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TROUVAILLES

Von Ignaz Staub, 13.11.2017

Berichte in angelsächsischen Medien, ausgewählt von Ignaz Staub

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“The Washington Post”: “An alternative history of the year since Election Day 2016” by Rachel Sklar

“The Washington Post”: “Podcast: Can he (Donald Trump) do that?”

“The Washington Post”: “The lives lost in Sutherland Springs, Tex.” by the Washington Post staff

“The Washington Post”: “The Sound of hymns drifted from the country church. Then came gunfire” by Peter Holley, Eli Rosenberg, Joel Achenbach & Wesley Lowery
 

“The New York Times”: “How Did ‘Peace’ Become a Dirty Word in Israel?” by Shmuel Rosner

“The New York Times”: “I Want ‘Allahu Akbar’ Back” by Wajahat Ali

“The New York Times”: “Running Through the Heart of Navajo” by Michael Powell

“The New York Times”: “Thoughts and Prayer for Texas, N.R.A. Funding for Washington” by David Leonhardt, Ian Prasad Philbrick &Stuart A. Thompson

“The New York Times”: “The Climate Risks We Face” by Bradley Horton, Katharine Hayhoe, Robert Kopp & Sarah Doherty

“The New York Times”: “Louvre Abu Dhabi, a Cultural Cornerstone Where East Meets West” by Doreen Carvajal

“The New Yorker”: “Harvey Weinstein’s Army of Spies” by Ronan Farrow

“The New Yorker”: “Photo Booth: Richard Avedon’s and James Baldwin’s Joint Examination of American Identity” by Hilton Als

“New York Magazine”: “This Is What the Trump Abyss Looks Like” by Andrew Sullivan

“The New York Review of Books”: “Under the Banner of New York” by Zadie Smith

“The New York Review of Books”: “Year One: It’s Up to Us” by David Cole

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Pity of it All” by Frances FitzGerald

“The New York Review of Books”: “Syria: War of All against All” by Lindsey Hilsum

“The Guardian”: “Is the internet ultimately a force for good or evil?” by Emma Brockes

“The Guardian”: “The picture essay: Elena Ferrante’s Naples” by Sophia Seymour (test) & Giuseppe Di Vaio

“The Guardian”: “Why have we built a paradise for offshore billionaires?” by Thomas Frank

“The Guardian”: “The neuroscience of no regret: why people still support Brexit and Trump” by Dean Burnett

“The Guardian”: “The Long Read: How Britain did Gaddafi’s dirty work” by Ian Cobain

“The Guardian”: “Me and Barack Obama: eight years of photographing the president” by Pete Souza

“London Review of Books”: “The President and the Bomb” by Adam Shatz

“Vanity Fair”: “How Trump Brought the Political Media Class to its Knees” by Peter Hamby

“Wired”: “Love in the Time of Robots” by Alex Mar

“Lesswrong”: “Does Age Bring Wisdom?” by Scot Alexander

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“The Guardian”: “Paradise Papers leak reveals secrets of the world’s elite hidden wealth” by Juliette Garside

“The Guardian”: “What are the Paradise Papers and what do they tell us?” by Nick Hopkins

“The Guardian”: “Queen’s private estate invested millions offshore” by Hilary Osborne

“The Guardian”: “Trump commerce secretary’s business links with Putin family laid out in leaked files” by Jon Swaine & Luke Harding

“The Guardian”: “Is it too late to save the world? Jonathan Franzen on one year of Trump’s America” by Jonathan Franzen

“The Guardian”: “11/8/16: the documentary that asks us to relive the day Trump shocked America” by Adam Gabbatt

“The Guardian”: “From Zadie Smith to Ethan Hawke: why we love graphic novels”

“The Guardian”: “The Balfour declaration isn’t history, it’s an everyday reality for Palestinians” by Yasmeen el Khoudary

“London Review of Books”: “Interplanetary Gold Rush” by Aaron Bastani

“The Washington Post”: “2016 is the election that will never end” by Dan Balz

“The Washington Post”: “A Reconstruction of the New York City truck attack” by Monica Hesse

