Putin: the dictator in his labyrinth” by Ben Judah

“The Independent”: “The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering” by Patrick Cockburn

“The New Yorker”: “Gaza: Aflame” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “Medical Dispatch: The Rarest Disease” by Seth Mnookin

“The New Yorker”: “The Biden Agenda” by Evan Osnos

“The New York Times”: “We’re Missing the Story: The Retreat From Foreign Reporting” by Anjan Sundaram

“The New York Times”: “The Way North: US Interstate 35”
by Damien Cave and Todd Heisler (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “Self-Defense or Atrocities in Gaza?” (debate)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What Do Chinese Dumplings Have to Do With Global Warming” by Nicola Twilley

“The New York Review of Books”: “In the Heart of Mysterious Oman” by Hugh Eakin

“Los Angeles Review of Books”: “Piety and Perseverance: The palm trees of Los Angeles” by Victoria Dailey

“London Review of Books”: “Great Britain: Gloomy Pageant”
by Jeremy Harding

“London Review of Books”: “Diary: Discharged” by Mike Kirby

“Vanity Fair”: “The Nixon Tapes” by Douglas Brinkley

“Rolling Stone”: “Philip Seymour Hoffmanns’ Last Days” by David Browne

“Pro Publica”: “Dispatches from Freedom Summer: The Ghosts of Greenwood”
 

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“The Observer”: “Why I have to leave Israel” by Sayed Kashua

“The Observer”: “The rise of data and the death of politics” by Evgeny Morozov

“FT Magazine”: “Saying goodbye to God: Haredim apostates”
by Jon Reer

“FT Magazine”: “Troubled waters: the Mekong River crisis” by Pilita Clark

“London Review of Books”: “How should we think about the Caliphate?” by Owen Bennett-Jones

“The New York Review of Books”: “Iraq illusions” by Jessica T. Mathews

“The New York Review of Books”: “Kurdish independence: harder than it looks” by Jost Hiltermann

“The New Yorker”: “American Summer: Before Air-Conditioning”
 by Arthur Miller 

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Gaza (2009): The Captives”
by Lawrence Wright

“The New Yorker”: “When Teachers Cheat” by Rachel Aviv

“The Toast”: “Perdition Days: On Experiencing Psychosis”
by Esmé Weijun Wang

“Pacific Standard”: “The Organ Detective: A Career Spent Uncovering a Hidden Global Market in Human Flesh” by Ethan Watters

“The New York Times”: “How the West Chose War in Gaza” by Nathan Thrall

“The New York Times”: “Israel’s Bloody Status Quo” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Putin’s Deadly Doctrine” by Timothy Garton Ash

“The New York Times”: “Staring at the flame: John le Carré on Philip Seymour Hoffman”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Is Your Relationship With Fido on the Rocks?” by Benoit Denizet-Lewis

“The Guardian”: “I, spy: Edward Snowden in exile” by Alan Rusbridger and Ewen MacAskill

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“Vanity Fair”: “Flashback 2005: Gaza’s Grand Delusion” by Scott Anderson

“The Washington Post”: “Five myths about the Gaza crisis”
by Aaron David Miller

“The New York Times”: “For Israelis and Palestinians, Separation Is Dehumanizing” by Ethan Bronner

“The New York Times”: “To Be A Russian” by Misha Friedman (photos)

“The New York Times Magazine“: „Zoo Animals and Their Discontent“ by Alex Halberstadt

“The New York Times Magazine”:  “The Post-Post-Apocalyptic Detroit” by Ben Austen

“The Guardian”: “Life after 7:1: what happens to footballers after a defeat like Brazil’s?” by Leo Benedictus

“The Guardian”: “Kurds on Iraq’s new frontline feel destiny beckoning” by Luke Harding

“The Guardian”: “How should we understand the teenage jihadist’s mind?” by Simon Jenkins

“The Independent”: “Is Gideon Levy the most hated man in Israel or just the most heroic” (interview) by Johann Hari

“Financial Times”: “Can books cross borders?” by Tim Parks

“Financial Times”: “Great Walks: Manaslu, Nepal” by Stephen Venables

“FT Magazine”: “Why Brazil’s already won” by Simon Kuper

“FT Magazine”: “The evolution of colour photography in modern Russia” by Neil Buckley

“Esquire”: “Lance Armstrong in Purgatory: The After-Life” by Jon H. Richardson

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “Reporting in Burma” by Katya Cengel

“London Review of Books”: “The Battle for Bagdad” by Patrick Cockburn”

“London Review of Books”: “Institutionalized Disregard for Human Life” by Mouin Rabbani

 

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“The Guardian”: “Tijuana: life on the political equator” by Justin McGuik

“The Guardian”: “The BBC: How the voice of an empire became part of an evolving world”  by Charlotte Higgins

“The Guardian”: “Last days of Kodak town: decline and fall of the city that photography built” by Dave Stelfox

“The Washington Post”: “In Mexico, a family killed for candor”
by Joshua Partlow

“The New York Times”: “How the Terrorists Got Rich” by Juan C. Zarate and Thomas M. Sanderson

“The New York Times”: “The Great War: A 100-Year Legacy of World War I” by Steven Erlanger

”The New Yorker”: “Sixty-nine Days Underground: The ordeal of the Chilean miners” by Hector Tobar

“The New Yorker”: “The New Way of War: Killing the Kids” by Ronin Wright

“The New Yorker”: “Moderate Syrian Rebel Application Form”
by Andy Borowitz

“New York Magazine”: “Growing up in Brownsville N.Y.: Woo Cho Bang Bang” by Eric Konigsberg

“medium”: “How to make a family portrait” by Matt Eich (photographs and words)

“London Review of Books”: “Paupers and Richlings: Piketty’s’Capital’” by Benjamin Kunkel

“London Review of Books”: “Barack Obama: The World’s Most Important Spectator” by David Bromwich

“London Review of Books”: “Lifts: Messages from the 29th Floor”
by David Trotter

“The New York Review of Books”: “The CIA’s ‘Shivago’” by Michael Scammell

“Financial Times”: “Generation XX. Feminism reinvented” by Melissa Harrison

“FT Magazine”: “Has GDP outgrown its use?” by David Pilling


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“The Atlantic”: “Afghanistan: After Karzai” by Mujib Mashal

“The Observer”: “Amazon’s Jeff Bezos: The man who wants you to buy everything from his company” by Rupert Neate

