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TROUVAILLES

Von Ignaz Staub, 26.09.2016

Berichte in angelsächsischen Medien, ausgewählt von Ignaz Staub

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“The New York Times”: “Editorial: Hillary Clinton for President”

“The New York Times”: “Editorial: Why Donald Trump Should Not Be President”

“The New York Times”: “Europe: A Future Haunted by the Past” by Sewell Chan

“The New York Times”: “Jimmy Carter: A First Step for Syria? Stop the Killing” by Jimmy Carter

“The New York Times”: “What We Can Learn from Women Who Break the Rules” by Salamisha Tillet

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Voyages:  Visual Journeys by Six Photographers” by Andrea Franzetta, Joachim Ladefoged, David Maurice Smith, Kirsten Luce, Sebastián Luce & Raymond Meeks

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What We See When We Look at Travel Photography” by Gideon Lewis-Kraus

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Washington: President Trump’s First Term” by Evan Osnos

“The New York Review of Books”: “America’s Lost Workers” by Jeff Madrick

“New York Magazine”: “I Used to Be a Human Being” by Andrew Sullivan

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Real Power of Putin” by Benjamin Nathans

“The Atlantic”: “When Donald Meets Hillary” by James Fallows

“The Atlantic”: “How much do parents matter?” by Uri Friedman

“The Guardian”: “How to hide it: Inside the secret world of wealth managers” by Brooke Harrington

“The Guardian”: “Why more suburban women own guns: self-defense and the second amendment” by Amanda Holpuch

“The Guardian”: “John Sweeney’s top ten books on corruption” by John Sweeney

“The Guardian”: “The Iraqi family that fled their city five times” by Mona Mahmood

“The Guardian”: “America’s war: The killing of Jaiden Dixon and Tyler Dunn” by Gary Young

“The Independent”: “For the first time, Saudi Arabia is attacked by both Sunni and Shia leaders” by Robert Fisk

“Literary Hub”: “Three Short Essays on Air Travel” by Connie Porter et al

“Paris Review”: “Edward Albee: The Art of Theatre” by William Flanagan

“Medium”: “When You Cannot Generalize” by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
 

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“The New York Times”: ”Turkey’s Intelligentsia Kneels to Erdogan” by Sevgi Akarcesme

“The New York Times”: “Mohammad Javad Zarif: Let Us Rid the World of Wahhabism” by Mohammad Javad Zarif

“The New York Times”: “Another Cease-Fire in Syria? It Could Matter, Even if It Fails” by Max Fischer

“The New York Times”: “Turkish Dam Project Threatens to Submerge Thousands of Years of History” by Tim Arango (story) and Samuel Aranda (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “The National Museum of African American History and Culture” by The New York Times

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Alaska: Whale Hunters of the Warming Arctic” by Tom Kzzla

“The New Yorker”: “Dept. of Psychopharmacology: The Drug of Choice in the Age of Kale” by Ariel Levy

“New York Magazine”: “When Will New York City Sink?” by Andrew Rice

“The New York Review of Books”: “The True Story of Palmyra” by Hugh Eakin

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “How should journalism cover terrorism?” by Emily Bell

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “Muhammad Ali’s Lessons in Journalism” by Gerald Eskenazi

“The Washington Post”: “I treated kids in a Syrian hospital. We have no idea how to heal their trauma” by John Kahler

“The Washington Post”: “A virtuoso of violence: An arms dealer fuels Libya’s chaos” by Sudarsan Raghavan

“The Atlantic”: “The World Is a Thriving Slaughterhouse” by Roger Rosenblatt

“theguardiandocumentaries”: “Gun Nation”

“The Guardian”: “’The most alien place on earth’ – Nicholas Jubber on the Sahara” by Nicholas Jubber

“The Guardian”: “How role-playing shaped the Clintons’ marriage” by Suzanne Goldenberg

“The Guardian”: “Behind the hajj: Ahmed Mater’s photographs of a Mecca in flux”

“The Guardian”: “’You don’t fit the image: Hillary Clinton’s decades-long push against a sexist press” by Amber Jamieson & Adam Gabbatt

“London Review of Books”: “What Are We Allowed to Say?” by David Bromwich

“PoliticoMagazine”: “9/11: The Only Plane in the Sky” by Garrett Graff

“gush-shalom”: “Israel’s Impending Civil War” by Uri Avnery

“LRB blog”: “By the Black See” by James Morris
 

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“The Guardian”:  “9/11 health crisis: death toll from illness nears number of killed on day of attack” by Joanna Walters

“The Guardian”:  “Running for president is an arduous job” by Alan Yuhas

 “The Guardian”: ”’Throw the bastards out’: an American tradition from settlers to Trump” by Marcia Pally

“The Guardian”: “The long read:  Britain’s secret wars” by Ian Cobain

“The Guardian”: “Le Carré on le Carré”

“The Guardian”: “Great Helmsman or ruinous dictator? China remembers Mao, 40 years after death?” by Tom Phillips

“The Guardian”: “Inside the fight to reveal the CIA’s torture secrets” by Spencer Ackerman

“Financial Times”: “Lunch with the FT: Edward Snowden” by Alan Rusbridger

“FT Magazine”: “Compelling evidence: crime scene photographs” by Liz Jobey

“FT Magazine”: “The rude truth of modern politics” by Simon Kuper

“London Review of Books”: “Epigenetics: How to Get Another Thorax” by Steven Rose

“London Review of Books”: “Does Terrorism work?” by Thomas Nagel

“The Atlantic”: “Donald Trump and the Politics of Fear” by Molly Ball

“The Atlantic”: “The Virtual Surgeons of Syria” by Avi Asher-Schapiro

“The Atlantic”: “What It Feels Like to Die” by Jennie Dear

“The New York Times”: “Hillary Clinton Has Pneumonia: What that Means” by Niraj Chockshi

“The New York Times”: “We Need ‘Somebody Spectacular’: View from Trump Country” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Riding the Rails to the Summer of Love” by Nina Burleigh

“The New York Times”: “Obama on Climate Change: The Trends are Terrifying’” by Julie Hirschfeld, Mark Landler & Coral Davenport

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Fortress of Tedium: What I learnt as a Substitute Teacher“ by Nicholson Baker

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Edward Snowden’s Long, Strange Journey to Hollywood” by Irina Aleksander

“The New York Times”: “The Mystery at the Heart of Great Photographs” by Geoff Dyer

“New York Magazine”: “The Revenge of the Angels” by Gabriel Sherman

“The New York Review of Books”: “Revealing an Unknowns Cairo” by Claire Messud

“The Washington Post”: “Still finding kicks on Route 66” by Andrea Sachs

“Los Angeles Review of Books”: “The Case against Cats” by Colin Dickey

“OPEN”: “Thunder from the East” by Gideon Rachman

“nature”: “How to raise a genius: lessens of a 45-year study of super-smart children” by Tom Clynes

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“The New York Times”: “One Police Shift: Patrolling an Anxious America” by the NYT

“The New York Times”: “Voices from Europe’s Far Right” by Palko Karasz

“The New York Times”: “Israel Quietly Legalizes Pirate Outposts in the West Bank” by Isabel Kershner

“The New York Times”: “What Do You See in Art? Nearly 50 People Told Us” by Alex Vadkul

“The New York Times”: “National Parks, 100 Years In” by the NYT

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Where the Death Penalty Still Lives” by Emily Bazelon

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Can Netflix Survive in the New World It Created?” by Joe Nocera

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Dining: The Most Exclusive Restaurant in America” by Nick Paumgarten

“New York Magazine”: “The Fountain of Youth” by Benjamin Wallace

The New York Review of Books": "American Democracy Betrayed” by Elizabeth Drew

“The Guardian”: “’Blood on our hands’ – the fatal story of one American bullet” by Chris McGreal

“The Guardian”: “Pont of view: what is the point of raising a child” by Alison Gopnik

“The Guardian”: “In a world of crisis, shuttle diplomacy has lost its way” by Julian Borger

“The Guardian”: “Welcome to democrasi: how Erdogan got more popular than ever” by Christopher Bellaigue

“The Guardian”: “Clashing over conservation: saving Congo’s forests and its Pygmies” by Marine Gauthier & Riccardo Pravettoni

“London Review of Books”: “Machine Learning” by Paul Taylor

“The Times Literary Supplement”: “Hidden assets, hidden costs” by Edward N.. Luttwalk

“London Review of Books”: “A Lighthouse Keeper’s Diary” by Peter Hill

“gawker”: “How Things Work” by Nick Denton

“Literary Hub”: “Grappling with Russia” by Svetlana Alexievich

“Jacobin”: “A Brief History of Scientology” by Jon Anderson

“ndkane”: “Death and the Internet” by N D Kane

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“The Guardian”: “Why do some Turks hate the Gülenist movement so much?” by Constanze Lentsch

“The Guardian”: “U.S. National Parks at 100: Climate change will mean the end of national parks as we know them” by Oliver Milman

“The Guardian”: “The burkini ban: what it really means when we criminalise clothes” by Sheryl Garratt

“The Guardian”: “Cities – A ‘radical alternative”: how one man changed the perception of Los Angeles” by Colin Marshall

“The Guardian”: “The bomb that went off in my head” by Ian Whitwham

“The Guardian”: “China: the new space superpower” by Stuart Clark

“The Observer”: “Air Force One: The Ultimate Power Trip” by Peter Conrad

“FT Magazine”: “Big data, Google and the end of free will” Yuval Noah Harari

“The Atlantic”: “The Man with a New Head” by Sam Keane

“The New York Times”: “Italy’s Fragile Beauty” by Beppe Servergnini

“The New York Times”: “Syria’s Paradox: Why the War Only Ever Seems to Get Worse” by Max Fischer

“The New York Times”: “Saudis and Extremism: ‘Both the Arsonists and the Firefighters” by Scott Shane

“The New York Times”: “Why I Go to Aleppo” by Samer Attar

“The New York Times”: “Even Roger Federer Gets Old” by Brian Phillips

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Inside Facebook’s (Totally Insane, Unintentionally Gigantic, Hyperpartisan) Political-Media Machine” by John Herrman

“The New Yorker”: “Deutsche Bank’s S10-Billion Scandal” by Ed Caesar

“The Washington Post”: “Tim Cook, the interview: Running Apple is sort of a lonely job’” by Jena McGregor

“The Washington Post”: “Hillary Clintons Breakout moment at Wellesley College” by Frances Stead Sellars & Marilyn W. Thompson

“The Washington Post”: “A Fortress Against Fear” by Kevin Sullivan (story) & Matt McClain (photos and video)

“BuzzFeed”: “Why Europe Can’t Find The Jihadis In Its Midst” by Mitch Prothero

“Foreign Affairs”: “ISIS: Present at the Creation” by Harald Dooornbos & Jenan Moussa

“Medium”: “How To Legally Own a Person” by Nassim Nicholas Taleb

“Quartz”: “Why Women Drink” by Kristi Coulter

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“The New York Times”: “Brazil’s Uplifting Olympics” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times: “The Secret of Jamaica’s Runners” by Orlando Patterson

“The New York Times”: “The State of the Clinton-Trump Race: Is It Over?” by Nate Cohn

“The New York Times”: “‘The Arrangements’: A Work of Fiction” by Chimamanda Ngozi-Adice

“The New York Times”: “Chicago’s Murder Problem” by Ford Fessenden & Haeyoun Park

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Connoisseur of Pain” by Avi Steinberg

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: The Race for a Zika Vaccine” by Siddhartha Mukherjee

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from London: The Detectives Who Never Forget a Face” by Patrick Radden Keefe

“New York Magazine”: “The Cut: The Night That Obama and Hillary Founded ISIS” by Liz Meriwether

“The Washington Post”: “The inside story of how billionaires are racing to take you to outer space” by Christian Davenport

“The Washington Post”:  “The speech Donald Trump could give if he loses the lection but refuses to concede” by Mark Salter

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The Mystery that is Melania Trump” by Ken Otterbourg

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The quandary that is Bill Clinton” by Neely Tucker

“The Washington Post”: “President Trump’s inaugural address will be so great, believe me” by Gene Weingarten

“The Guardian”: “The secret history of Trumpism” by Timothy Schenk

“The Guardian”:  “Lost Cities #7: how NASA technology uncovered the ‘megacity’ of Angkor” by Oliver Wainwright

“The Guardian”: “Uncovering the brutal truth about the British Empire” by Marc Parry

“The Guardian”: “Aleppo’s underground orphanage offers haven to children bereaved by war” by Emma Graham-Harrison

“FT Magazine”: “The rise of personalized medicine” by Brooke Masters

“Foreign Affairs”: “America’s Awesome Military – And How to Make It Even Better” by Michael O’Hanlon & David Petraeus

“The Paris Review”: “The Language of Dogs” by Luc Sante
 

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“The New York Times”: “How the Arab World Came Apart” by Scott Anderson & Paolo Pellegrin (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “How the Most Dangerous Place on Earth Got Safer” by Sonia Nazario

“The New York Times”: “A Boy and His Internet” by Mohammed Hanif

“The New York Times”: “America’s Dangerous ‘Putin Panic’” by Ivan Krastev

“The New York Times Magazine”: ’I Have no Choice but to Keep Looking” by Jennifer Percy

“The New York Review of Books”: “Black Lives and the Police” by Darryl Pinckney

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Mystery of Hieronymus Bosch” by Ingrid D. Rowland

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Drone Presidency” by David Cole

“The Washington Post”: “The lives of Muslim terror victims matter too” by Abdi Nor Iftin

“The Washington Post”: “The Trump We Saw: Populist, frustrating, naïve, wise, forever on the make”  by Marc Fisher & Michael Kranich

“The Washington Post”: “Trump: A True Story” by David A. Fahrentholt & Robert O’Harrow Jr.