“The Washington Post”: “The Balfour Declaration still divides the Middle East 100 years later” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post”: “Anatomy of a Russian Facebook ad” by Leslie Shapiro

“The Washington Post”: “A mysterious virus is killing Africans. Scientists are racing to understand it before it goes global” by Lena H. Sun (story) & Melina Mara

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The Few, The Proud: Women marines define themselves” by Elizabeth Chang (story) & Béatrice de Gea (photos)

“The New York Times”: “Saudis Arrest One of the World’s Richest Men” by David D. Kirkpatrick

“The New York Times”: “Yayoi Kusama and the Amazing Polka-Dotted, Selfie-Made Journey to Greatness” by Roberta Smith

“The New York Times”: “Sensations of Sound” by Maureen Towy, Rachel Kolb & James Merry

“The New York Times”: “Seven Bizarre Notions Trump and His Team Have About America” by Andrew Rosenthal

“The New York Times”: “Silence of the Democrats” by Michael Tomasky

“The New York Times Magazine”: “A Post-Obama Democratic Party in Search of Itself” by Robert Draper

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The First Woman to Translate the ‘Oyssee’ into English” by Wyatt Mason

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Facebook’s Oracular Algorithm Determines the Fates of Start-Ups” by Burt Helm

“The New York Times”: “Times Documentaries: 796 Irish Children Vanished. Why?” by Kassie Bracken

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Syria: Dark Victory in Raqqa” by Luke Mogelson

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Science: A Pill to Make Exercise Obsolete” by Nicola Twilley

“The New Yorker”: “Books: How Stalin Became a Stalinist” by Keith Gessen

“Literary Hub”: “The world’s most famous manuscript” by Christopher de Hamel

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“The New York Times”: “If All Else Fails” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Jane Goodall’s Unparalleled Life in Never-Before Seen Footage” by Melina Ryzik

“The New York Times”: “Selling the Porsche to Promote Iranian Art” by Thomas Erdbrink

“The New York Times”: “The Perfect Woman to Paint Michelle Obama” by Naima Green

“The New York Times”: “Stranger Than Fiction: The Best True-Crime Stories” by Marylin Stasio

“The New York Times Style Magazine”: “The Greats”

“The New Yorker”: “The Family That Built an Empire of Pain” by Patrick Radden Keefe

“The New Yorker”: “Portfolio: Faces of an Epidemic” by Philip Montgomery (photography) & Margaret Talbot (text)

“The New Yorker”: “A Critic At Large: How Martin Luther Changed the World” by Joan Acocella

“The New Yorker”: “We Are Witnesses: A Portrait of Crime and Punishment in America”

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: After Welfare” by Katherine Boo

“The New York Review of Books”: “Myanmar: Marketing a Massacre” by Francis Wade

“The New York Review of Books”: “China’s Silk Road Illusions” by Philip Bowring

“The Washington Post”: “Is this who we are?” by The Editorial Board

“The Washington Post”: “How to fix American Democracy” by the Editors, Michael Bierut (illustration) & Kolin Pope (animation)

“The Washington Post”: “Red Century: The rise and decline of global communism” by Will Englund

“The Washington Post”: “The old obit man looks around” by Garrison Keillor

“Rolling Stone”: “Rachel Maddow:  The Rolling Stone Interview” by Janet Reitman

“The Guardian”: “Reality shrivels. This is your life Now: 88 days trapped in bed to save a pregnancy” by Katherine Heiny

“The Observer”: “What women want: a vivid portrait of female lives around the world”

“The Independent”: “The shocking rise of antisemitic, pro-Zionism Europeans” by Slavoj Zizek

“The Independent”: “What makes a serial killer tick?” by Andy Martin

“The Independent”: “There are still lessons to be learned from WW2” by Robert Fisk

“New Statesman”: “The Slow Train to Tallinn” by Matthew Engel

“Longreads”: “We’re All Mad Here: Weinstein, Women and the Language of Lunacy” by Laurie Penny

“Longreads”: “The Ghosts of the Tsunami” by Richard Lyod Parry

“National Geographic”: “Why Mata Hari Wasn’t a Cunning Spy After All” by Pat Shipman

