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Von Ignaz Staub, 22.04.2014

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“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

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“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

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“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

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“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

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„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

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„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

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“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

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“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

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„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


“The New York Times”: “False Nostalgia in Switzerland”

“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


“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


“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


“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


„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” 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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Die einfache Zusammenstelling ist Journal 21 unwürdig! Forget it, stop it!

Geht es eigentlich noch? Juan ist wohl einfach im Geiste....

Die einfache Zusammenstelling ist Journal 21 unwürdig! Fortgetönt it!

Wenn ich “Foreign Affairs”: “Israel’s Warlords: How the Military Rules in War and Peace” (book review) by Aluf Benn anclicke, kommt immer ein Artikel aus Vanity Fair über das afghanische Schulmädchen, das im Westen zu einer Ikone geworden ist. Ich möchte aber den Artikel über die Generale lesen, die seit Ben Gurion Israel regiert haben.

Warum sind die alle englisch? Da wird nur in eine Richtung über die Grenze geschaut, wie mir scheint.

«Blick über die Grenzen» und dann bloss englischsprachige Medien? Tipp: Ab und zu den «Courrier international» kaufen und lesen – er bildet die internationale Pressevielfalt auch tatsächlich als solche ab.