“Cincinnati.com”: “Turning 14 in Cincinnati: ‘I worry about surviving’” by Krista Ramsely and Cara Owsley

“The Guardian”: “In this post-digital age, we still thrill to the power of live” by Simon Jenkins

“The Guardian”: “Phone-hacking trial was officially about crime; but in reality, it was about power” by Nick Davis

“The New York Times”: “Bedouin Trackers Hunting for Clues to Kdnapped Boys” by Jodi Rudoren

“The New York Times”: “In Sarajevo, Passions that Drove an Assassin Have Only Begun to Heal” by John F. Burn

“The New York Times”: “World War: The War to End All Wars? Hardly. But It Did  Change Them Forever” by Steve Erlanger

“The New York Review of Books”: “Climate: Are We Losing the Endgame?” by Bill McKibben

“The New York Review of Books”: “Edward Snowden: Partial Disclosure” by Sue Halpern

“The New York Review of Books”: “Whose Palestine?” by Nathan Thrall

“Vanity Fair”: “The Mystery Woman: Untangling Rebekah Brooks”
by Suzanna Andrews

“New York Magazine”: “Iraq Everlasting” by Frank Rich”

“Financial Times”: “How books about sports got serious” by Simon Kuper

“FT Magazine”: “Guantánamo Bay: a report from the inside”
by Richard McGregor

“FT Magazine”: “How to mourn online” by Gilian Tett

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“The New York Times”: “Brazil 2014: How We Play the Game” produced by Andrew Das, Alicia DeSantis, and Josh Keller

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Can General Linder’s Special Operations Forces Stop the Next Terrorist Threat?” by Eliza Greenwald

“The New York Review of Books”: “Hitler’s Monumental Miscalculation” by Malise Ruthven

“The New York Review of Books”: “An American Passion for Tyrants” by David Rieff

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Enterprise: The Disruption Machine” by Jill Lepore

“Outside”: “Rolling Nowhere: My Train-Hopping Odyssey Through the American West” by Ted Connover

“BuzzFeed”: “Should Two Children Be Imprisoned for Plotting to Kill Their Classmates?” by Victoria Beale

“Mother Jones”: “Is Coding the New Literacy” by Tasneem Raja

“The London Review of Books”: “Class War in Thailand: The Story of Taksin Shinawatra” by Richard Lloyd Parry

“The London Review of Books”: “On belonging: A Leopard in the Family” by James Meek

“Vanity Fair”: “The New Jet Age: Flying First Class on a Emirates Airbus A380” by Graham Boynton

“Vanity Fair”: “America’s Odd Couple:  Superlawyers David Boies and Theodore Olson” by Lionel Barber

“The Guardian”: “The death of the American mall”  by David Uberti

“Financial Times”: “E-books v paper?” by Julian Baggini

“FT Magazine”: “A portrait of Europe’s white working-class” by Simon Kuper

“The Observer”: “Hillary Clinton interview: will she or won’t she run for president in 2016?” by  Ed Pilkington

“The Observer”: “Sailing into hell: two men, a dinghy and one of the luckiest escapes ever” by Charlie English
 

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“The New York Times”: “A Window into the Nature of Calamity”
by Clyde Haberman


“The New York Times”: “Can Therapists Prevent Violence?” (debate)

“The New York Times”: “Deterrence Revisited” by David E. Sanger

“The New York Times”: “Islamic Republic: Clerical Rule, Luxury Lifestyle” by Shahrzad Elghanayan

“The New York Times”: “From China, with Pragmatism” by Stephen T. Asma

“The New York Times”: “Recording the Polar Bear’s View of its Changing Arctic Environment” by Andrew C. Revkin

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Sinaloa Cartel’s  90-Year-Old Drug-Mule” by Sam Dolnicki

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Genius of Patrick Leigh Fermor” by Daniel Mendelsohn

“The New York Review of Books”: “Irresistible El Greco” by Ingrid D. Rowland

“The Washington Post”: “Five Myths about Net Neutrality” by Nancy Scola

“The Observer”: “Life and death in the US Marines” by Neal Hirschfeld

“The Observer”: “The dolphin who loved me” by Christopher Riley

“The Guardian”: “Inside Belarus” by Mark Rice-Oxley

“FT Magazine”: “Kyrgyzstan: democracy under pressure” by Ahmad Rashid

“The Independent”: “The night America very nearly nuked itself”
by David Usborne

“The Independent”:  “Secret State” by Peter Popham

“The Independent”: “Iraq crisis: West must take up Iran’s offer to block an ISIS victory” by Patrick Cockburn

“London Review of Books”: “On Selfies” by Julian Stallabrass
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 22..........

“The New York Times”: “What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades”
by Maria Konnikova


“The New York Times”: “Tiananmen, Forgotten” by Helen Gao

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Burden of Being Messi”
by Jeff Himmelman


“The New York Times Magazine”: “A Revolutionary Approach to Treating PTSD” by Jeneen Interlandi

“The New Yorker”: “The Teen Whisperer” by Margaret Talbot

”The New York Review of Books”: “Pakistan: Worse than We Knew” by Ahmad Rashid

“The Washington Post”: “Edward Snowden took less than previously thought, says James Clapper” by David Ignatius

“The Washington Post”: “The ‘true football’ of Brazil” by Dom Philips

“GQ”: “How Wants to Shoot an Elephant?” by Wells Tower (Illustrations by Rus Khasanov & photographs by David Chancellor)

“Roads & Kingdoms”: “In Kenya, running with Chinese characteristics” by Jon Rosen

“The Public Domain Review”: ”The Naturalist and the Neurologist: On Charles Darwin and James Crichton-Browne” by Stassa Edwards

“Vanity Fair”: “Shame and Survival” by Monica Lewinsky

“Rolling Stone”: “Six Ways America Is like a Third World Country”
by Sean McElwee

“Financial Times”: “Lawrence Summers on ‘House of Debt”
by Lawrence Summers

“FT Magazine”: “Wall Street Whistleblowers” by William D. Cohen

“London Review of Books”: “Scalpers  Inc.” by John Lanchester

“London Review of Books”: “Mommy-Daddy-Time: Can Parents Have Fun?” by Zoe Heller

“The Observer”: “Stories from an occupation: the Israelis who broke silence” by Peter Beaumont
 

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“The Guardian”: “The Salt of the Earth: the Wim Wenders and Juliano Salgado double bill” by Andrew Pulver