“Slate”: “Terminal” by Henry Grabar

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“The Atlantic”: “40 Years Ago: A Look Back” by Alan Taylor

“The Atlantic”: “Civil-Rights Protests Have Never Been Popular” by Te-Nehisi Coates

“The Atlantic”: “Google X and the Science of Radical Creativity” by Derek Thompson

“The Atlantic”: “What Facebook Did to American Democracy” by Alexis C. Madrigal

“The New York Times”: “Deep in Trump Country, a Big Stake in Health Care” by Patricia Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Once Mocked, North Korean Cyberpower Is a Global Threat” by David Sanger, David D. Kirkpatrick & Nicole Perlroth

“The New York Times”: “The Ashes in Nappa” by Lindsey Lee Johnson

“The New York Times”: “Trump’s Attacks on the Press: Telling Escalation from Empty Threats” by Michael M. Grynbaum

The New York Times”: “Five Climate Truths Donald Trump Doesn’t Understand” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “August Wilson’s Pittsburgh” by John L. Dorman

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Prophet of Germany’s New Right” by James Angelos

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Washington: The Danger of President Pence” by Jane Meyer

“The New Yorker”: “Welcoming Our New Robot Overlords” by Sheelah Kolhatkar

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Cultural Axis” by Robert O. Paxton

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Adults in the Room” by James Mann

“The Washington Post”: “The opioid epidemic: The drug industry’s triumph over the DEA” by Scot Higham & Lenny Bernstein

“The Washington Post”: “Inside the ‘adult day-care center’: how aides try to control aTrump” by Ashley Parker & Greg Jaffee

“The Guardian”: “Balfour declaration: The contested century of ‘Britain’s calamitous promise’” by Ian Black

“The Guardian”: “’Norman said the president wants a pyramid’: how starchitects built Astana” by Oliver Wainwright

“The Guardian”: “End of the road: will automation put an end to the American trucker?” by Dominic Rushe

“The Guardian”: “Washington DC: Inside the controversial, sprawling, $ 500m Museum of the Bible” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “The Texas town where all the energy is green” by Tom Dart

“The Guardian”: “What kind of news should the BBC do or not do” by Jane Martinson

“BBC News”: “The thoughts of Chairman Xi” by Carrie Gracie

“London Review of Books”: “Belts, Boots and Spurs: Dunkirk 1940” by Jonathan Raban

“The Rolling Stone”: “Jerry Brown’s California Dream: The Rolling Stone Interview” by Tim Dickinson

“Mother Jones”: “Chilling Photos of the Hundreds of Thousands Ronhingya Fleeing Burma” by Greg Constantine (photos) & Samantha Michaels (text)

“Wired”: “Should Twitter and Facebook Be Regulated under the First Amendment” by Lincoln Caplan

“Wired”: “How to Build a Self-Conscious Machine” by Hugh Howey

“Longreads”: “Mr. Throat and Me” by Arnold Thomas Fanning

“Scientific American”: “How Ether Transformed Surgery” by Lindsey Fitzharris

“Dublin Review of Books”: “Our Language, Their Babble” by Michael Cronin

“Boston Review”: “Know Thy Futurist” by Cathy O’Neil

“Topic”: “The Story behind the Chicago Newspaper That Bought a Bar” by Andy Wright

“Aeon”: “Why nation states are good” by Dani Rodrick
 

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“The New York Times”: “Silicon Valley Is not Your Friend” by Noam Cohen

“The New York Times”: “What Killed the Promise of Muslim Communism?” by John T. Sidel

“The New York Times”: “Execution Still Haunts Village, 50 Years after Che Guevara’s Death” by Nicholas Casey

“The New York Times”: “The Republican’s Guide to Presidential Etiquette” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Asia Dreams in Sky Scrapers” by Jason M. Barr

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Photographer Who Saw America’s Monuments Hiding in Plain Sight” by Geoff Dyer

“The New York Times”: “Along the Mississippi” by Peter Kujawinski

“The New York Times”: “Harvey Weinstein, Hollywood’s Oldest Horror Story” by Maureen Dowd