“The Washington Post”: “The challenge in Mosul won’t be to defeat the Islamic State. It will be what comes after” by David Petraeus

“The Washington Post”: “Political violence is no joke” by William Kennedy Smith & Jean Kennedy Smith

“politico”: “How to Hack an Election In 7 Minutes” by Ben Wofford

“FT Magazine”: “The world’s most famous landmarks – and the pictures you never see” by Geoff Dyer

“The Independent”: “ISIS has not radicalized young Muslims, it has infantilized them – and that is why it is so powerful and dangerous” by Robert Fisk

“The Guardian”: “John Oliver examines journalism’s many problems: the blame is on us” by Adam Gabbat

“The Guardian”: “Lost Cities #1: Babylon” by Justin Marozzi

“The Guardian”: “The rise of K2 – the drug is legal, dangerous – and it can’t be stopped” by Cathie Rodenberg (text) & Chris Arnade (photographs)

“London Review of Books”: “Diary: James Meek”

“London Review of Books”: “Among the Corbyn Supporters” by Tom Crewe

“The Paris Review”: “Travel Writing: Boon Companion” by Edward White

“propublica”: “The Great Republican Crack-up” by Alec MacGillis

“slate”: “Can Brazil Be Saved?” by Franklin  Foer
 

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“The New York Times”: “Moment in Convention Glare Shakes Up Khan’s American Life” by N.R. Kleinfield, Richard A. Oppel Jr. & Melisaa Edoy

“The New York Times”: “How to Play Nice with an Angry Erdogan” by Stephen Kinzer

“The New York Times”: “The Rifles That Fuel Modern Terror” by C. J. Chivers & Attila Futtaki (illustrations)

“The New York Times”: “How a Secretive Branch of ISIS Built a Global Network of Killers” by Rukmini Callimachi

“The New York Times”: “Of Thee I Read: The Unites States in Literature” by the NYT

“The New York Times”: “Health Secrets of the Amish” by Moises Velasquez-Manoff

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Brain That Couldn’t Remember” by Luke Dittrich

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: An Isolated Tribe Emerges from the Rain Forest” by Jon Lee Anderson

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History: Love in Translation” by Lauren Collins

“The New Yorker”: “Profiles: The Philosopher of Feelings” by Rachel Aviv

“The New York Review of Books”: “Why Growth Will Fall” by William D. Nordhaus

“The New York Review of Books”: “Austria: The Lessons of the Far Right” by Jan-Werner Müller

“The Washington Post”: “South Sudan: Where will we run this time?” by Kevien Sieff

“The Washington Post”: “He’s 77, frail and lives in Pennsylvania. Turkey says he’s a coup mastermind” by Abigail Hauslohner, Karen DeYoung & Valerie Strauss

“Financial Times”: “The making of Hillary Clinton: unpublished images of a would-be president” by Edward Luce

“The Guardian”: “The perils of being your own doctor” by Mert Erogul

“The Guardian“: „The day my brother was taken“  by David Kushner

“The Independent”: “No, Aleppo isn’t the new Srebrenica – the West won’t go to war over Syria” by Robert Fisk

“The Paris Review”: “Hunter S. Thompson, the Art of Journalism No.1” interviewed by Douglas Brinkley & Terry McDowell

“gatesnotes”: “America’s Best Days Are Not behind Us” by Bill Gates

“Vice Sports”: “The Drugs Won” by Patrick Hruby

“Slate”: “Is the Media Elite Failing to Reach Trump Voters?” by Isaac Chotiner

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“The New York Review of Books”: “Making Clinton Real” by Elizabeth Drew

“The New York Review of Books”: “Which Europe Now?” by Mervyn King

“The New York Review of Books”: “China: The People’s Fury” by Richard Bernstein

“The New York Times”: “Why Hillary Should Fear Optimism” by Ramesh Ponnuru

“The New York Times”: “How Benjamin Netanyahu Is Crushing Israel’s Free Press” by Ruth Margalit

“The New York Times”: “How the Vatican Can Shed Light on the Holocaust” by Gerald Posner

“The New York Times”: “At the Front in a Scarred Falluja” by Brian Denton (photographs & text)

“The New York Times”: “Harnessing the Immune System to Fight Cancer” by Denise Grady

“The New York Times”: “The Lives That Terrorism Cut Short Over Two Weeks in March” by the NYT

“The New York Times”: “If Mark Zuckerberg Can Be A Hacking Victim, So Can You” by Katie Rogers

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Olympics Issue” by the NYT

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At large: Why Obama has failed to close Guantanamo” by Connie Bruck

“The New Yorker”: “Onward and Upwards with the Arts: Nan Goldin’s Life in Progress” by Hilton Als

“The American Conservative”: “Hillbilly America: Do White Lives Matter?” by Rod Dreher

“The Guardian”: “Donald Trump: The madman in his castle” by Ben Fountain

“The Guardian”: “The future of Gaza” by Donald Macintyre

“The Guardian”: “The Man Who Invented Fiction review – what we owe Cervantes” by Daniel Hahn

“The Guardian”: “The Swiss hotel that’s just a bed on a mountain” by Simon Usborne

“The Guardian”: “Confessions of a killer policeman” by Raghu Kamad & Grace Jajo

“Financial Times”: “Why do we still watch the Olympics” by Simon Kuper

“Qutside”: “The World’s Most Dangerous Jungle” by Jason Motlagh

“Aeon”: “Nadia’s Story” by Ana Todorovic

“Politico”: “The End of Germany’s Golden Age” by Konstantin Richter

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“The Atlantic”: “The Triumph of the Chaos Candidate” by Molly Ball

“The Atlantic”: “Erdogan’s Final Agenda” by Uri Friedman

“The Atlantic: “After Ebola” by Lois Parshley

“The Observer”: “Does terrorism work? By Richard English – review” by Ian Burrell

“The Observer”: “Who is Tim Caine? Clinton’s ‘smart political pick’ for VP a bipartisan favorite” by Sabrina Siddiqi

“The Guardian”: “If at first you don’t succeed: how Hillary Clinton came back from the brink” by Jill Abramson

“The Guardian”: “Trump’s vision of America is ugly and dark. Clinton should respond with hope” by Michael Cohen

“The Guardian”: “The day I met Joseph Stalin” by Joy Hunter

“The Guardian”: “How an Argentinian man learned that his ‘father’ may have killed his real parents” by Uki Goni

“The Times Literary Supplement”: “Many Aspects of Goethe” by Osman Durrani

“London Review of Books”: “Brexit Blues” by John Lanchester

“London Review of Books”: “They could have picked…” by Eliot Weinberger

“London Review of Books”: “The Chilcot Report: A Grand and Disastrous Deceit” by Philippe Sands

“The Economist1843”: “Journeys: The Lunatic Express” by Daniel Knowles

“The New York Times”: “Behind Hillary’s Mask” by Gail Collins

“The New York Times”: “What Should A Powerful Woman Look Like?” by Kathleen Kennedy Townsend

“The New York Times”: “How Fox News’ Influence Grew Under Roger Ailes” by Pranya Joshi

“The New York Times”: “Pilgrimage: A 21st-Century to Mecca and Medina” by Luca Lucatelli

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Could Hillary Clinton Become the Champion of the 99 Percent?” by Gideon Lewis-Kraus

“The New Yorker”: “Donald Trump’s Ghostwriter Tells All” by Janae Meyer

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from India: Purifying the Godess” by George Black

“The New York Review of Books”: “Fences: A Brexit Diary” by Zadie Smith

“The New York Review of Books”: “ISIS: The Durability of Chaos” by Scott Atran

“The Washington Post”: “Ten years after last Lebanon war, Israel warns next one will be far worse” by William Booth

“The Washington Post”: “How’s Amanda? : A story of truth, lies and an American addiction” by Eli Saslow (story) & Bonnie Jo Mount (photographs)

“The Washington Post”: “The Year of Democratic Decay” by Daniel W. Drezner

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“The New York Times”: “The Arc of a Coup Attempt in Turkey” by the NYT

“The New York Times”: “Turkey’s Coup That Wasn’t” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “As Turkey’s Coup Unfolded, ‘the Whole Night Felt Like Doomsday’” by Tim Aranco and Ceylan Yeginsu

 “The New York Times”: “What Is a Constant Cycle of Violent News Doing to US?” by Katie Rogers

“The New York Times”: “Pool of Thought” by Richard A. Friedman

“The New York Times”: “Donald Trump, the Political Showman, Born on ‘The Apprentice’” by Michael M. Grynbaum & Ashley Parker

“The New Yorker”: “American Politics: How to Steal an Election” by Jill Lepore

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: A Tender Hand In The Presence of Death” by Larissa MacFarquhar

“The New York Review of Books”: “ISIS: The Cornered Beast” by Ahmed Rashid

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Brave New Uncertainty of Mervyn King” by Paul Krugman

“The New York Review of Books”: “Terrorism: The Wrong Conversation” by Masha Gessen

“The Washington Post”: “Turkey has had lots of coups. Here’s why this one failed” by Steven A. Cook

“The Washington Post”: “One Year Later: One July 25, 2016, President Obama commuted the prison sentences of 46 nonviolent drug offenders. Here’s what their lives are like now”

“The Independent”: “Turkey’s coup may have failed – but history shows it won’t be long before another one succeeds” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “ISIS is feeling threatened in Syria – that is why its reign of terror is spreading” by Patrick Cockburn


“The Guardian”: “How technology disrupted the truth” by Katherine Viner

“The Guardian”: “How the Internet was invented” by Ben Tarnoff

“The Guardian”: “Cameron had six years to change Britain. So what did he achieve?” by several authors

“The Guardian”: “Donald Trump: The Making of a Narcissist” by David Smith

“FT Magazine”: “Nuclear waste: keep out for 100’000 years” by Michal Stothard

“Quartz”: “How to govern Mars” by Michael J. Coren

 

 

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“The New York Times”: “Micah Johnson, Gunman in Dallas, Honed Military Skills to A Deadly Conclusion” by Richard Fausset, Manny Fernandez & Alan Blinder

“The New York Times”: “In the Turmoil Between Race and Policing, Children Pay a Steep Emotional Price” by Yamiche Alcindor

“The New York Times”: “In a Week of Emotional Swings, Police Face a Dual Role: Villain and Victim”by Michael Wilson & Michal Schwirtz

“The New York Times”: “How Trump Can Save the G.O.P.” by Sam Tanenhaus

“The New York Times”: “Climate Change Claims a Lake, and an Identity” by Nicholas Casey