“The Independent”: “What next for Egypt, with its president in America’s pocket?” by Robert Fisk

“The Observer”: “D-Say, 70 years on” by Richard Strout

“The Observer”: “Before Pelé there was Andrade” by Brian Oliver

“The Washington Post”: “What Broke Washington?” Philip K. Howard

“The Washington Post”: “Afghanistan, the soon forgotten war” by Paul Waldman

“The Washington Post”: “How CBS scooped the world on the Tienanmen Square Story” by Michael Streissguth

“The New York Times”: “Fixed Soccer Matches Cast Shadow over World Cup” by Declan Hill and Jeré Longman

“The New York Times”: “Europe’s Secret Success” by Paul Krugman

“The New York Times”: “Terror’s Front: Local Groups, Eyes on the West” by David D. Kirkpatrick and Eric Schmitt

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Bosnia: Life in the Valley of Death” by Scott Anderson and Paolo Pellegrin (photos)

“The New Yorker”: “Knowing War Intimately” by Philip Gourevitch

“New York Magazine”: “Can Conservatives Be Funny?” by Frank Rich

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Ghosts of Tiananmen Square” by Ian Johnson

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Right Way to Control the Banks” by Roger E. Alcaly

“The New York Review of Books”: “Looking for Ukraine” by Tim Judah

“The Observer”: “Is Matteo Renzi the man to save Europe’s soul?” by Lizzy Davies

 ..........KALENDERWOCHE 20..........

„BBCNews“: „The Reykjavik Confessions: A Murder Mystery”  by Simon Cox“

“American Prospect”: “By Grace Alone: Christian Sex Abuse” by Kathryn Joice

“The New Yorker”: “Dept. of Psychiatry: Partial Recall” by Michael Specter

“The New Yorker”: “The Nicest Murderer” by Nadya Labi

“New York Magazine”: “The Day I Started Lying to Ruth: a cancer doctor on losing his wife to cancer” by Peter B. Bach 

“New York Magazine”: “Getting Your DNA: The Google of Spit” by Lisa Miller

“The Los Angeles Times”: “Central African Republic: Ex-Child Soldiers Live with Scars of War” by Alexandra Zavis

“The Atlantic”: “Fire on the Mountain” by Brian Mockenhaupt

“The Atlantic”: “How the Novel Made the Modern World” by William Deresiewicz

“The Atlantic”: “Funny or Die” by Julie Beck

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Can the Nervous System Be Hacked?” by Michael Behar

“The Washington Post”: “’Smart Pills’ with chips, cameras and robotic parts raise legal, ethical questions” by Ariana Eunjung Cha

“Financial Times”: “The threats facing online comments” by John Sunyer

“Financial Times”: “The empire of Alan de Botton” by Sam Knight

“FT Magazine”: “Being German” by StefanWagstyl

“FT Magazine”: “Why Europe works” by Simon Kuper

“The Independent”: “The irrepressible lure of the cruel sea: What drives yachtsmen to sail across the Atlantic?” by Stuart Alexander

“The Observer”: “Battle for Aleppo could prove final reckoning in Syria’s war” by Martin Chulov

“The Observer”: “Women on the Frontline: female photojournalists’ vision of conflict” by Tracy McVeigh

“The Guardian”: “Norman Mailer’s ‘A Fire on the Moon” a giant leap for reportage” by Geoff Dyer

..........KALENDERWOCHE 20..........

“The Los Angeles Times”: “Artist finding inspiration in China’s bad air” by Julie Makinen
 

“The New York Times”: “Never Forgetting A Face” by Natasha Singer
 

“The New York Times”: “Gabriel García Márquez: Magic in Service of Truth” by Salman Rushdie
 

“The New York Times”: “A Soldier’s War on Pain” by Barry Meier
 

“The New York Times”: “The 9/11 Story Told at Bedrock, Powerful as a Punch to the Gut” by Holland Cotter
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Jane Kleeb vs. the Keystone Pipeline” by Saul Elbein
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Addict. Informant. Mother”
by Susan Dominus

 

“The New Yorker”: “Why we can’t ignore Monica Lewinsky” by Amy Davidson
 

“The New Yorker”: “The Loaded Gun: A mass shooter’s tragic past” by Patrick Redden Keefe
 

“The Independent”: “The Power of Paper” (Book review) by Alexander Monroe
 

“The Observer”: “Poems for Europe: 10 national portraits in verse” by Ruaridh Nicoll
 

“London Review of Books”: “Ukraine: Lurching Towards Civil War” by Tony Wood
 

“London Review of Books”: “The Italian Disaster” by Perry Anderson
 

“London Review of Books”: “The Party’s Over” by Jan-Werner Müller
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “We Kill People Based on Metadata” by David Cole
 

“Vanity Fair”: “The Prince Who Blew Through Millions” by Mark Seal
 

“National Geographic”: “Hurricanes: The Last Chase” by Robert Draper
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 19..........

“The Atlantic”: “A Eulogy for Twitter” by Adrienne LaFrance
and Robinson Meyer

“The New York Times”: “China’s Censored World” by Evan Osnos

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What Timothy Geithner Really Thinks” by Andrew Ross Sorkin

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Inequality Has Been Going on Forever…but That Doesn’t Mean it’s Inevitable” by David Leonhardt

“The New York Review of Books”: “Ukraine – the way out” by Anatol Lieven

“The New York Review of Books”: “How Memory Speaks”
by Jerome Groopman

“The New York Review of Books”: “A World Digital Library Is Coming True” by Robert Darnton

“The London Review of Books”: “Old, Unwanted and Invisible” by Jenny Diski

“Vanity Fair”: “View form the (TV) Top: Barbara Walters” by Curtis Sittenfeld

“Vanity Fair”: “How O.J. Simpson Killed Popular Culture” by Lili Anolik

“Vanity Fair”: “The Snowden Saga: A Shadowland of Secrets and Lights” by Suzanna Andres, Bryan Burrough and Sarah Ellison

“The Washington Post”: “After carving up Ukraine, where will Putin turn next?” by Masha Gessen

“The Washington Post”: “The tragedies we ignore” by Frank Strasburger

“The Washington Post”: ”A modern pope gets old school on the Devil” by Anthony Faiola

”The Independent”: “US accuse Israel of ‘alarming, even terrifying’ levels of spying” by Rupert Cornwell

“Financial Times”: “Game of two halves: the ugly side of Brazilian football” by Simon Kuper

“FT Magazine”: “Interview: Yancey Strickler of Kickstarter” by Peter Aspden

 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 18..........