“The New Yorker”: “From Aggressive Overtures to Sexual Assault: Harvey Weinstein’s Accusers Tell Their Stories” by Ronan Farrow

“The New Yorker”: “Trump Defies the World on Iran” by Robin Wright

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: Rex Tillerson at the Breaking Point” by Dexter Filkins

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Moscow: Russia’s House of Shadows” by Yoshua Jaffa

“The New Yorker”: “Jennifer Egan’s Travels through Time” by Alexandra Schwartz

“New York Magazine”: “Does Even Mark Zuckerberg Know What Facebook Is?” by Max Read

“The New York Review of Books”: “Catalonia on the Brink” by Miguel-Anxo Murado

“The New York Review of Books”: “Referendums: Yes or No?” by Neal Ascherson

“The Washington Post”: “How Sarah Huckabee Sanders sees the world” by Michelle Boorstein

“The Guardian”: “The scientists persuading terrorists to spill their secrets” by Ian Leslie

“The Guardian”: “How our visual memories are made” by Mark Cousins

“The Guardian”: “Raqqa: a journey into the destroyed heart of the Islamic capital” by Martin Chulov

“The Guardian”: “Farewell to a fairy place: are Chinatowns obsolete?” by Madeleine Thien

“The Guardian”: ”An independent Catalonia: practicalities of leaving Span” by Jon Henley

“The Atlantic”: “The Science behind Mona Lisa’s Smile” by Walter Isaacson

“The Atlantic”: “American Kakistocracy” by Norm Ornstein

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“The New York Times”: “The Victims of Las Vegas – Remembering Their Lives” by Julie Bosman, Amy Harmon, Christine Hauser, Jess Bigood & Maggie Astor

“The New York Times”: “A Matter of Minutes: Gunfire, Chaos and Death” by Jennifer Medina & Vivian Yee

“The New York Times”: “If Only Stephen Paddock Were a Muslim” by Thomas L. Friedman

“The New York Times”: “God Bless America” by Frank Bruni

“The New York Times”: “Co-parenting with Alexa” by Rachel Botsman

“The New York Times”: “Return of the German Volk” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “What Women Say They Need to Help Them Achieve Their Goals” by Alix Strauss

“The New York Times”: “After the Vote, Does the Kurdish Dream of Independence Have a Chance?” by David Zucchino

“The New York Times”: “Books: George Smiley and Other Old Friends Return in John Le Carré’s ‘A Legacy of Spies’” by Dwight Garner

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Fake News Turned a Small Town Upside Down” by Caitlin Dickerson

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What if Platforms like Facebook Are Too Big to Regulate?” by John Herrman

“The New York Times Style Magazine”: “What Does It Mean when An Artist Retires?” by Megan O’Grady

“The New Yorker”: “Profiles: Rachel Maddow: Trump’s TV Nemesis” by Janet Malcom

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Mexico: How Mexico Deals with Trump” by Jon Lee Anderson

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Chinese World Order” by Andrew J. Nathan

“The Washington Post”: “Jimmy Carter: What I’ve learned from North Korea’s leaders” by Jimmy Carter

“The Washington Post”: “The age of cyber romantics is coming to an end” by Onora O’Neill

“The Washington Post”: “Americans are addicted to outrage” by David Van Drehle

“The Washington Post”: “I used to think gun control was the answer. But my research told me otherwise” by Leah Libresco

“The Guardian”: “Delay, delay, delay: how the NRA handles a crisis” by Jason Wilson

“The Guardian”: “What’s the biggest question facing artists today?”