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Police See Us and How They Train Us to See Them” by Greg Howard

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What Makes a Politician 'Authentic’?” by Jennifer Szala

“The New Yorker”: “American Chronicles: Who Are All These Trump Supporters?” by George Saunders

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Reykjavic: Iceland’s Historic Candidate” by Adam Gopnik

“New York Magazine”: “Edward Snowden: I, Snowbot” by Andrew Rice

“New York Magazine”: “The Business of Too Much TV” by Josef Adalian & Maria Elena Fernandez

“The New York Review of Books”: “He Tried to Be a Badger” by Elizabeth Kolbert

“The Washington Post”: “Researchers have found that war has a remarkable and miraculous effect” by Jee Guo

“The Guardian”: “Voices of America” by Megan Carpentier
Blair net Bush: how the UK went to war in Iraq” by Nick Hopkins

“The Guardian”: “Hisham Matar: ‘I don’t remember a time when words were not dangerous” Hisham Matar

“London Review of Books”: “Where are we now? – Responses to the Brexit Referendum”

“London Review of Books”: “Postcapitalism: One Click at a Time” by Owen Hatherley

“The Atlantic”: “Iraq: The World Capital of Terrorism” by Uri Friedman

“The Atlantic”: “The Dallas Shooting and the Advent of Killer Police Robots” by David K. Graham

“Electric Literature”: “Writing about Medicine May Be All That Can Save Us” by Andrew Solomon

“New Statesman”: “The biggest blunder of them all” by Andrew Marr

“Literary Hub”: “Qalandia Checkpoint: The Humiliation Machine” by Ben Ehrenreich

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“The New York Times”: “Elie Wiesel, Auschwitz Survivor and Nobel Prize Winner, Dies at 87” by Josebh Berger

“The New York Times”: “Barack Obama, the President of Black America?” by Michael Eric Dyson

“The New York Times”: “Brazil’s Olympic Catastrophe” by Vanesa Barbara

“The New York Times”: “A Slow, Steady Siege on an ISIS Stronghold in Libya” by Declan Walsh

“The New York Times”: “Britain To Leave Europe for a Lie” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Marine Le Pen: After Brexit, the People Spring Is Inevitable” by Marine Le Pen

“The New York Times”: “America Is Hitting the Road Again” by Clifford Krauss

"The New York Times Magazine”: “In the Russian Army, with Lust” by Nikolay Shevckenko

“The New Yorker”: “Books: How Bad Can a President Be?” by Thomas Mallon

“The New Yorker”: “Afghanistan’s Theorist-In-Chief” by George Packer

“The New Yorker”: “Profiles: Digging for Glory” by Paige Williams

“The New York Review of Books”: “US Presidential Elections: Can the monster be elected?” by Michael Tomasky

“The New York Review of Books”: “In the Depths of the Digital Age” by Edward Mendelson

“The New York Review of Books”: “Egypt, 41 months later” by Yasmine El Rshidi

“The Washington Post”: “What a real ‘Brexit Britain’ would look like” by Adam Taylor

“The Washington Post”: “Inside an Islamic State Prison in Fallujah” by Loveday Morris

“The Washington Post”: “A 30-year-old Saudi prince could jump-start or drive it off a cliff” by David Ignatius

“The Atlantic”: “The Forest Gump of the Internet” by Robinson Meyer

“The Atlantic”: “Being Chelsea Clinton” by Michelle Cottle

“The Guardian”: “Why elections are bad for democracy” by David Van Reybrouk

“The Guardian”: “Brexit: the disaster decades in the making” by Gary Younge

“The Guardian”: “How a Czech ‘super-spy’ infiltrated te CIA” by Benjamin Cunningham

“The Guardian”: “Why bad ideas refuse to die” by Steven Poole

“The Guardian”: “Vanessa Redgrave on why she was ready to die: ‘Trying to live was getting too tiring’” by Simon Hattenstone

“The Guardian”: “Self-driving cars: who’s building them and how do they work?” by Samuel Gibbs
 

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“The Guardian”: “Europhobia: a very British problem” by Geoffrey Wheatcroft

“The Guardian”: “As an English European, this is the biggest defeat of my political life” by Timothy Garton Ash

“The Guardian”: “A pyrrhic victory? Boris Johnson wakes up to the costs of Brexit” by Gaby Hinsliff

“The Guardian”: “The secret of taste: why we like what we like” by Tom Vanderbilt

“Financial Times”: “How a cautious nation came to tear down the political temple” by Philipp Stephens

“Financial Times”: “Reasons to rejoice about the breach” by Iain Martin

“Financial Times”: “Walt Disney: When Walt Went to China” by Charles Clover

“The London Review of Books”: “The Satoshi Affair” by Andrew O’Hagan

“The Atlantic”: “How American Politics Went Insane” by Jonathan Rauch

“The Atlantic”: “Women Are Writing the Best Crime Novels” by Jonathan Rafferty

“The Washington Post”: “Britain’s awful vote may be a tipping point” by Sebastian Mallaby

“The Washington Post”: “How the world’s most celebrated photo agency is celebrating its 70th birthday” by Kenneth Dickerman

“The New York Times”: “Britain’s Brexit Leap into the Dark” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Tony Blair: Brexit’s Stunning Coup” by Tony Blair

“The New York Times”: “I’m not Anti-Israel, I’m Ambi-Israel” by Etgar Keret

“The New York Times”: “Sheryl Sandberg on the Myth of the Catty Woman” by Sheryl Sandberg & Adam Grant

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Will Trump Swallow the G.O.P Whole?” by Marc Leibovich

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Marriage That Led to the Russian Track Teams’s Olympic Ban” by John Brant

“The New Yorker”: “Brexit Should Be a Warning about Donald Trump” by Amy Davidson

“The New Yorker”: “American Chronicles: The Woman Card” by Jill Lepore

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of War: Syria’s Shadow Doctors” by Ben Taub

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Swimmer as Hero: Taking the Plunge” by Iris Murdoch

 

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“The New York Times”: “European? British? These ‘Brexit’ Voters identify as English” by Steve Erlanger

“The New York Times”: “From Great Britain to Little England” by Neil Ascherson

“The New York Times”: “Words of Obama’s Father Still Waiting To Be Read by His Son” by Rachel L. Swarns

“The New York Times”: “What I Saw in Syria” by Declan Walsh

“The New York Times”: “The Garrison Keillor You Never Knew” by Cara Buckley

“The New York Times”: “Let Me Compete in Rio” by Yelena Isinbeava

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Parasite Underground” by Moises Velasquez-Manoff

“The Washington Post”: “Troubled. Quiet. Macho. Angry. The volatile life of the Orlando shooter” by Kevin Sullivan & William Van

“The Washington Post”: “What would Britain look like post-Brexit? Here are four possibilities” by Griff Witte

“The Washington Post”: “The economic shock of a ‘Brexit’” by Sebastian Mallaby

“The Washington Post”: “The Dalai Lama: ‘Why I’m hopeful about the world’s future’” by the Dalai Lama

“The Washington Post”: “How to Cover Donald Trump Fairly: A Style Guide” by Alexandra Petri

“The Guardian”: “Dear Britain: Don’t Brexit” by various authors

“The Guardian”: “Roger Federer: ‘I need the fire, the excitement, the whole rollercoaster’” by Simon Hattenstone

“The Guardian”: “’There’s a Pulse around every corner: why gay clubs matter” by Paul Flinn & Alexis Petridis

“The Guardian”: “McDonalds holds communities together” by Chris Arnade

“The New Yorker”: “The Mistrust of Science” by Atul Gawande

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Science: The Unseen” by Raffi Khatchadourian

“The New York Review of Books”: “Trump: The Haunting Question” by Elizabeth Drew

“The Atlantic”: “The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus’s Wife” by Ariel Sabar

“The Atlantic”: “The Management Myth” by Matthew Stewart

“London Review of Books”: “Diary: European Schools” by Peter Pomerantsev

“Columbia Journalism Review: “Thirteen Seconds. Dozens of bullets. One explosive photo” by Sam Roe

“Foreign Policy”: “Among the Khuligans” by James Appell

“War on the Rocks”: “Who Killed the Arab Spring?” by Derek Chollet

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“The Washington Post”: “The new norm: When tragedy hits, Americans stand divided” by Karen Tumulty

“The New York Times”: “Was Orlando Shooter Really Acting for ISIS? For ISIS, It’s all the Same” by Rukmini Callimachi

„The New York Times: „The Scope of the Orlando Carnage“ by Frank Bruni

“The New York Times”: “How They Got Their Guns” by Larry Buchanan, Josh Keller, Richard O. Oppel Jr. & Daniel Victor

“The New York Times”: “The Child Migrants of Africa” by Ashley Gilbertson

“The New York Times”: “What If PTSD Is More Physical Than Psychological” by Robert F. Worth

“The New York Times”: “Chasing a Vison of Japan” by Wendell Jamieson

The New York Times”: “Obituaries: Not Forgotten” by the New York Times

“The New York Times”: “Never the White Man’s Negro” by Joyce Carol Oates

“The New York Times”: “The Greatest? Here’s Why” by John Eligon

“The New York Times”: “The Diane Arbus You’ve Never Seen” by Randy Kennedy

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Mecca Goes Mega for the 21st-Century Pilgrim” by Luca Locatelli

“The New Yorker”: “Fiction: Maybe It was the Distance” by Jonathan Safran Foer

“The New Yorker”: “Lost at Sea on the Brink of the Second World War” by Amanda Schaffer

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Born Soldier” by Karl Marlantes

“The Washington Post”: “The Americans primed to fight their  government” by Kevin Sullivan

“The Washington Post”: “Why Americans are giving up citizenship in record numbers” by Yian Q. Mui

“The Washington Post”: “The sobering thing doctors do when they die” by Carolyn Y. Johnson

“The New York Review of Books”: “How to Understand ISIS” by Malise Ruthven

“The New York Review of Books”: “In the Depths of the Digital Age” by Edward Mendelson

“The Guardian”: “A radical approach to gun crime: paying people not to kill each other” by Jason Motlagh

“The Guardian”: “The Great Barrier Riff: a catastrophe laid bare” by Michael Slezak

“The Guardian”: “The Long Read: China’s memory manipulators” by Ian Johnson

“The Guardian”: “The battle for Falluja: ‘If they lose it, ISIS is finished’” by Ghaith Abdul-Ahab

“The Guardian”: “When New York City tried to ban cars” by Aaron M Ren

“Financial Times”: “Why don’t more women like Hillary” by Courtney Weaver

“Financial Times”: “Music in the age of algorithm” by Ludovic Hunter-Tilney

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“The New Yorker”: “The Outsized Life of Muhammad Ali” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “Hillary Clinton: Bill Problems” by Amy Davidson

“The New Yorker”: “The Journey to Europe” by Ben Taub

“New York Magazine”: “Hillary Clinton vs. Herself” by Rebecca Traister

“The New York Review of Books”: “US Election: Red and Blue Agony” by Elizabeth Drew

“The New York Times”: “Muhammad Ali, Titan of Boxing and the 20th Century, Dies at 74” by Robert Lipsyte

“The New York Times”: “When Muhammad Ali’s Twinkle Shone Brightest” by Dave Anderson

“The New York Times”: “Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel-Palestine” by Thomas L. Friedman

“The New York Times”: “Educate Your Immune System” by Moises Velasquez-Manoff

“The New York Times”: “Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person” by Alain de Botton

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The New York Issue: Life Above 800 feet”

“The Washington Post”: “The man who seduced the 7th fleet” by Craig Whitlock

“The Washington Post”: “America is under relentless attack – from within” by Kathleen Parker

“The Washington Post”: “The New Space Race” by Tim Meko & Christian Davenport

“The Washington Post”: “Breaking News: We Have Reached Peak Punditry” by Paul Farhi

“The Washington Post”: “Obama’s Legacy: Commander-in-Chief” by Thomas Gibbons-Neff

“Brookings”: “The Citizen Soldier – Moral Risk and the Modern Military” by Phil Klay