„The New York Times“: „The War on Truth in Ukraine” by Keith A. Darden

“The New York Times”: “Chernobyl: Capping a Catastrophe”by Henry Fountain and Daniel Williams (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “The American Middle Class Is No Longer the World’s Richest” by David Leonhardt and Kevin Quealy

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Why Only One Top Banker Went to Jail for the Financial Crisis” by Jesse Eisinger

“The Los Angeles Times”: “More than 4 percent of death row inmates wrongly convicted, study says” by Monte Morin

“The New Yorker”: “The Hunt for El Chapo” by Patrick Radden Kefee

“The New York Review of Books”: “Ukraine: The Phony War?” by Tim Judah

“The New York Review of Books”: “The New Synthetic Biology: Who Gains?” by Richard C. Lewontin

“The London Review of Books”: “Lenin vs. Stalin in Kiev: Barbarism with a Human Face” by Slavo Zizek

“The London Review of Books”: “The Reichstag Fire: The Conspiracists” by Richard J. Evans

“The Economist intelligent life”: “In search of the Vikings” by Charles Emmerson

“Wired”: “One Startup’s Struggle to Survive the Gold Rush in Silicon Valley” by Gideon Lewis-Kraus

“Brookings Institution”: “The Big Snoop: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Terrorists” by Stuart Taylor Jr.

“The Guardian”: “Armed to the milk-teeth: America’s gun-toting kids” by Sean O’Hagan

“Financial Times”: “Everest’s deadly demands: A Sherpa’s view”by Jemimi Diki Sherpa

“FT Magazine”: “My journey back to Ebola ground zero” by Peter Piot
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 17..........

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Iraq: What We Left Behind”
by Dexter Filkins


“The New York Review of Books”: “Censored in India” by Wendy Doniger

“Nautilus”: “The Vulgar Mechanic and His Magical Oven” by Steven Ashley and Jonathon Rosen (illustrations)

“The Atlantic”: “Wars: The Slaughter Bench of History” by Ian Morris

“Rolling Stone”: “Six Studies Show That Everything Republicans Believe Is Wrong” by Sean McElwee

“Vanity Fair”: “The Snowden Saga: A Shadowland of Secrets and Light” by Suzanna Andrews, Bryan Borrough and Sarah Ellison

“The New York Times”: “Switzerland’s Toxic Prosperity” by Dan Fagin

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Ballad of Geeshie and Elvie” by Jeremiah Sullivan

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Should A Chimp Be Able to Sue Its Owner?” by Charles Siebert

“The Los Angeles Times”: “In Syria, war is woven into childhood”
by Raja Abdulrahim


“The Washington Post”: “Five myths about Mount Everest” by Grayson Schaffer

“The Boston Globe”: “Boston Marathon: For Richard family, loss and love” by David Abel

“The Independent”: “The Children of Fallujah – the hospital of horrors” by Robert Fisk

“The Guardian”: “It is clear that Turkey was not involved in the chemical attack on Syria” by Eliot Higgins and Dan Kaszeta

“The Observer”: “How we all could benefit from synaesthesia” by Helen Massy-Beresford

“The Observer”: “The American Dream is now just that for the middle classes – a dream” by Michael Cohen

“FT Magazine”: “Lessons from a rock-star economist” by Gillian Tett

“FT Magazine”: “India’s new politics” by James Crabtree

..........KALENDERWOCHE 16..........

“ESPN”: “Just Cheer, Baby” by Amanda Hess

“The New York Review of Books”: “Iraq: The Road to Chaos” by Ned Parker

“The New York Review of Books”: “Why We’re  in an New Gilded Age” (book review) by Paul Krugman

“New York Magazine”: “65: Learning to Love Middle Old Age”
by Mark Jacobson

“The New Yorker”: “Putin and the Exile” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “The Best Documentaries of All Time” by Richard Brody

“FT Magazine”: “Twelve days in Southern Africa” by Lionel Barber

“Financial Times”: “The art world we deserve?” by Harald Falckenberg

”The Financial Times”: “The workplace: prison or sanctuary?”
by Lucy Kellaway


“The New York Times”: “Boston Marathon:  Surviving the Finish Line” by Samantha Storey

“The “Washington Post”: “Transitioning from military to civilian life: ’Ugh, I miss it’” by Eli Saslow and Matt McClain

“The Guardian”: “Michael Lewis: ‘Wall Street Has Gone Insane’” by Emma Brockes

“The Guardian”; “What can the origins of the BBC tell us about its future?” by Charlotte Higgins

“The Independent”: “The Middle East we must confront in the future will be a  Mafiastan ruled by money” by Robert Fisk

“The Atlantic”: “The Confidence Gap” by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman

“The Atlantic”: “The Pope in the Attic: Benedict in the time of Francis” by Paul Elie

“Vanity Fair”: “Evaporated in Syria: The most dangerous place in the world for journalists” by James Harkin
 

“Rolling Stone”: “Hollywood: Attack of the Paparazzi” by Stephen Rodrick
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 15..........

“The New York Times”: “Grand Visions Fizzle in Brazil” by Simon Romero and Daniel Berehulak (photos) 

“The New York Times”: “Eight (No, Nine) Problems With Big Data”
by Gary Marcus and Earnest Davis


“The New York Times”: “Israel/Palestine: Lines in the Sand”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Ruanda: Portaits of Reconciliation” by Pieter Hugo (photographs) and Susan Dominus (text)

“The Washington Post”: “Serious reading takes a hit from online scanning and skimming, research says” by Michael S. Rosenwald

“The Washington Post”: “Heartbleed bug puts the chaotic nature of the internet under the magnifying glass” by Craig Timberg

“The Los Angeles Times”: “Aleppo: In Syria, a shrinking city struggles on between terrifying air raids” by Rajul Abdulrahim

“New York Magazine”: “Barack Obama: The Color of his Presidency” by Jonathan Chait

“New York Magazine”: “Scandal Loves a Clinton” by Frank Rich

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Story of the Jews: What a Saga!” (book review) by G. W. Bowersock

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Mental Life of Plants and Worms” by Oliver Sacks

“Mosaic”: “How malaria defeats our drugs” by Ed Yong

“ESPN Longform”: “The Marathons of Their Lives” by David Fleming

“The Independent”: “Obamacare rises from the ashes” by Rupert Cornwell

“The Independent”: “Ultra-Orthodox Jews are resisting new laws which force them to join the army” by Ben Lynfield

“FT Magazine”: “How Matisse and Picasso turned old age into art”by Simon Schama

“FT Magazine”: “How to preserve the web’s past for the future”

 “The London Review of Books”: “Syria: The Red Line and the Rat Line” by Seymour Hersh

..........KALENDERWOCHE 14..........
 