“The Guardian”: “The fall of Raqqa: hunting the last jihadis in ISIS’s capital of  cruelty” by Martin Chulov

“The Guardian”: “’Our minds can be hijacked’: the tech insiders who fear a smartphone dystopia” by Paul Lewis

“The Guardian”: “How to embrace unexpected silences” by Amber Hatch

“The Observer: “Writing about politics is just too important to be left to politicians – the 100 best political books” by Andrew Rawnsley

“BuzzFeed”: “Rupert Murdoch is the Media’s Unlikely Hero in the War against Facebook and Google” by Steven Perlberg & Mark Di Stefano

“Smithonaian.com”: “What Ever Happened to the Russian Revolution?” by Ian Frazier

“Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists”: “The effects of a single terrorist nuclear bomb” by Matthew Bunn & Nickolas Roth

“The Atlantic”: “The Coming Software Apocalypse” by James Somers

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“The Atlantic”: “Trump’s War Against the Media Isn’t a War” by Megan Garber

“The New York Times”: “Return of the German Volk” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “How to Survive the Apocalypse” by Alex Williams

“The New York Times”: “A Muslim American’s Homecoming: Cowboys, Country Music, Chapatis” by Sarah Khan

“The New York Times”: “Special Ops Forces: How Elite Forces Became Military Muscle” by Clyde Haberman

“The New York Times”: “How Big Banks Became our Masters” by Rana Faroohar

“The New York Times”: “How Turkey’s Refugee Response Is Different” by Rula Jebreal

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Mind of John McPhee” by Sam Anderson

“The New York Times Magazine”: “When ‘Not Guilty’ Is a Life Sentence” by Mac McClelland

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Myanmar: What Happened to Myanmar Human-Rights Icon?” by Hannah Beech

“The New Yorker”: “The Madmen Theory of North Korea” by Steve Coll

“The New York Review of Books”: “Take a Hike” by Charles Petersen

“The New York Review of Books”: “What Makes a Terrorist?” by Nafees Hamid

“The Washington Post”: “Amid congratulations over Saudi decision to let women drive, some are weary” by Sudarsan Raghavan & Karen DeYoung

“The Washington Post”: “The New Reality of Old Age in America” by Mary Jordan & Kevin Sullivan

“The Washington Post”: “A Texas showdown over Sharia” by Robert Samuels (story) and Ilana Panich-Linsman

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The world according to Washington’s third graders” by Britt Peterson (story), Adam Hayes (illustration) &Daniel Mich and Nicki Demarco (video)

“The Guardian”: “Revolutionary Road: on the trail of Che Guevara’s last days in Bolivia” by Clarie Boobbyer

“The Guardian”: “’Dazzling and worrying’: my memories of Bruce Chatwin and In Patagonia” by Susannah Clapp

“New Humanist”: “The Violence in Myanmar” by Francis Wade

“Tablet”: “Remembering Babi Yar” by Alex Ryvchin
 

“St. Louis Magazine”: “The unimaginable, infamous case of Pam Hupp” by Jeannette Cooperman

“Granta”: “Trollhättan” by Andrew Brown

“GQ”: “The Killing of Kim Jong-nam” by Doug Bock Clark

 “Vanity Fair”: “How Jared Kushner Is Dismantling a Family Empire” by Rich Cohen

“Boston Review”: “The Putin Problem” by Thomas Graham & Rajan Menon

“London Review of Books”: “What Is Great about Ourselves” by Pankaj Mishra

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“The Atlantic”: “Nuclear Waste: What Lies Beneath” by Andrew Curry

“The Atlantic”: “Boys Are Not Defective” by Amana Ripley

“The Atlantic”: “What Would a Hydrogen Bomb Do to the Pacific Ocean?” by Marina Koren

“The Guardian”: “Barzani on the Kurdish referendum: ‘We refuse to be subordinates” by Martin Chulov &Paul Johnson

“The Guardian”: “Slouching towards Biloxi: Joan Didion on life in America’s south” by Joan Didion

“The Guardian”: “We’re at the end of white Christian America. What will that mean?” by Jason Wilson

“The Guardian”: “Why we need the welfare state more than ever” by Chris Renwick

“The Independent”: “How women’s bodies became battle zones” by Sophie Cousins

“The Observer”: “The pursuit of loneliness: how I chose a life of solitude” by Hayley Campell

“The Times Literary Supplement”: “The Rise of Emoji” by Andrew Caines

“New Statesman”: “The Divisions of Germany” by James Hawes

“The Washington Post”: “Book Review: Is Trump mentally ill? Or is America? Psychiatrists weight in” by Carlos Lozada