“The Hollywood Reporter”: “The Donald Trump Conversation: Politics’ ‘Dark Heart’ Is Having the Best Time Anyone’s Ever Had” by Michael Wolff

“The Guardian”: “Across Africa, the worst food crisis since 1985 looms for 50 million” by John Vidal

“The Guardian”: “The enduring whiteness of American media” by Howard French

“The Guardian”: “Pete Souza: photographing the real Barack Obama” by Jonathan Jones

“The Guardian”: “Milan? Paris? Tokyo? Which is the world’s city?” by Anna Hart

“The Independent”: “President Erdogan knows that visa-free travel for Turkey could solve his ‘Kurdish problem’” by Robert Fisk

“Financial Times”: “Simon Schama on the Broadway show ‘Hamilton’” by Simon Schama

“FT Magazine”: “Football’s tour de France” by Simon Kuper

“London Review of Books”: “Hitler: Hopping in His Matchbox” by Neil Ascherson

“London Review of Books”: “Autism: On the Spectrum” by Daniel Smith

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“The New York Times”: “How Kosovo Was Turned Into Fertile Ground for ISIS” by Carlotta Gall

“The New York Times”: “Bathroom Access: A Personal Battle Goes National” by Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Julie Bosman, Manny Fernandez & Julie Hirschfield Davis

“The New York Times”: “How Facebook Warps Our World” by Frank Bruni

“The New York Times”: “Untold Damage: America’s Overlooked Gun Violence” by Sharon La Franiere, Daniela Portat & Agustin Armendariz

“The New York Times”: “The Graves of the Marines I Lost” by J. Kael Weston

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Behind the Barricades of Turkey’s Hidden War” by Robert F. Worth

“The New Yorker”: “The Great Swiss Bank Heist” by Patrick Radden Keefe

“The New Yorker”: “Our Far-Flung Correspondents: The End of the End of the World” by Jonathan Franzen

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Awful Diseases on the Way” by Annie Sparrow

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Magic of Donald Trump” by Mark Danner

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Wars of Vladimir Putin” by Timothy Snyder

“The New York Review of Books”: “DNA: ‘The Power of the Beautiful Experiment” by H. Allen Orr

“The Washington Post”: “13, right now – This is what it’s like to grow up in the age of likes, lols and longing” by Jessica Contrera

“The Washington Post”: “It isn’t just Hiroshima – the many other things America hasn’t apologized for” by Adam Taylor

“The Washington Post”: “The secret life of Kim Yong Un’s aunt, who has lived in the U.S. since  1998” by Anna Fifield

“The Washington Post”: “On the Galapagos a species of land-dwellers evolves: Tourists” by Andrea Sachs

“The Washington Post”: “The New Language of Protest” by Teddy Amenabar

“The Guardian”: “Barcelona’s Ada Colau: Is this the world’s most radical mayor?” by Dan Hancox

“The Guardian”: “My father killed the Black Dahlia” by Alexis Sobel Fitts

“The Guardian”: “Inside the hunt for ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi” by Martin Chulov & Spencer Ackerman

“The Guardian”: “The world’s largest cruise ship and its supersize pollution problem” by Jon Vidal

“Financial Times”: “Book Essay: The Battle for Europe” by Tony Barber

“FT Magazine”: “The boy who escaped Trump country” by Edward Luce

“London Review of Books”: “Memoir of an Only Child” by Sheng Yun

“London Review of Books”: “The EU Referendum” by Ferdinand Mount

“London Review of Books”: “Edith Piaf: Like cold oysters” by Bee Wilson
 

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“The New York Times”: “Crossing the Line: How Donald Trump Behaved with Women in Private “ by Michael Barbaro & Megan Twohey

“The New York Times”: “Seeking Pluto’s Frigid Heart” by the NYT

“The New York Times”: “Australia or Anywhere” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “How I Survived Four and a Half Years in Captivity” by Shahbaz Taseer

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Mr. Trumps Wild Ride” by Robert Draper

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from London: The Astonishing Rise of Jeremy Corbyn” by Sam Knight

“The New Yorker”: “Portfolio by Diane Arbus: Full Exposure” by Claudia Roth Pierpoint

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Bittersweet Victories of Women” by Linda Greenhouse

“The New York Review of Books”: “Botticelli in Hell” by Andrew Butterfield

“The Atlantic”: “The Mind of Donald Trump” by Dan P. McAdams

“The Atlantic”: “How Kids Learn Resilience” by Paul Tough

“The Atlantic”: “There’s No Such Thing As Free Will” by Stephen Cave

“The Washington Post”: “This is how fascism comes to America” by Robert Kagan

“The Washington Post”: “The CIA’s mysterious role on the arrest of Nelson Mandela” by Adam Taylor

“The Guardian”: “The long read: The foul reign of the biological clock” by Moira Weigel

“The Guardian”: “I’m 16. Five months ago, I was diagnosed with terminal cancer” by Max Edwards

“The Guardian”: “The great leap upwards: China’s Pearl River Delta, then and now”

“The Guardian”: “Love and regret: mothers who wish they’d never had children” by Jedidajah Otte

“Financial Times”: “Lunch with the FT. Carlo Ancelotti” by Janan Ganeh

“Financial Times”: “Book Essay - Virtual memory: the race to save the information age” by Richard Ovenden

“London Review of Books”: “Memoir of an Only Child” by Sheng Yun

“London Review of Books”: “The EU Referendum” by Ferdinand Mount

“London Review of Books”: “Autism: On the Spectrum” by Daniel Smith

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“The New York Times”: “Voices from China’s Cultural Revolution” by Chris Buckley, Didi Kirsten,, Jane Perlez & Amy Qin

“The New York Times”: “Man vs. Marathon” by Jeré Longman

“The New York Times”: “The Israel Defense Forces vs. the People of Israel” by Shmul Rosner

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Improvisational Oncologist” by Siddhartha Mukherlee

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Cancer Almanac” by Ryan Bradley

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Sisters Who Treat the Untreatable” by Gillian Laub

“The New Yorker”: “Sensory Studies – Feel Me” by Adam Gopnik

“The New Yorker”: “Trump And American Despair” by George Packer

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Education: A Whole New Ball” by D.T. Max

“New York Magazine”: “America Is Ripe For Tyranny” by Andrew Sullivan”

“The Washington Post”: “The presidency is Hillary CIinton’s to lose. Here are 12 ways she could lose it” by James Hohmann

“The Washington Post”: “David Petraeus: Anti-Muslim bigotry helps Islamist terrorists” by David Petraeus

“The Washington Post”: “Scaling Everest” by Richard Johnson, Bonnie Berkowitz & Lazaro Gamio

“The Guardian”: “’The Central African Republic must be built from scratch’” by Clâr Ní Jonghaile

“The Guardian”: “Mohammed bin Salman: the prince trying to wean Saudi Arabia off oil” by Ian Black

“The Guardian”: “’On Stalin’s Team’ by Sheila Fitzpatrick review – Soviet bunglers and sadists” by Donald Rayfield

“The Observer”: “Loretta Lynch: America’s new Champion of equal rights” by David Smith

“Financial Times”: “Book Essay: Svetlana Alexievich on the collapse of communism” by John Lloyd

“London Review of Books”: “Trains in Space” by James Meek

“London Review of Books”: “Trans Narratives: Who Do You Think You Are?” by Jacqueline Rose

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “Snowden interview: why the media isn’t doing its job” by Emily Bell

“Harper’s”: “Postcard from Syria: A Sense of War” by Janine di Giovanni

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“The New York Times”: “Alzheimer’s: Fraying at the Edges” by N. R. Kleinfield

“The New York Times”: “Is America’s War on ISIS Illegal?” by Bruce Ackerman

“The New York Times”: “In Aleppo, We Are Running Out of Coffins” by Osama Abo el Ezz

“The New York Times”: “Back in Algeria? Then You’d Better Be Muslim” by Kamel Daoud

“The New York Times”: “What Makes Texas Texas” by Manny Fernandez

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Aspiring Novelist Who Became Obama’s Foreign-Policy Guru” by David Samuels

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Amateur Cloud Society That (Sort Of) Rattled the Scientific Community” by Jon Mooallem

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Karachi: A Pakistani Novelist Tests The Limits” by Dexter Filkins

“The New Yorker”: “The Political Scene: Who Is Melania Trump?” by Lauren Collins

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: Searching For Nazi Gold” by Jake Halpern

“The New Yorker”: “Creativity In A Self-Promoting Area” by Carrie Battan

“The New York Review of Books”: “James Baldwin & the Fear of a Nation” by Nathaniel Rich

“The New York Review of Books”: “California Notes” by Joan Didion

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Trumps: Golden Boy” by James Traub

“The Atlantic”: “Why So Many Smart People Are Not Happy” by Joe Pinsker

“The Atlantic”: “The Case Against Reality” by Amanda Gefter

”Financial Times”: “Lunch with the FT: David Petraeus” by Edward Luce

“Financial Times”; “Akris: The Alpha-woman’s label” by Jo Ellison

“The Guardian”: “The day we discovered our parents were Russian spies” by Shaun Walker

“The Guardian”: “The $ 10 bn question; what happened to the Marcos millions? by Nick Davies

“London Review of Books”: “Who do you think you are?” by Jacqueline Rose

“Vanity Fair”: “Al Sharpton, Revisited” by Suzanna Andres
 

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“The New York Times”: “President Obama Weighs His Economic Legacy” by Andrew Ross Sorkin

“The New York Times”: “In an Age of Privilege, Not Everyone Is in the Same Boat” by Nelson D. Schwartz

“The New York Times”: “The 18 Year-Old Fashion Influencer” by Guy Trebay

“The New York Times”: “The World Is Full of Dogs Without Collars” by James Gorman

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Chicago After Laquan McDonald” by Ben Austen

“The New York Times Magazine”: “A Lone Bullet’s Long Toll” by C. J. Chivers

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Italy: Beautiful Monsters” by Ariel Levy

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: A Mother for Hire” by Rachel Aviv

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Science: Same But Different” by Siddhartha Mukherjee

“The New York Review of Boks”: “Now the Writing Starts”: An Interview with Adonis” by Jonathan Guyer

“The New York Review of Books”: “Open the Cages!” by Peter Singer

“The Washington Post”: “When First Ladies meet: an awkward post-election White House tradition” by ate Andersen Brower

“The Atlantic”: “Cancer: The Final Frontier” by Vann E. Newkirk II

“The Atlantic”: “The Diseases You Only Get if You Believe in Them” by Julie Beck

“The Atlantic”: “The Hell After ISIS” by Anand Gopal

“The Atlantic”: “How Islam Created Europe” by Robert D. Kaplan

“Reddit”: “I Work for A Swiss Bank”

“The New Statesman”: “Shakespeare, our contemporary: The Bard 400 years later” by the New Statesman

“The Guardian”: “Writing about medicine” by Andrew Solomon

“The Guardian”: “Chernobyl 30 years on” by Kim Willsher

“Financial Times”: “Trump, Le Pen and the enduring appeal of nationalism” by Mark Mazower

“Financial Times”: “Book Essay: China’s Cultural Revolution” by Jeffrey Wasserstrom

“FT Magazine”: “The simple truth of language” by Simon Kuper

“Vanity Fair”: “Becoming Meryl (Streep)” by Michael Shulman

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“The New York Times”: “How to Travel the Earth And Protect It, Too” by Kate Galbraith

“The New York Times”: “Child, Bride, Mother: Nepal” by Stephanie Sinclair

“The New York Times”: “A Conversation with Wales” by James Nestor

“The New York Times”: “Frozen Life in Wartime Syria” by Janine de Giovanni

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Hillary Became a Hawk” by Mark Landler

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Iceland’s Water Cure” by Dan Kois

“The Washington Post”: “One woman helped the mastermind of the Paris attacks. The other turned him in” by Greg Miller & Souad Mekhennet

“The Washington Post”: “Obama’s Legacy: The Frist Black President” by Washington Post staff

“The Washington Post”: “In Trump’s German ancestral home, angst – and irritation – over U.S. election” by Frances Stead Sellers

“New York Magazine”: “Operation Trump: Inside the most unorthodox campaign in political history” by Gabriel Sherman