“The New York Times”: “The Wrong Way to Protect Elephants”
by Godfrey Harris and Daniel Stiles

 

“The New York Times”: “The Court Follows the Money” (editorial)
 

“The New York Times”: “Afghanistan: Campaign of Resilience” photographs by Bryan Denton
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Wolf Hunters of Wall Street” by Michael Lewis
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Peter Matthiessen’s Homegoing” by Jeff Himmelman
 

“The Washington Post”: “U.S. War Veterans: A Legacy of Pain and Pride” by Rajiv Chandrasekaran
 

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Samantha Power: Learning to play the diplomat’s game” by Manuel Roig-Franzia
 

“Vanity Fair”: “Transdniester: Communist Gonzo” by Brett Forest
 

“Wired”: “Here’s How They’ll Piece Together What Happened to Flight MH 370” by Jordan Golson
 

“ESPN Longform”:  “Brazil: Generation June” by Wright Thompson
 

“The Guardian”: “Welcome to China’s political gamble of the century” by Timothy Garton Ash
 

“The Guardian”: “When I met Jane Godall, she hugged me like a chimp” by Henry Nicholls
 

“The Guardian”: “The Muslims Are Coming!: Islamophobia, Extremisms and the Domestic War on Terror” by Ronin Yassin-Kassab
 

“The Independent”: “How the Koch brothers threaten U.S. democracy” by David Usborne
 

“The Independent”: “Syrian refugees: The singular stories of the millions on the move” by Khaled Hosseini
 

“Financial Times”: “The People’s Platform: Taking Back Power and Culture in the Digital Age” by Astra Taylor


..........KALENDERWOCHE 13..........

“Slate”: “My dementia: Telling who I am before I forget” by Gerda Saunders
 

“The New Yorker”: “Home Fires: How soldiers write their wars”
by George Packer

 

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Religion: Where Waco Went Wrong”
by Malcolm Gladwell

 

“The Atlantic”: “The Overprotected Kid” by Hanna Rosin
 

“The New York Times”: “Bangladesh: Borrowed Time on Disappearing Land” by Gardiner Harris
 

“The New York Times”: “Rising Seas” by Coral Davenport/photographs by Kadir Van Lohuizen
 

 “The New York Times Magazine”: “What Pakistan Knew about Bin Laden” by Carlotta Gall
 

“The Washington Post”: “Is local news coverage in a death spiral?” by Paul Farhi
 

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The Caucasus Mountain, in the spirit of writer Lermontov” by Bill Donahue
 

“London Review of Books”: “Assad and the jihadists” by Peter Neumann
 

“London Review of Books”: “Veronese” by T.J. Clark
 

 “The New York Review of Books”: “Turkey Goes out of Control”
by Christopher de Bellaigue

 

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Future of Europa: An Interview with George Soros” by Gregor Peter Schmitz
 

“FT Magazine”: “Jihad by Social Media” by Sam Jones Jones
 

“FT Magazine”: “Big Data: Are We Making a Big Mistake?” by Sam Harford
 

“The Observer”: “Sex, drugs and Jimi Hendrix: My life in festivals”
by Ed Vulliamy

 ..........KALENDERWOCHE 12..........

„The New York Times“: „Three Years of Strife and Cruelty Put Syria in Free Fall” by Anne Barnard

“The New York Times”: “After the Protests” by Zeynep Tufekcki

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Scientific Quest to Prove Bisexuality Exists” by Denoit Denizet-Lewis
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “Murder in Uganda” by Helen Epstein
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “A Passage from Hong Kong”
by Maya Jasanoff

 

“The New York Review of Books”: “Roger Ailes: The King of the Foxes” by Steve Coll
 

“The Washington Post”: “The West’s obligation to Ukraine”
by Madeleine Albright and Jim O’Brian

 

“The Washington Post”: “As U.S. war ends, Russia returns to Afghanistan with  series of investment projects” by Kevin Sieff
 

“The Washington Post”: “NSA recorded ‘very single call’ in one country” by Barton Gellman and Ashkan Soltani
 

“London Review of Books”: “(Richard) Branson” by David Runciman
 

“London Review of Books”: “How much meat is too much?” by Bee Wilson
 

“The Independent”: “Welcome to Iraq, art review: exhibition shows country in whole new light” by Zoe Pilger
 

 “The Guardian”: “Iraq invasion was about oil” by Nafeez Ahmed
 

“FT Magazine”: “Sarajevo: the crossroads of history” by Simon Kuper
 

“FT Magazine”: “Has the nation state had its day?” by Gillian Tett
 

“Vanity Fair”: “The Devil and the Art Dealer” by Alex Shoumatoff
 

“Vanity Fair”: “Meet G4S, the Contractors Who Go Where Governments and Armies Can’t – or Won’t” by William Langewiesche
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 11.......... 

„The New Yorker“: „Annals of Psychology: The Reckoning“ by Andrew Solomon

“The New Yorker”: “Putin’s Pique” by David Remnick

“Boston Magazine”: “The Murders Before the Marathon” by Susan Zalkind

“London Review of Books”: “Putin’s Counter-Revolution” by James Meeks

“The New York Times”: “Op-Doc: ‘My Brother’ Teddy’” by Kelly O’Brien

”The New York Times”: “The Future of Internet Freedom” by Eric E. Schmidt and Jared Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Why Russians Back Putin on Ukraine”
by Boris Kolonitskii

 

“The New York Times”: “Crimea Through a Game Theory Lens” by Tyler Cowen
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Silicon Valley’s Youth Problem” by Yiren Lu
 

“The Washington Post”: “36 ways the web has changed us” by Caitlin Dewey
 

“The Washington Post”: “Why Putin is winning in Russia” by Masha Gessen
 

“The Washington Post”: “Five Myths about her Cold War” by Mark Kramer
 

“The Independent”: “An unhappy anniversary: Why Bashar al-Assad’s end is as far away as ever – and why Syria’s rebels lost the plot” by Patrick Cockburn
 

“The Financial Times”: “Lunch with the FT: Saudi-Arabia’s Prince Turki al-Faisal” by Edward Luce
 

“FT Magazine”: “Helping Dad die: a daughter’s story” by Catherine Syer
 

“FT Magazine”: “Science: Can we extend a healthy life?” by Clive Cookson
 

“The Guardian”: “How 25 years of the Web inspired the travel revolution” by Kevin May
 

“The Observer”: “The mystery of MH 370 goes to the heart of our fears” by Stephanie Merrit
 

“The Observer”: “How to win wars by influencing people’s behavior” by Vaughan Bell

..........KALENDERWOCHE 10..........