”New York Magazine”: “The Queens of Non-Fiction: 56 Women Journalists Everyone Should Read” by Anna Friedan

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Assad Files” by Ben Taub

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Science: A Radical Attempt to Save the Reefs” by Elizabeth Kolbert

“The New York Review of Books”: “Has Obama Held up the Law?” by David Luban

“The New York Review of Books”: “How Shakespeare Lives Now” by Stephen Greenblatt

“The New York Review of Books”: “Europe: A Better Plan for Refugees” by George Soros

“The New York Review of Books”: “Cuba: The Big Change” by Alma Guillermoprieto

“Financial Times”: “How fiction ruined love” by Allan de Botton

“Financial Times”: “The luck factor: fortune’s role in our lives” by Jonathan Derbyshire

“FT Magazine”: “On genocide and trauma” by Philippe Sands

“London Review of Books”: “What Is Money? - When Bitcoin Grows Up” by John Lanchester

“London Review of Books”: “Crisis in Brazil” by Perry Anderson

“The Guardian”: “’My soul is in Damascus’: portraits of life on the refugee trail” by Ghaith Abdul-Ahad

“The Guardian”: “Can Pakistan win its fight against the Taliban?” by Mohammed Hanif

“The Guardian”: “inside the Kunduz hospital attack: ‘It was a scene of nightmarish horror” by Emma Graham-Harrison & Dr. Kathleen Thomas

“Salon”: “An Interrogator’s Diary of Abu Ghraib” by Eric Fair

“The Atlantic”: “The New Fiction of Solitude” by Nicholas Dames
 

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“The Atlantic”: “Panama Papers: The Real Scandal Is What’s Legal” by Brooke Harrington

“The Atlantic”: “How A Cashless Society Could Embolden Big Brother” by Sarah Jeong

“The New York Times”: “The Endangered Species of Baseball” by Tyler Kepner

“The New York Times”: “Room for Debate: Is Anti-Zionism Anti-Semitism?”

“The New York Times”: “What I Learned from Tickling Apes” by Frans de Waal

“The New York Times”: “Exposures: When the Oilfields Burned” by Sebastiao Salgado

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The New Europeans” by James Angelos

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Fall of China’s Hedge-Fund King” by Alex W. Palmer

“The New Yorker”: “In the Future We Will Photograph Everything and Look at Nothing” by Om Malik

“The New Yorker”: “The Return of Moqtada al-Sadr, an Iraqi Operator” by Jon Lee Anderson

“The New Yorker”: “American Chronicles: The Voyeur’s Motel” by Gay Talese

“The New York Review of Books”: “Crackdown in China: Worse and Worse” by Orville Schell

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Disaster of Richard Nixon” by Robert G. Keiser

“The Washington Post”: “The suicide bomber ‘was a child, and he came to kill children” by Liz Sly

“The Guardian”: “Panama Papers – Mossack Fonsecca:  Inside the firm that helps the super-rich hide their money”

“The Guardian”: “US Elections 2016: ‘The system is rigged, the government coin-operated” by Wendell Potter & Nick Penniman

“The Guardian”: “Palmyra after Isis: a visual guide”

“The Guardian”: “50 documentaries you need to see” by Nick Fraser

“Financial Times”: “Lunch with the FT: Ukip’s Nigel Farage” by Henry Mance

“FiveThirtyEight”: “How Trump Hacked the Media” by Nate Silver

“Council on Foreign Relations”: “The Debate Over ‘Brexit’” by James McBride

“Council on Foreign Relations”: “What Is Encryption?”

“New Republic”: “What Should We Do with Big Data Leaks?” by Paul Ford

“Vanity Fair”: “London’s Big Jewel Heist” by Mark Seal

“Vanity Fair”: “Francis Ford Coppola: In Corleone Country” by Rich Cohen
 

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„The Guardian“: „What are the Panama papers? A guide to the biggest data leak in history” by Luke Harding

“The Guardian”: “Vladimir Putin: How to hide a billion dollars” by Luke Harding

“The Guardian”:”Putin’s best friend: The cellist who holds the key to his fortune” by Luke Harding

“The Guardian”: “How a Hong Kong corruption scandal sparked strife at Mossack Fonseca” by Joshua Robertson & Paul Farrell

“The Guardian”: “Mossack Fonsecca’s response to the Panama papers by Mossack Fonsecca

“The Washington Post”: “Witness the stunning devastation inside Aleppo’s destroyed souks” by Lorenzo Tugnoli (photots) & Loveday Morris (text)

“The Washington Post”: “Transcript: Donald Trump’s interview with Bob Woodward and Robert Costa” by Bob Woodward & Robert Costa

“The Washington Post”: “The big bust in the oil fields” by Chico Harlan

“The New York Times”: “How ISIS Built the Machinery of Terror Under Europe’s Gaze” by Rukmini Callimachi

“The New York Times”: “The Day Horror Invaded the Park” by Sarah Eleazar

“The New York Times”: “A Palestinian Teacher’s Methods Earn  the Attention of More Than Her Class” by Diaa Hadid

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Invisible Catastrophe” by Nathaniel Rich

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Panopticops” by Geoff Manaugh

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The End of Ice” by Dexter Filkins

“The New Yorker”: “Notorious Big” by Nicholas Lemann

“The New Yorker”: “Trumpism as Foreign Policy” by Steve Coll

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Europe: Alone in the Alps” by James Lasdun

“The Wall Street Journal”: “Machines That Will Think and Feel” by David Gelernter

“The Guardian”: “Generation Anthropocene: How humans have altered the planet for ever” by Robert Macfarlane

“The Guardian”: “Anorexia: you just don’t grow out of it” by Carrie Arnold

“The Guardian”: “Can Google’s ‘Deep Dream’ become an art machine?” by Alex Rayner

“The Guardian”: “Social recall: factors that can affect false memory” by Chris French

“The Guardian”: “I, narcissist – vanity, social media and the human condition” by Carmen Fishwick

“FT Magazine”; “Jostling for Djibouti” by Katrina Mason

“London Review of Books”: “The Man Who Built New York” by Jackson Lears

“London Review of Books”: “Can a King Have Friends?” by Hilary Mantel

“The Baffler”: “Withering on the Vine: A tale of two democracies” by Thomas Frank

“Vanity Fair”: “The Battle for Picasso’s Multi-Billion-Dollar Empire” by Milton Esterow

“Haaretz”: “The Strange Case of a Nazi Who Became an Israeli Hitman” by Dan Raviv & Jossi Melman
 

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

“The Washington Post”: “How Belgium became the hub of terror in Europa” by Greg Miller & Joby Warrick

“The Washington Post”: “Zika’s terrifying path” by Marc Fisher, Joshua Partlow & Mary Jordan

“The Washington Post”: “Garrison Keillor: Think moving abroad will save you form Donald Trump? Think again.” by Garrison Keillor

“The New York Times”: “The Islamic State’s European Front” by Daniel Byman

“The New York Times”: “A View of ISIS’s Evolution in New Details of Paris Attacks” by Rukmini Callimachi, Alissa J. Rubin & Laure Fourquet

“The New York Times”: “What Drives Siblings to Unleash Terror?” by Jim Yardley, Rukmini Callimachi &Scott Shane

“The New York Times”: “Fight” by Dan Barry

“The New York Review of Books”: “In the Capital of Europe” by Ian Buruma

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Victory of Ukraine” by Anne Applebaum

“The New York Review of Books”: “Voices from a different Syria” by Robyn Creswell

“The New York Review of Books”: “Israel. The Broken Silence” by David Shulman

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Amazing Career of a Pioneer Capitalist” by Martha Howell

“The New Yorker”: “Tunesia and the Fall After the Arab Spring” by George Packer

“The Guardian”: “The hunt for Radovan Karadzic, ruthless warlord turned ‘spiritual healer’” by Julian Borger

“The Guardian”: “Mocked and forgotten: Who will speak for the American white working class?” by Chris Arnade

“The Guardian”: “This may shock you: Hillary Clinton is fundamentally honest” by Jill Abramson

“The Guardian”: “What kind of first lady will Bill Clinton be if Hillary becomes president?” by Jean Hannah Edelstein

“The Guardian”: “Fertility trackers – Is this the end for the pill?” by Moira Weigel

“Financial Times”: “Lunch with the FT. Yanis Varoufakis” by Peter Spiegel

“Financial Times”: “Mohammed Assaf: The Golden Boy of Gaza” by Garth Cartwright

“FT Magazine”: “The fight against food fraud” by Nathalie Whittle

“London Review of Books”: “Murder in Mayfair” by Peter Pomerantsev

“London Review of Books”: “Deliverology: Tony Blair” by David Runciman

“TIME”: “The 30 Most Influential People on the Internet”

“The Atlantic”: “What Is a Robot?” by Adrienne LaFrance

“Mashable”: “Break the News” by Jason Abbruzzese
 

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“The New York Times”: “How Trump Lives, as Told by His Butler” by Jason Horowitz“The New York Times”: “Should Therapists Analyze Presidential Candidates?” by Robert Klitzman

“The New York Times”: “Cuba on the Edge” by Azam Ahmed

“The New York Times”: “A Journey Across Greece, a Bankrupt Land at Risk of Becoming a Refugee Prison” by Jim Yardley

“The New York Times”: “It’s Stephen Curry’s Game Now” by Scott Cacciola

“The New York Times”: “What Google Learned from its Quest to Build the Perfect Team” by Charles Duhigg

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Secrets of the Wave Pilots” by Kim Tingley

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Nonsuch Dive – A Descent into the Depths of the Atlantic Ocean” by Robert C. Fressson

“The New Yorker”: “The Political Scene: The Great Divide” by Ryan Lizza

“The New York Review of Books”: “Hillary & Women” by Zoe Heller

“The New York Review of Books”: “Putin: The Rule of the Family” by Masha Gessen

“Council on Foreign Relations”: “Syria’s War – The Descent into Horror” by Zachary Laub

“The Washington Post”: “Inside Syria’s War. I went to three cities. This is what I saw” by Loveday Morris

“The Washington Post”: “Mars – an interactive journey” by Christian Davenport

“The Boston Globe”: “Paul Bremer and the rise of ISIS” by Neil Swidey

“The Guardian”: “Being European: what does it mean?” by Nick Fraser

“The Guardian”: “Are French prisons ‘finishing schools’ for terrorism?” by Christopher de Bellaigue

“The Guardian”: “Radicalisation in Molenbeek: ‘People call me the mother of a terrorist” by Jason Burke

“Financial Times”: “Richard Ford on America’s Gun Problem” by Richard Ford

“FT Magazine”: “Facebook, Google and the race to sign up India” by Hannah Kuchler

“The Atlantic”: “The Obama Doctrine” by Jeffrey Goldberg

“The Development Set”: “Silicon Valley’s Unchecked Arrogance” by Ross Bard
 

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“The New York Times”: “Signs of Hope Five Years After Start of Syria’s War” by Anne Barnard, Maher Samaan & Derek Watkins

“The New York Times”: “25 Songs That Tell US Where Music Is Going”  by several authors

“The New York Times”: “The Migrant Crisis, Viewed by Air”

“The New York Times”: “To Maintain Supply of Sex Slaves, ISIS Pushes Birth Control” by Rukmini Callimachi

“The New York Times”: “The Unnatural Kingdom” by Daniel Duane

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter at Large: The Bidding War” by Matthew Aikins

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Greater the Sinner” by Damon Tabor

“New York Magazine”: “Death by Text” by Marin Cogan

“New York Magazine”: “Imagining President Trump: A Conversation”

“The Washington Post”: “U.N. faces growing scandal over sex abuse and ‘peacekeeper babies’” by Kevin Sieff (article) and Jane Hahn (photos)

“The Washington Post”: “How the Syrian revolt went so horribly, tragically wrong” by Liz Sly

“The Washington Post”: “A Marine’s Conviction” by John Wodrow Cox

“The Washington Post”: “Everything you need to know about appointing a Supreme Court justice” by Tim Meko, Dan Keating , Kevin Uhrmacher& Stephanie Stamm

“Carnegie Endowment”: “Israel’s Shrinking Democracy” by Lihi Ben Shitrit

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “Facebook Is Eating the World” by Emily Bell

“TIME: “The war against mosquitoes” by Alexander Sifferlin

“The Guardian”: “Top 10 inspiring female adventurers” by Rosemary J. Brown

“The Guardian”: “’He was a monster’: how priest child abuse tore apart Pennsylvania towns” by Joanna Walters

“Financial Times”: “Politics: stranger than fiction” by Sebastian Payne

“London Review of Books”: “How Public Inquiries Go Wrong” by Frederick Wilmot-Smith

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“The Washington Post”: ”How the Republican party created Donald Trump” by Dan Balz

“The Washington Post”: “Nancy Reagan Dies at 94” by Lois Romano

“The Washington Post”: “How to explain Putin’s jaw-droppingly high approval ratings” by Michael Birnbaum

“The Washington Post”: “Brain Hacking: hot-wired for happiness?” by Amy Ellis Nutt

“The Washington Post”: “Saudis are now working at Starbucks and McDonald’s. and that’s a big deal” by Hugh Naylor

“The New York Times”: “Tricked into Cheating and Sentenced to Death” by Shirin Ebadi

“The New York Times”: “Donald the Dangerous” by Nicholas Kristof

“The New York Times”: “The Libya Gamble Part 1: Hillary Clinton, ‘Smart Power’ and a Dictator’s Fall” by Jo Becker and Scott Shane

“The New York Times”: “The Libya Gamble Part 2: A New Libya, ‘With Very Little Time Left” by Scott Shane and Jo Becker

“The New York Times”: “In Saudi-Arabia, a Kingdom to Myself” by Ben Hubbard

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from El-Balyana ((Egypt): Living-Room Democracy” by Peter Hessler

“The New York Review of Books””: “Cancer: A Time for Sceptics”
by Jerome Gropeman

“The New York Review of Books”: “France: Is There a Way Out?” by Mark Lilla

“Financial Times”: “10 Years on Twitter” by Helen Lewis

“FT Magazine”: “Jaroslav Kaczynski: Poland’s kingmaker” by Henry Foy

“FT Magazine”: “Virtual reality: four ways it could change your life” by Tim Bradshaw

“The Guardian”: “How the changing media is changing terrorism” by Jason Burke

“The Guardian”: “Turkey’s turmoil: ‘Intimidation and paranoia dominates the land’” by Elif Shafak

“The Guardian”: “The all-female patrol stopping South Africa’s rhino-poachers” by Jessica Aldred

“The Guardian”: “Is opera the most misogynistic art form?”
by Charlotte Higgins


“The Guardian”: “The cult of memory: when history does more harm than good” by David Rieff

“GQ”: “The Real Story of Germanwings Flight 9525” by Joshua Hammer

“Vox”: “The rise of American authoritarianism” by Amanda Taub

“World Press Photo”: “The Bigger Picture: The Story of Migration”
 

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„The New York Times“: „The Party of Trump, and the Path Forward for Democrats” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Hillary Clinton’s Moment” by Frank Bruni

“The Washington Post”: “The GOP has two weeks to take down Donald Trump” by Dan Balz

“The New York Times”; “Taking Note: What Hillary Clinton’s South Carolina Win Means” by Elizabeth Williamson

“The New York Times”: “Could the Internet Do What the Euro Couldn’t?” by Mark Scott

“The New York Times”: “Room for Debate: Are Kurds Allies or Obstacles in Syria?”

“The New York Times”: “Dot Earth: Bill Gates Explains How to Make Climate Progress in a World Eating Meat and Guzzling Gas” by Andrew C. Revkin

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Robots Are Coming For Wall Street” by Nathaniel Popper

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Palau vs. the Poachers” by Ian Urbina

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Chicago: Father Mike” by Evan Osnos

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Science: The Stress Test” by Anna Goodyear

“The New Yorker”: “Dpt. Of Aviation: Helium Dreams” by Anne Marie Laskas

“The New York Review of Books”: “Liberal, Harsh Denmark” by Hugh Eakin

“The New York Review of Books”: “Windows on the Will” by Zadie Smith

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Koch’s Brothers New Brand” by Bill McKibben

“New York Magazine”: “The Single American Woman” by Rebecca Traister

”The Washington Post”: “Martyrs? Desperate? Crazy” Palestinians struggle to define Palestinians who attack Israelis” by William Boots

“The Guardian”: “A tour of Guantánamo Bay: ghostlike figures wait as a promise goes unfulfilled” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “The Memory Palace: hardcore history built on small moments” by Melissa Locker

“The Guardian”: “Play nice. How the internet is trying to design out toxic behavior” by Gaby Hinsliff

“The Guardian”: “Karl Ove Knausgaard: the shame of writing about myself” by Karl Ove Knausgaard

“The Guardian”: “Lagos is set to double in size in 15 years. How will my city cope?” by Chigozie Obioma

“Financial Times”: “Lunch with the FT: Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg” by Gideon Rachman

“Vulture”: “In Conversation: John Oliver” by David Marchese
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 8..........

“The New York Times”: “U.S. Elections. South Carolina and Nevada Takeaways: Messages Get Results” by Alexander Burns & Patrick Healey

“The New York Times”: “Is There Any Stopping Donald Trump?” by Frank Bruni

“The New York Times”: “Room for Debate Podcast: Can the American Dream Survive?”

“The New York Times”: “Syrian Officer Gave View of the War, ISIS Came, and Silence Followed” by Anne Barnard & Hwaida Saad

“The New York Times”: “Death, the Gospel and Me” by Kate Bowler

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Learning to Recycle in Switzerland, and Paying for It” by Laura Bauerlein

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Killing of Warren Weinstein” by Daniel Bergner

“The Washington Post”: “Jeb Bush’s failed campaign spent a ton of money on each vote” by Philip Bump

“The Washington Post”: “The Mind’s Biology” by Amy Ellis Nutt

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Milwaukee: Forced Out” by Matthew Desmond

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Truth About the Resistance” by Robert O. Paxton

“London Review of Books”: “Skullduggery in the Vatican” by Tim Parks

“London Review of Books”: “Israel’s Putinisation” by Adam Shatz

“Colombia Journalism Review”: “What’s Driving Israel’s Media Crackdown?” by Gregg Carlstrom

“Financial Times”: “Opinion: The left’s problem with Jews has a long and miserable history” by Simon Schama

“The Guardian”: “The conspiracy theorists who have taken over Poland” by Christian Davies

“The Guardian”: “Post-War Iraq: ‘Everybody is corrupt, from top to bottom. Including me’” by Martin Chulov

“The Observer”: “The superhero of artificial intelligence”
by Clemency Burton-Hill

“The Independent”: “Brian Mosteller: Meet the man who can practically read President Obama’s mind” by Colby Itkowic
 

.........KALENDERWOCHE 7..........

“The New York Times”: “Justice Antonin Scalia’s Supreme Court Legacy” by THE EDITORIAL BOARD

“The New York Times”: “America’s Syrian Shame” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Roots of the Recent Violence between Israelis and Palestinians” by Jon Huang, Jeremy White % Karen Yourish

“The New York Times”: “Elizabeth Warren: One Way to Rebuild Our Institutions” by Elizabeth Warren

“The New York Times”: “When the Hospital Fires the Bullet”
by Elisabeth Rosenthal

“The New York Times”: “’The Good Death’, ‘When Breath Becomes Air’ and More” by Andrew Solomon

“The New Yorker”: “The Death of Antonin Scalia” by Evan Osnos

“The New Yorker”: “Air Head: How Aviation Made the Modern Mind” by Nathan Heller

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Insomnia: In Search of Forty Winks”
by Patricia Marx

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Anger of Ta-Nehisi-Coates” by Darryl Pinckney

“The New York Review of Books”: “We Are Hopelessly Hooked” by Jacob Weisberg

“The New York Review of Books”: “A Country Breaking Down” by Elizabeth Drew

“The Washington Post”: “Five years after Egypt’s Arab Spring: ‘We didn’t need  a revolution’” by Sudarsan Rghavan & Heba Habib

“The Guardian”: “US supreme court: the key issues affected by death of Justice Scalia” by Molly Redden, Lois Becket & Edward Helmore

“The Guardian”: “How Isis hijacked pop culture, from Hollywood to video games” by Simon Parkin

“The Guardian”: “Where are the world’s highest cities?” by Nicholas Gill

“The Guardian”: “Which country has the best healthcare systems?” by Guardian reporters

“Financial Times”: “European Destinations: St.  Moritz on thin ice”
by Matthew Engel

“Financial Times”: “Bolivia’s Dreams of the Sea” by Laurence Blair

“The Independent”: “A plan must be made for ‘life after ISIS’ in the Middle East” by Robert Fisk

“The Atlantic”: “How America Is Putting Itself Back Together” by James Fallows
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 6.........

“The New York Times”: “The Zika Virus: Medical Mystery with a Global Reach” by Donald G- McNeil Jr., Simon Romero & Sabrina Tavernise

“The New York Times”: “Sick and Tired of ‘God Bless America’” by Susan Jacoby

“The New York Times”: “Despite Decades of Stealth, Sticking Points Bedevil F-35 Jet” by Clyde Haberman

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Roger Goodell’s Unstoppable Football Machine” by Marc Leibovich

“The New York Times Magazine”: “First Words: Fighting Erasure” by Parul Seghal

“The Washington Post”: “Islamic State Is no longer so formidable on the battlefield” by Hugh Naylor

“The Washington Post”: “The Waypoint – A visual journey through Lesbos” by Washington Post staff

“The Washington Post”: “New Hampshire is a fraud” by Henry Allen

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History: The head scarf, modern Turkey, and me” by Elif Batuman

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Bouvier Affair”by Sam Knight

“The New Yorker”: “Report from Grozny: Putin’s Dragon” by Yoshua Jaffa

“The New York Review of Books”: “A New Deal for Europe” by Thomas Piketty

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Clinton System” by Simon Head

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Psychologists Take Power” by Tamsin Shaw

“The Atlantic”: “Ted Cruz’s Revolution” by Molly Ball

“The Guardian”: “The Long Read: The most potent and elusive figure in British politics” by Andy Beckett

“The Guardian”: “The return of the dogs of war: what’s it like to be a soldier for hire?” by Emine Saner

“Financial Times”: “Lunch with the FT: Julius Malema” by David Pilling

“FT Magazine: Russia and China: friends with benefits” by Kathrin Hille

“FT Magazine”: “North Sea: after the fall” by Kiran Stacey

“Vanity Fair”: “The War for Europe” by Henry Porter

“Vanity Fair”: “Hillary’s Other Daughter” by William D. Cohan
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 5..........

“The Washington Post”: “Iowa caucus: Here’s how the voting works” by David Weigel

“The Washington Post”: “The fashion of politics” by Robin Givhan

“The New York Times”: “Rural Voters Can Swing the Iowa Caucuses. Meet Five of Them” by Alicia Parlapiano, Brent McDonald & Larry Buchanan

“The New York Times”: “Why Don’t Boomer Women Like Hillary Clinton?” by Gail Sheehy

“The New York Times”: “Room for Debate: Hillary Clinton Deals With Her Husband’s Transgressions”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What Does a Parrot Know about PTSD?” by Charles Siebert

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Wreck of Amtrak 188- What caused the worst American rail disaster in decades?” by Matthew Shear

“The New Yorker”: “Trump vs. Cruz: The Duel” by Ryan Lizza

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Haiti: Aftershocks” by John Lee Andrson

“New York Magazine”: “Who Knows Best – How smart do you have to bee to raise a baby?” by Lisa Miller

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Real Legacy of Steve Jobs” by Sue Halpern

“The Guardian”: “The rise and fall of Sarah Palin. Plucked from Alaska, she lost her soul” by Julia O’Malley

“The Guardian”: “The Long Read: Death of a Troll” by Aline Simone

“London Review of Books”: “Chemical Wonders: The Iran-Iraq War” by Joost Hiltermann

“London Review of Books”: “Diary: What a junior doctor does”
by Lana Spawls

“The Atlantic”: “Egypt: A Revolution Devours Its Children” by Lauren Bohn

“Financial Times”: “Why Muslim Integration Fails in Christian-Heritage Societies” by Claire L Adida,David D Laitin & Marie-Anne Valfort

“FT Magazine”: “Yazidis: Escape from ISIS”  by Erika Solomon

“FT Magazine”: “Last Boat to St. Helena” by Matthew Engel
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 4..........