“The Guardian”: “Picasso and Mondrian: genius at work” by Charles Darwent

“The Guardian”: “Karl Ove Knausgaard: the latest literary sensation” by Hari Kunzru

“The Guardian”: “Meet the seven people who hold the keys to worldwide internet security” by James Ball

“The Observer”: “Is the LRB the best magazine in the world?” by Elizabeth Day

“Financial Times”: “Teenage angst in a digital world” by Gautam Malkani

“FT Magazine”: “Voices from Bagdad” by Christine Spolar

“FT Magazine”: “How to save the US” by Simon Kuper

“The New York Review of Books”: “Will Scotland Go Independent?” by Jonathan Freedland

 “The New York Review of Books”: “The Women at the Top” by Marcia Angell

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Arundhati Roy, the Not-So-Reluctant Renegade” by Siddharta Deb

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Reaching My Autistic Son Through Disney” by Ron Suskind

“The New York Times”: “Has Privacy Become a Luxury Good?”
by Julia Angwin


“The Washington Post”: “How the Ukraine crisis ends” by Henry Kissinger

“The Washington Post”: “The US must lead again” by Condoleezza Rice

“The Atlantic”: “American Aqueduct: The Great California Water Saga” by Alexis C. Madrigal

“onearth”: “Transporting crude by trail: An Accident Waiting to Happen”
 

”The Verge”: “The Internet is Fucked” by Nilay Patel

“Newsweek”: “The Face behind Bitcoin” by Leah McGrath Goodman
 

.......KALENDERWOCHE 10.........

“The Washington Post”: “In Ukraine, Lenin finally falls” by Serhy Jekelchyk

“The Washington Post”: “How Washington lost its appeal” by Robert R . Kaiser

“The Washington Post”: “25 maps and charts that explain America today” by Niraj Chokshi and David Beard

“The New York Times”: “The Swiss Wake-up Call” by Silvie Kauffmann

“The New York Times”: “The Cold war: History Lesson That Needs Relearning” by Sam Tanenhaus

“The New York Times”: “Genetically Modified Babies” by Marcy Darnovsky

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Mammoth Cometh” by Nathaniel Rich

“The New Yorker”: “A Star in a Bottle” by Raffi Khatchadourian

“New York Magazine”: “Ghosting Julian Assange” by Andrew O’Hagan

“The New York Review of Books”: “In the Darkness of Dick Cheney” by Mark Danner

“The Atlantic”: „The Oracle of Ice Hockey: How a 70-year- old Finnish goalie coach is transforming a global sport” by Chris Koentges

“The Atlantic”: “The Tragedy of Venezuela” by Moses Naim

“The Guardian”: “Maidan, Ukraine…Tahrir, Egypt…the square symbolizes failure, not hope” by Simon Jenkins

"The Guardian”: “Rescue from Antarctica” by Alok Jha and Laurence Topham

“The Guardian”: “Oberndorf: The tiny German town that armed the world” by Ben Knight

“The Observer”: “Are the robots about to rise? Google’s new director of engineering thinks so…” by Carole Cadwalladr

“The Independent”: “The exodus of Christians from the Middle East” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “Enemy Within: The network of Britains who spied for Hitler during the Second World War” by Cahal Milmo
 

 ......KALENDERWOCHE 9.......

„The Virginia Quarterly Review“: „Tunesia’s  Dying Film Industry“
by Jesse Dukes

 

“The New York Times”: “Navigating Love and Autism” by Amy Harmon
 

“The New York Times”: “Godot Arrives in Sarajevo” by Srecko Horvat
 

“The New York Times”: “Memories of Chile” by Roger Cohen
 

“The Washington Post”: “5 reasons why you shouldn’t work too hard” by Brigid Schulte
 

“The Washington Post”: “Why the army should fire generals and promote captains” by Adrian Bonenberger
 

“The New Yorker”: “This Old Man: Life in the Nineties” by Roger Angell
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “Facism, Russia and Ukraine”
by Timothy Snyder

 

“The New York Review of Books”: “America: A New Populism?”
by Michael Tomasky

 

“The New York Review of Books”: “Under the Spell of Yoga”
by William Dalrymple

 

“London Review of Books”: “The public voice of women” by Mary Beard
 

“The Atlantic”: “Letting Go of Asperger’s” by Hanna Rosin
 

“Vanity Fair”: “Film vs. TV: Everyone Back to the Cineplex!” by James Wolcott
 

“Vanity Fair”: “Inside the Murdoch Divorce” by Mark Seal
 

 “The Independent”: “Sunni vs. Shia: The Oldest War on Earth Returns” by Paul Vallely
 

“The Guardian”: “Comrade Cartier-Bresson: the great photographer revealed as communist” by Sean O’Hagan
 

“FT Magazine”: “USA v China: Is this the New Cold War?” by Geoff Dyer
 

“BuzzFeed”: “36 Hours on the Fake Campaign Trail with Donald Trump” by McKay Coppins
 

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“The New York Times”: “False Nostalgia in Switzerland”
by THE EDITORIAL BOARD


“The New York Times”: “Paolo Sorrentino’s New Firlm: Beauty Among the Ruins” by Bebbe Severgnini

“The New York Times”: “Egypt’s War on Journalism” by Marwan Bishara

“The New York Times”: “Jewish Hospital a Fixture in Teheran” by Thomas Erdbrink

“The New York Times”: “The Lost Art of the Condolence Letter” by Saul Austerlitz

„The New York Times Magazine“: “Whose Turkey Is It” by Suzy Hansen

 “The New York Times Magazine”: “How to Build a Perfect Refugee Camp” by Mac McClelland
 

“The New Yorker”: “Amazon: Words Are Cheap” by George Packer

“New York Magazine”: “Stop Beating a Dead Fox” by Frank Rich

“The Washington Post”: “Syria’s War Must End” by Stephen Hawking

“The Washington Post”: “Islamic Republic at 35” by Jason Rezaian

“The New York Review of Books”: “Why Bach Moves Us” by George B. Stauffer

“The New York Review of Books”: “Who Was JFK?” by Frank Rich

“The New York Review of Books”: “To Kill a Child” by Stig Dagerman

“London Review of Books”: “Egypt: What Does Sisi Want” by Hazem Kandil

“London Review of Books”: “Incendiary Devices: The Edward Snowden Story” by Daniel Soar

“The Atlantic”: “Jesse Willms, the Dark Lord of the Internet” by Taylor Clark

“Rolling Stone”: “The Vampire Squid Strikes Again: The Banks’ Most Devious Scam Yet” by Matt Taibbi
 

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“Rolling Stone”: “Love and Death in the House of Prayer” by Jeff Tietz
 

“Jacobin”: “Today’s Worker: In the Name of Love” by Miya Tokumitsu
 

“New York Magazine”: “Stop Beating a Dead Fox” by Frank Rich
 

“New York Magazine”: “Chen Guangbiao’s Quixotic Quest for ‘The New York Times’: Most Well-Known and Beloved Chinese Role Model” by Jessica Pressler
 

“The London Review of Books”: “I haven’t been nearly mad enough” by Jenny Diski
 

“The London Review of Books”: “Ghosts of the Tsunami” by Richard Llyod Parry
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “Iran: A Good Deal Now in Danger” by Jessica T. Mathews
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “Unemployment:  Obama’s Toughest Job” by Jeff Madrick
 

“Vanity Fair”: “Christmas Eve, Murder at the Drama Club” by Adam Teicholz
 

“The Independent”: “Middle East: The war on Christianity” by Peter Popham
 

“The Independent”: “Charles and David Koch: the billionaire brothers ‘trying to buy America’” by David Usborne
 

“The Guardian”: “How Edward Snowden went from loyal NSA contractor to whistleblower” by Luke Harding
 

“The Guardian”: “The blog turns 20: a conversation with three internet pioneers” by Katie Rogers and Ruth Spencer
 

“The Guardian”: “Dark Lands: the grim truth about the ‘Scandinavian miracle’” by Michael Booth
 

“Financial Times”: “How the west might still win” by Edward Luce
 

“The New York Times”: “A Middle Eastern Primer” by Roger Cohen
 

„The New York Times“: „The Age of Infopolitics“ by Colin Koopman
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Confessions of a Tiger Couple” by Jennifer Szalai
 

“The Washington Post”: “Why Russians feel adrift in a post-Soviet world” by David Greene
 

“The Washingtonian”: “This is Danny Pearl’s Final Story” by Asra Q. Nomani

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“The Guardian”: “Africa is not a country” by Nicolas Kayser-Bril
 

“The Guardian”: “Good-bye Gaza: our correspondent reflects on her time in the Middle East” by Harriet Sherwood
 

”The Guardian”: „Hillary Clinton has a hitlist. Do you?”
by Leo Benedictus with further authors

 

“The Independent”: “Novelist Paul Theroux discusses the joys of travelling by train” by Paul Theroux
 

“Financial Times”: “Why the  first World War still divides us” by Peter Clarke
 

“The Washington Post”: “Jordan Valley emerges as core issue in Mideast peace talks” by William Booth and Ruth Eglash
 

“The Washington Post”:”A united call for action on climate change” by Kofi Annan
 

“The New York Times”: “The Life of a Female Journalist: Hot or Not?” by Amy Wallace
 

“The New York Times”: “New Truths That Only One Can See” by George Johnson
 

“The New York Times”: “How Long Have I Got Left?” by Paul Kalanithi
 

“The New York Times”: “$28’000 a Night: Hotels Compete to Attract Superrich Clientele” by Martha C. White
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Planet Hillary” by Amy Chozik
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Putin’s Olympic Fever Dream” by Steven Lee Myers
 

“The New Yorker”: ”Barack Obama: Three More Years” by David Remnick
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Greatest Catastrophe the World Has Seen” by R.J. W. Evans
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “On Breaking One’s Neck” by Arnold Relman
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “Syria’s Polio Epidemic” by Annie Sparrow
 

“Vanity Fair”: “Scandal in Sotchi: Putin’s Run for Gold” by Brett Forrest
 

“Mother Jones”: “Are We in an New Golden Age of Journalism?” by Tom Engelhardt
 

“Vanity Fair”: “Nigella Lawson & Charles Saatchi: Recipe for Scandal” by Kevin Goldman
 

 

“The New York Times”: “54 Places to Go to in 2014”
 

“The New York Times”: “Terrorism’s Fertile Ground” by Kennedy Odede
 

“The New York Times”: “What Patients Don’t Tell Their Doctors”
by Dr. Abigail Zuger

 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Online Avengers” by Emily Bazelon
 

“The New Yorker”: “Bad News: The reputation of Roger Ailes” by Jill Lepore
 

“The Washington Post”: “What we can learn from Ariel Sharon”
by Henry Kissinger

 

“The Washington Post”: “One family, two sacrifices” by Ian Shapira
 

“The Washington Post”: “Five Myths about Michelle Obama” by Robin Givhan
 

“The Guardian”: “The refugee challenge: can you break into Fortress Europe? – interactive” by Harriet Grant and John Domokos
 

”The Guardian”: “Invading Iraq was dumb enough. Now Congress wants to derail the Iran deal” by Stephen Kinzer 

“FT Magazine”: “How Japan stood up to old age” by David Pilling
 

“New York Magazine”: “The Collateral Damage of a Teenager”
by Jennifer Senior

 

“Vanity Fair”: “Childhood’s End: Does RIE Parenting Help?”
by Vanessa Grigoriadis

 

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Three Leakers and What to Do About Them” by David Cole
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “Africa Attacks the International Criminal Court (ICC)” by Kenneth Roth
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Financial Scandal: Why Have No High-Level Executives Been Prosecuted?” by Jed S. Rakoff
 

“London Review of Books”: “Diary: Forget France” by Perry Anderson
 

“London Review of Books”: “Astonishing Heloise” by Barbara Newman
 

“Rolling Stone”: “The Stealth War on Abortion” by Janet Reitman
 

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“The New Yorker”: “Could Unlimited Phone Surveillance Have Prevented 9/11?” by Lawrence Wright
 