“The New York Times”: “Election 2016: Of the People”

“The New York Times”: “Sanctions (and Sabotage) Helped Pressure Iran” By David E. Sanger

“The New York Times”: “Room for Debate: Does Iran Remain a Threat?”

“The New York Times”: “Can Iran Change?” by Adel bin Ahmad al-Jubair

“The New York Times”: “A Deadly Deployment, a Navy SEAL’s Despair” by Nicholas Kulish %
Christopher Drew

“The New York Times”: “Building the Future in Israel” by Yoav Gallant

“The New York Times”: “Where Virtual Reality Takes Us”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Why Is It so Difficult for Syrian Refugees to Get Into the U.S.” by Eliza Griswold

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Jerusalem: A Palestinian Israeli Leader for Peace” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “El Chapo, Episode III: The Farce Awakens” by Francisco Goldman

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: One Small Step” by D.T. Max

“New York Review of Books”: “The Collision Sport on Trial” by David Maraniss

“New York Review of Books”: “’The EU Is on the Verge of Collapse – An Interview” by Georg Soros & Georg Peter Schmitz

“The Guardian”: “’I was terribly wrong’ – writers look back on the Arab Spring five years on”

“The Guardian”: “Victim of Obama’s First Drone Strike: ’I am the living example of what drones are” by Spencer Ackerman

“The Guardian”: “Let’s make attending Davos as shameful as running a sweatshop” by Steve Hilton

“The Guardian”: “Alexander Litvinenko: the man who solved his own murder” by Luke Harding

“The Guardian”: “George Monbiot meets David Attenborough: ‘You feel apprehensive for the future, of course you do’” by George Monbiot

“FT Magazine”: “David Cameron’s adventures in Europe” by George Parker and Alex Barker

“Rolling Stone”: “Who poisoned Flint, Michigan?” by Stephen Rodrick
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 3..........

“FT Magazine”: “The plot thickens in the Middle East” by David Gardner

“The Observer”: “David Bowie, as remembered by…”

“The Observer”: “Is bacon dangerous? The science behind food trends” by Mohammadi & Dr. Ali Khavandi

“The Guardian”: “The future of the Egyptian revolution” by Jack Shenker

“The Guardian”: “America’s poorest town: a reservation town fighting alcoholism, obesity and ghosts from the past” by Chris McGreal

“The Guardian”: “How we made Pingu” interviews by Andrew Dickson & Ben Beaumont-Thomas

“London Review of Books”: “I Am French” by Jeremy Harding

“The New York Times”: “14 Testy Months Behind U.S. Prisoner Swap with Iran” by Peter Baker and David E. Sanger

“The New York Times”: “The Manhunt for the Drug Kingpin El Chapo” by Azam Ahmed

“The New York Times”: “Living Under the Sword of ISIS in Syria” by Marwan Hisham

“The New York Times”: “In Chile, Where Pablo Neruda Lived and Loved” by Joyce Maynard

“The New York Times”: “Assignment America: Little Havana” by Lizette Alvarez

“The New York Times”: “Footsteps: Elena Ferrante’s Naples, Then and Now” by Ann Mah

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Happiness Code” by Jennifer Kahn

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Trial of Alice Goffman” by Gideon-Lewis Kraus

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Fight for Mossul” by Luke Mogelson

“New York Magazine”: “My Wife and I Are (both) Pregnant” as told to Alexa Tsoulis-Reay & Sara Naomi Lewkowicz (photographs)

“The New York Review of Books”: “Kurosawa’s Japan Revisited” by Pico Iyer

“The Washington Post”: “How women are reshaping the post-9/11 Arab world” by Alex Laughlin

“Foreign Affairs”: “Saddam’s ISIS? - The Terrorist Group’s Real Origin Story” by Samuel Helfont & Michael Brill

“Vulture: “’The Big Short’: Hollywood’s Bank Run” by David Edelstein
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 2..........

“Rolling Stone”: “El Chapo Speaks: A secret visit with the most wanted man in the world” by Sean Penn

“New Republic”: “Lolita Turns Sixty” by Lolita Book Club

“The Washington Post”: “One year, two races: Inside the Republican Party’s bizarre, tumultuous 2015” by Dan Balz, Philip Rucker, Robert Costa & Matea Gold

“The Washington Post”: “In the land of pandas” by Lee Powell

“The New York Times”: “A Fighter’s Hour of Need” by Dan Barry

“The New York Times”: “52 Places to Go in 2016”

“The New York Times”: “The Light-Beam Reader” by Walter Isaacson

“The New York Times”: “Mohammad Javad Zarif: Saudi Arabia’s Reckless Extremism” by Mohammad Javad Zarif

“The New York Times”: “The Lawyer Who Became DuPont’s Worst Nightmare” by Nathaniel Rich

“The New Yorker”: “The Sporting Scene: The Wall Dancer”
by Nick Paumgarten

“The New Yorker”: “Letter form Jeddah: Sisters in Law” by Katherine Zoepf

“The Guardian: “Donald Trump: The White Man Pathology” by Stephen Marche

“The Guardian”: “’I went to join Isis in Syria, taking my four –year old. It was a journey into hell’” by Kim Willsher

“The Guardian”: “Is humour the best weapon against Europe’s new wave of xenophobic nationalism?” by Holly Case & John Palatella

“The Guardian”: “Therapy wars: the revenge of Freud” by Oliver Burkeman

“LRB blog”: “In Calais” by Caroline Phillips

“Carnegie Endowment for International Peace”: “Morocco’s Changing Civil Society” by Dörthe Engelke

“Foreign Affairs”: “How to Defeat ISIS: The Case for U.S. Ground Forces” by James F. Jeffrey
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 1..........

“Financial Times”: “Forecasting the world in 2016” by FT writers

“FT Magazine”: “The mystery of China’s missing brides” by Charles Clover

“The Guardian”: “The world in 2015 review: a year of living dangerously” by Sim Tisdall

“The Guardian”: “What will happen in 2016?”

“The Guardian”: “The man who exposed the lie of the war on drugs” by Ed Vulliamy

“The Guardian”: “How the banks ignored the lessons of the crash”
by Joris Luyendijk

“The Independent”: “You won’t hear it, but news from Afghanistan is bad” by Robert Fisk

“The Atlantic”: “Why America is moving left” by Peter Beinart

“The Washington Post”: “The A.I. Anxiety” by Joel Achenbach

“The Washington Post”: “7 stories you should read to really understand the Islamic State” by Swati Sharma

“The Washington Post”: “A socialist vision fades in Cuba’s biggest housing project” by Nick Miroff

“The New York Times”: “Q & A: How do Sunni and Shia Islam Differ?” by John Harney

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Terrible Beauty of Brain Surgery” by Karl Ove Knausgaard & Paolo Pellgrin (photographs)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Meaning of Serena Williams” by Claudia Rankine

“The New Yorker”: “Swamped: Jeb Bush’s Fight over the Everglades” by Dexter Filkins

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Activism. War of Words” by Laura Secor

“The New York Review of Books”: “ISIS in Gaza” by Sara Helm

“The New York Review of Books”: “Inside the Emperor’s Clothes”
by G.W. Bowersock

“London Review of Books”: “Digital Piracy: How Music Got Free”
by Derek Walmsley

 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 53.........

“The New York Times”: “Moments of Grace in a Grim Year”
by the Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “2015: The Year in Interactive Storytelling”

“The New York Times”:  “Behind the Black Flag: The Recruitment of an ISIS Killer” by C. J. Chivers

“The New York Times”: “In the Dirtiest Cities, Pollution Forces Life Changes” by Sona Patel

“The New York Times”: “Streaming TV Isn’t Just a New Way to Watch. It’s a New Genre” by James Poniewozik

“The New York Times”: “The Year in Pictures 2015”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Best Photo Books of 2015” by Teju Cole

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Ghosts in the Machine” by Jenna Wortham

“The New York Times T Magazine”: “One Man’s Mountaintop Fortress – and Playground” by Dana Thomas

“The Washington Post”: “Dave Barry’s Year in  Review: The sad thing is we’re not making this up!” by Dave Barry

“The Washington Post”: “The Image-Makers of 2015”

“The Washington Post”: “Meet the people on ‘Team Human’”
by Joel Achenbach

“The Washington Post”: “’A new kind of terrorism’ In Israel” by Ruth Eglash William Booth & Darla Cameron

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Science: Through a Looking Glass”
by Carolyn Korman

“The New York Review of Books”: “Forward Passes” by Darryl Pinckney

“London Review of Books”: “Military to Military: US Intelligence Sharing in the Syrian War” by Seymour Hersh

“The Guardian”: “Gaza’s children forced to work for a pittance among war-torn ruins” by Kate Shuttleworth

“The Guardian”: “The Best of Long Reads in 2015”

“The Guardian”: “Chinas ‘Train Hunter’ on a quest to chronicle its fast-expanding railways” by Tom Philipps
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 52..........

“The Guardian”: “The Machiavelli of Maryland” by Thomas Meaney

“The Guardian”: “’This is who we are.’ Portraits of eight Muslim Americans” by Rose Hackman

“The Guardian”: “Strike at 8’848 meters: Sherpa and the story of an Everest revolution” by Henry Barnes

“The Guardian”: “The mystery of India’s deadly exam scam” by Aman Sethi

“The New York Times”: “Has Europe Reached the Breaking Point?” by Jim Yardley

“The New York Times”: “Trump’s Weimar America” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Navy SEALs, a Beating Death and Claims of a Cover-up” by Nicholas Kulish,
Christopher Drew & Matthew Rosenberg

“The New York Times”: “The Assassination in Israel That Worked” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Room for Debate: Where Jihadism Grows”

“The New York Times”: “Born to be Conned” by Maria Konnikova

“The New York Times”: “How I Escaped Vietnam” by Minh Long

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Block the Vote” by Jim Ruttenberg

“The New York Times T Magazine”: “Making a Museum out of a Mountain” by Alice Gregory

“The Washington Post”: “The most unconventional weapon in Syria: wheat” by Annia Ciezadio

“The Washington Post”: “The book every new American citizen – and old one, too – should read” by Carlos Lozada

“New York Magazine”: “A most Violent Year – Baltimore, the Laboratory City” by Benjamin Wallace-Wells

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Hit List” by Samantha Subramanian

“The New Yorker”: “Our Far-Flung Correspondents: Medial Mountaineers” by Rebecca Solnit

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Florida: The Siege of Miami” by Elizabeth Kolbert

“msnbc”: “Geography of Poverty – A journey through forgotten America” by Matt Black (photos) & Trymaine Lee (text

“Vanity Fair”: “Can a French Friar End the 21st-Century Slave Trade?” by William Langewiesche

“Bloomberg Business”: “What Is Code?” by Paul Ford

“Nautilus”: “The Man Who Tried to Redeem the World with Logic” by Amanda Gefter

“The Atlantic”: “The Best Books I Read This Year” by several authors
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 51..........

“The New York Times”: “A Climate Deal That Was Six Fateful Years in the Making” by Coral Davenport

“The New York Times”: “What Does a Climate Deal Mean for the World?”

“The New York Times”: “Short Answers to Hard Questions about the Climate Deal” by Justin Gillis

“The New York Times”: “What Climate Change Looks Like”

“The New York Times”: “The 10 Best Books of 2015”
by Michiko Kakutani, Dwight Garner & Janet Maslin

“The New York Times”: “Hillary Clinton: ‘How I’d rein in Wall Street” by Hillary Clinton

“The New York Times”: “Room for Debate: Donald Trump’s America”

“The New York Times”: “Exploring the World on Foot” by Paul Salopek

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Deported” by Luke Mogelson

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: Trafficking in Terror” by Ginger Thompson

“New York Magazine”: “Hollywood’s Bank-Run” by Jessica Pressler

“The Washington Post”: “Viva la typewriter” by Ron Charles

“The Washington Post”: “Censor or die: The death of Mexican News in the age of drug cartels” by Dana Priest

“The Washington Post”: “Marc Zuckerberg should spend $ billion on undoing the damage done to democracies” by Anne Applebaum

“Council on Foreign Relations”: “The Eastern Congo” by CFR InfoGuide Presentation

“Foreign Affairs”: “The Calm before the Storm” by Nassim Nicolas Taleb & Gregory F. Trevorton

“Foreign Affairs”: “The Failure of Multiculturalism” by Kenan Malik

“The Guardian”: “Harper Lee: my Christmas in New York”

“The Guardian”: “What Orwell can teach us about the language of terror and war” by Rowan Williams

“The Guardian”: “Life stirs in Homs as Syrian rebels withdraw” by Lyse Doucet

“The Guardian”: “Life under ISIS in Raqqa and Mosul: ‘We’re living in a giant prison’” by Fazel Hamramy (Erbil), Shalaw Mohammed (Kirkuk) & Kareem Shaheen (Beirut)

“The Guardian”: “The ISIS papers: leaked documents show how Isis is building its state” by Shiv Malik

“The Independent”: “What we’ll say when we look back on the Donald Trump presidency” by Boyd Tonkin

“The Independent”: “95 incredible pictures that sum up 2015” by Ryan Ramgobin

“FT Magazine”: “’Awakenings’ by Marilynne Robinson” by Marilynne Robinson

“Vanity Fair”: “Can Miami Beach Survive Global Warming?” by David Kamp
 

..........KALENDERWOCHE 50..........

“The Guardian”: “In a world of words, pictures still matter” by Stuart Franklin

“The Guardian”: “What will it take to stop Donald Trump?” by Dan Roberts, Ben Jacobs & Mona Chalabi

“The Guardian”: “Master of the house. Why we should fight for truly private spaces” by Thomas McMullan

“The Guardian”: “The Louvre comes to Abu Dhabi” by Kanishk Tharoor

“The Guardian”: “Why I loved Charlie Brown and the Peanuts cartoons” by Stuart Jeffries

“The Observer”: “In search of a European Google” by Alex Hern

“The Observer”: “’Based on a true story’: the fine line between fact and fiction” by Geoff Dyer & others

“FT Magazine”: “The long and dangerous road to slavery” by James Politi & Maggie Fick

“London Review of Books”: “Magical Thinking about ISIS” by Adam Shatz

“London Review of Books”: “Loaded Dice: Ta Nehisi-Coates” by Thomas Chatterton Williams

“The New York Times”: “End the Gun Epidemic in America” by the Editorial Board”

“The New York Times”:  “The Last Dalai Lama?” by Pankaj Mishra

„The New York Times“: „Black Artists and the March Into the Museum” by Randy Kennedy

“The New York Times”: “Dead at 41, with $ 13” by Juliet Macur

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Rights of Refugees Who Do Wrong” by Rachel Aviv

“The New Yorker”: “Teach Yourself Italian” by Jhumpa Lahiri

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: Bacteria on the Brain” by Emily Eakin

“The New York Review of Books”: “Xi’s China: The illusion of Change” by Ian Johnson

“The New York Review of Books”: “Reimagining Journalism: The Story of the One Percent” by Michael Massing

“The New York Review of Books”: “Challenging the Oligarchy” by Paul Krugman

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Sultan of Turkey” by Christopher de Bellaigue

“The Washington Post”: “U.S.A.: The math of mass shootings” by Bonnie Berkowitz, Lazaro Gamio, Denise Lu, Todd Lindeman & Kevin Uhrmacher

“The Washington Post”: “Fear, faith and the rise of Ben Carson” by Stephanie McCrummen

The Nation”: “What I discovered From Interviewing Imprisoned ISIS Fighters” by Lydia Wilson

“The Atlantic”: “The Silicon Valley Suicides” by Hanna Rosin

“The Atlantic”: “Why Promo Levi Survives” by William Deresiewisz

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“The New York Times”: “After Attacks, the Soul of Paris Endures” by THE NEW YORK TIMES

“The New York Times”: “100 Notable Books of 2015”

“The New York Times”: “Once in Guantánamo, Afghan Now Leads War Against ISIS and Taliban” by Joseph Goldstein

“The New York Times”: “Michel Houellebecq: How France’s Leaders Failed its People” by Michel Houellebecq

“The New York Times”: “A Century Ago, Einstein’s Theory of Relativity Changed Everything” by Dennis Overbye

“The New York Times Magazine”: “A Dream of a Secular Utopia in ISIS’ backyard” by Wes Enzinna

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Paris: The Long Night” by Alexandra Schwartz

“The New Yorker”: “Medical Dispatch: Inflamed” by Jerome Groopman

“The New York Review of Books”: “A Hemingway Surprise” by David Bromwich

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Refugees & the New War” by Michael Ignatieff

“The Atlantic”: “The Ecstasy of Donald Trump” by Molly Ball

“GQ”: “This Donald Trump Interview Is the Best. You’re Gonna Love It” by Chris Heath

“The Washington Post”: ”America has never actually welcomed the world’s huddled masses” by María Cristina García

“The Washington Post”: “End of the line - Nearing the Arctic Circle refugees ask: ‘What’s this place?’” by Stephanie McCrummen & Linda Davidson (photos)

“The Washington Post”: “Three Unsung Heroes in the Middle East” by David Ignatius

“The Washington Post”: “How the United States Helped Create the Islamic State” by Juan Cole

“The Guardian”: “Edward Snowden meets Arundhati Roy and John Cusack: ‘He was small and lithe, like a house cat’”

“The Guardian”: “We should see the big picture. But all we can see is Paris” by Peter Preston

“The Guardian”: “The first casualty of war debate is uncertainty” by Peter Beaumont

The Guardian”: “Peanuts cartoonist Charles Schulz on the necessity of loserdom” by Sam Thielman

“The Independent”: “33 books everyone should have read before turning 30” by Drake Baer & Richard Feloni

“Financial Times”: “The FT’s Best Books of 2015”

“Foreign Affairs”: “France’s Perpetual Battle Against Terrorism” by Robin Simcox
 

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“The New York Times”: “Inside Raqqa, the Capital of ISIS”

“The New York Times”: “IS Wives and Enforcers in Syria Recount Collaboration, Anguish and Escape” by Azadeh Moaveni

“The New York Times”: “Room for Debate: Does Europe Need a New Surveillance System?”

“The New York Times”: “In Rise of ISIS, No Single Missed Key but Many Strands of Blame” by Ian Fischer

“The New York Times”: “The Attacks in Paris Reveal the Strategic Limits of Isis” by Olivier Roy

“The New York Times”: “The Danger of Placing Your Chips on Beauty” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “’Times Insider: Reporting Europe’s Refugee Crisis”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Doomsday Scam” by C.J. Chivers

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Women of Hollywood Speak Out” by Maureen Dowd

“The Washington Post”: “Inside the surreal world of the Islamic State’s propaganda machine” by Greg Miller & Souad Mekhennet

“The Washington Post”: “The Belgian neighborhood indelibly linked to jihad” by Steven Mufson

“The Washington Post”: “$ 3 billion over 41 years: How the Clintons methodically cultivated donors” by Matea Gold, Tom Hamburger & Anu Narayanswamy

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: Helping Hand” by Karen Russell

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Doomsday Invention” by Raffi Khatchatourian

“The New York Review of Books”: “From Mumbai to Paris” by Ahmad Rashid

“The New York Review of Books”: “The War ISIS Wants” by Scott Atran & Nafees Hamid

“The New York Review of Books”: “Yale: The Power of Speech” by David Corn

“The Guardian”: “Losing her mind and watching it go: the slow suffering of Lewy body disease” by Rose Hackman

“The Guardian”: “1966: the year youth culture exploded” by Jn Savage

“The Observer”: “The scientists with reason to be cheerful” by Ed Cumming

“Financial Times”: “Lunch with the FT: John Oliver” by Matthew Garrahan

“FT Magazine”: “Satellite wars: a news arms race in our skies” by Sam Jones

“The Intercept”: “Edward Snowden Explains How to Reclaim Your Privacy” by Micah Lee

“GQ”: “President Obama and Bill Simmons: The GQ Interview” by Bill Simmons

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“The New York Times”: “What Will Come After Paris” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Could Paris Happen Here?” by Steven Simon and Daniel Benjamin

“The New York Times”: “Fearing Fear Itself” by Paul Krugman

“The New York Times”: “Michel Houellebecq’s ‘Submission’” by Karl Ove Knausgaard

“New York Times”: “Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Gloria Steinem on the Unending Fight for Women’s Rights” by Philip Galanes

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Dream Live of Driverless Cars” by Geoff Manaugh

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Secrets in Greenland’s Ice Sheets” by Jon Gartner

“T Magazine”: “My $120’000 Vacation” by David Brooks

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Science: The Gene Hackers” by Michael Specter

“The New Yorker”: “American Chronicles: Politics and the New Machine” by Jill Lepore

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Mystery of IS” by Anonymous

“The New York Review of Books”: “Ayaan Hirsi Ali: How She Wants to Modify Muslims” by Max Rodenbeck

“The New York Review of Books”: “Betrayal in Burma” by Joshua Hammer

“The New York Review of Books”: “Even Worse than We thought” by Julian Barnes

“The Atlantic”: “Can the U.S. Military Halt Its Brain Drain?” by David Barno & Nora Bensahel

“Foreign Affairs”: “A Case of Putin Envy” by Valerie Sperling

“The Independent”: “’We remain blindfolded about Isis’, says the man who should know” by Robert Fisk

“The Guardian”: “Tibet’s plea: fix the roof of the world, before it’s too late” by Lobsang Sangay

“The Guardian”: “Mexico City’s water crisis: from source to sewer” by Jonathan Watts

“The Guardian”: “America’s poorest white town: abandoned by coal, swallowed by drugs” by Chris McGreal

“The Guardian”: “Delicate, but pivotal: Iran’s fractional politics explained” by Gareth Smith

“The Guardian”: “Why the BBC is worth saving” by Allan Little

“The Guardian”: “How Fox ate National Geographic” by Sam Thielman

“FT Magazine”: “Inside Atlético Madrid: can the club go global?” by Simon Kuper

“London Review of Books”: “Bantu in the Bathroom” by Jacqueline Rose
 

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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.

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Vor 50 Jahren, am 28. September 1966, starb André Breton. Er gilt als der wichtigste Vertreter des Surrealismus in Frankreich. Im 9. Arrondissement in Paris trägt ein Platz seinen Namen. Ursprünglich wollte André Breton, geboren 1896, Arzt werden. Aber seine Begegnungen mit Paul Valéry, Stéphane Mallarmé und Guillaume Apollinaire führten dazu, dass er sein Medizinstudium abbrach, um freier Schriftsteller zu werden. 1919 gründete er zusammen mit Louis Aragon und Philippe Soupault die Zeitschrift Littérature, die sich zunehmend dem Dadaismus öffnete. 1924 verfasste Breton auch unter dem Einfluss surrealistischer Maler wie Max Ernst und Salvatore Dali das „Manifest des Surrealismus“. Ursprünglich stand diese Bewegung dem Sozialismus nahe, aber 1935 brachen Breton und einige seiner Freunde mit der kommunistischen Partei Frankreichs. Während des 2. Weltkrieges emigrierte Breton mit finanzieller Unterstützung von Peggy Guggenheim zusammen mit seiner 2. Frau, der Malerin Jacqueline Lamba, nach New York. Der Begegnung mit ihr widmete Breton sein vielleicht erfolgreichstes literarisches Werk, L´Amour fou. Nach dem Krieg kehrte Breton nach Paris zurück und blieb dem Surrealismus, der bereits seinen Zenit überschritten hatte, verbunden. André Breton trug im Laufe seines Lebens die bedeutendste Privatsammlung surrealistischer Kunst zusammen. Nach seinem Tod wurden zahlreiche Werke versteigert. Das Centre Pompidou hat einen Teil der Sammlung erworben und stellt sie in einem eigens dafür eingerichteten Raum aus. (Foto: Keystone/STR) Mehr…