“The New Yorker”: “The Writing Life: Structure” by John McPhee
 

“The New York Times”: “Ariel Sharon, Isreali Hawk Who Sought Peace on His Terms, Dies at 85” by Ethan Bronner
 

“The New York Times”: “Fighting to Kick the Habit” by Mike Tyson
 

“The New York Times”: “How to Talk to Kids about Death” by Abby Sher
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “A Speck in the Sea” by Paul Tough
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Murderer and the Manuscript” by Sarah Weidman
 

“Vanity Fair”: “Lebanon’s Refugee Crisis”
 

“Rolling Stone”: “The WikiLeaks Mole” by David Kushner
 

“The Independent”: “Alfred Hitchcock’s unseen Holocaust documentary to be screened” by Geoffrey MacNab
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “Afghanistan: The Desert of Death” by Anatol Lieven
 

“FT Magazine”: “Rafa Nadal: mind game” by John Carlin
 

“The Financial Times” (FT Essay Prize winner): “British Muslim Soldier” by Adnan Sarwar
 

“The Financial Times” (Essay Prize runner up): “A community of mortals” by Alexandra Zelman-Doring
 

“The Guardian”: “What is wrong with being alone?” by Sara Maitland
 

“The Guardian”: “How I lost my mother to dementia” by Sally Magnusson
 

“Wired”: “How the NSA almost killed the internet” by Steven Levy
 

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“The Financial Times”: “A freight adventure: Sailing the oceans on a container ship” by Horatio Clare
 

“The Guardian”: “Alain de Botton’s guide to art as therapy”
by Alain de Botton

 

“The Observer”: “Scientists tell us their favourite jokes: An electron and a positron walked into a bar…’”
 

“The Independent”: “Brain function ‘boosted after reading a novel’” by Tomas Jivanda
 

“The New Yorker”: “A Mission Gone Wrong: Losing the War on Drugs” by Mattathias Schwartz
 

“The New Yorker”: “New York City’s mayors: After Bloomberg” by Ken Auletta
 

“New York Magazine”: “The Dream of a Middle-Class New York”
by Benjamin Wallace-Wells

 

“The New York Review of Books”: “How al-Qaeda Changed the Syrian War” by Sarah Birke
 

“Vanity Fair”: “The Best Infographics of 2013” by Jack deLigter                                                                    

“The New York Times”: “Beyond Camps, Aiding Syrians Is Even Harder” by Norimitsu Omishi
 

“The New York Times”: “A Deadly Mix in Benghazi” by David D. Kirkpatrick
 

“The New York Times”: “For 2014, Tweet Less, Read More” by Frank Bruni
 

“The New York Times”: “In Praise of (Offline) Slow Reading” by David Mikics
 

“The Atlantic”: “Surviving Anxiety” by Scott Stossel
 

 “The Atlantic”: “12 Maps That Changed the World” by Urs Friedman
 

“Wired”: “Better Than Humans: Why Robots Must – And Will – Take Our Jobs” by Kevin Kelly
 

 “The Washington Post”: “Good or not, change is coming to the NSA” by Walter Pincus
 

“The Washington Post”: “NSA seeks to build quantum computer that could crack most types of encryption” by Steven Rich and Barton Gellman
 

 “Columbia Journalism Review”: “Evgeny (Morozov) vs. the Internet” by Michael Meyer
 

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„The New Yorker“: „Searching for Plant Intelligence“ by Michael Pollan
 

“London Review of Books”: “Mandela: Death of a Politician”
by Stephen W. Smith

 

“London Review of Books”: “Middle East: Hazards of a Revolution” by Patrick Cockburn
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “How Your Data Are Being Deeply Mined” by Alice E. Marwick
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “Fighting for the Soul of Ukraine” by Tim Judah
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Daggers of Jorge Luis Borges” by Michael Greenberg
 

“Vanity Fair”: “Accounting for Obamacare: Inside the Company That Built Healthcare.gov” by Bethany McLean
 

“The Atlantic”: “Topless Jihadis: Inside the World’s Most Radical Feminist Movement” by Jeffrey Tayler
 

“The Washington Post”: “Edward Snowden, after months of NSA revelations, says his mission is accomplished” by Barton Gellman
 

“The Washington Post”: “NASA: To go boldly (and on budget”
by Joel Achenbach

 

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Dave Barry’s Review of 2013, the Year of the Zombies” by Dave Barry
 

“The Guardian”: “Susan Sontag: The Complete Rolling Stone Interview by Jonathan Cott” (book review) by Jonathan Derbyshire
 

“The Guardian”: “35 reasons why I hate lists” by Carole Cadwalladr
 

“The Guardian”: “Barack Obama’s annus horribilis” by Dan Roberts
 

“The New York Times”: “2013: The Year in Pictures”
 

“The New York Times”: “An Ode to Spam” by Gail Collins
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Lives They Lived” by different authors
 

 “The New Atlantis”: “Do Elephants Have Souls?” by Caitrin Nicol
 

 

 

“The New York Times”: “The Great War’s Ominous Echoes”

by Margaret MacMillan

“The New York Times”: “The Selling of Attention Deficit Disorder” by Alan Schwarz

“The New York Times”: “How Doctors Die: Showing Others the Way” by Dan Gorenstein

“The New York Times”: “The Night Witch” by Alison Klayman

“The Washington Post”: “Refuge: 18 Stories from the Syrian exodus” by Kevin Sullivan and Linda Davidson

“The Washington Post”: “Syrian refugee crisis map”

“The Los Angeles Times”: “The Manhunt for Christopher Dorner” by Christopher Goffard, Joel Rubin and Kurt Streeter/Illustrations by Doug Stevens

“The New Yorker”: “A Radical Pope’s First Year” by James Carroll

“The New Yorker”: “First Steps in N.S.A. Reform” by John Cassidy

“The New York Review of Books”: “What We Learned in Tahrir” by Yasmine el Rashidi

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Financial Crisis: Why Have No High-Level Executives Been Prosecuted?” by Jed S. Raskoff

“Rolling Stone”: “Obama and Climate Change: The Real Story”
by Bill McKibben

“Esquire”: “There’s a Whole New Way of Killing Cancer” by Tom Junod and Mark Warren

“FT Magazine”: “The Caribbean: Paradise Lost” by Robin Wigglesworth

“FT Magazine”: “Justine Roberts of Mumsnet” by Lucy Kellaway

“The Guardian”: “The crossword at 100” by Lynne Truss

“The Observer”: “The Observer science quiz 2013” by Josh Davis

 

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