“The Washington Post”: “President Trump is killing me. Really” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “The Mysterious Madame Giselle” by Manuel Roig- Franzia, Erin Patrick O`Connor (video) & Sam Ward (illustration)

“The Washington Post”: “Ken Burn’s American War” by Alyssa Rosenberg (story), Adriana Usaro (video) & Carol Alderman (production)

“The New York Times”: “American Democracy Is Drowning in Money” by Celestine Bohlen

“The New York Times”: “Pete Turner, Whose Color Photography Could Alter Reality, Dies at 83” by Richard Sandomir

“The New York Times”: “The Boys of Brexit: Tony Blair and Nigel Farage” by Maureen Dowd

“The New York Times”: “How Big Business Got Brazil Hooked on Junk Food” by Andrew Jacobs, Matt Richtel & William Daniels (photos)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Photo Essays: How Do Families around the World Spend Their Vacations”

“The New Yorker”: “Hillary Clinton Looks Back in Anger” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “Irma and Our Age of Standardized Disaster” by Amy Davidson Sorkin

“The New Yorker”: “Margaret Atwood, the Prophet of Dystopia” by Rebecca Mead

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Psychology: The Sorrow and the Shame of the Accidental Killer” by Alice Gregory

“The New York Review of Books”: “Soccer’s Culture of Corruption” by Simon Kuper

“The New York Review of Books”: “Brexit’s Irish Question” by Fintan O’Toole

“The New York Review of Books”: “Three Tales of Moral Corrosion” by Masha Gessen

“The New York Review of Books”: “How Terrorists Recruit” by Hafees Hamid

“The New York Review of Books”: “Liu Xiaobo’s Last Text” by Liu Xiaobo

“Rolling Stone”: “What Happens When a Superstorm Hits D.C.?”

“Rolling Stone”: “The Madness of Donald Trump” by Matt Taibbi

“marie claire”: “The Women Who Stand between You and Nuclear War” by Danielle McNally (story) and Tyler Joe (photographs)

“Longreads”: “Beauties and Burdens of the Long Haul” by Finn Murphy

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“The Guardian”: “Aung San Suu Kyi: what has happened to Myanmar’s icon of morality?” by Poppy McPherson

“The Guardian”: “Rocket ships, eagles and wedding cakes: the Chicago contest that led to a skyscraper explosion” by Oliver Wainwright

“The Guardian”: “Making war illegal changed the world. But it’s too easy to break the law” by Oona A. Hathaway & Scott J. Shapiro

“The Guardian”: “’Our society is broken’: what can stop Canada’s First Nations suicide epidemic?” by Selena Randhawa

“The Guardian”: “Top 10 books on postwar France” by Alex Christofi

“The Guardian”: “Eat, pray, live: the Lagos megachurches building their very own cities” by Ruth McLean

“The Atlantic”: “Will Donald Trump Destroy the Presidency?” by Jack Goldsmith

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

“The Atlantic”: “How the Vietnam War Broke the American Presidency” by Ken Burns & Lynn Novick

“The Atlantic”: “How to Die” by Jordan Michael Smith

“The New York Times”: “In Amish Country, the Future Is Calling” by Kevin Granville & Ashley Gilbertson

“The New York Times”: “In Our Prison on the Sea” by Mansoor Adayfi

“The New York Times”: “What Ani-Semitism in America Looks Like from Israel” by Shmuel Rosner

“The New York Times Magazine”: “RT, Sputnik and Russia’s New Theory of War” by Jim Rutenberg

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What Could We Lose if a NASA Climate Mission Goes Dark?” by Jon Gertner

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Pyongyang: The Risk of Nuclear War with North Korea” by Evan Osnos

“The New Yorker”: “The Case against Civilization” by John Lanchester

“The New Yorker”: “Sixteen Years after 9/11, How Does Terrorism End?” by Robin Wright

“The Washington Post”: “ISIS is near defeat in Iraq. Now comes the hard part” by Liz Sly & Aaso Ameen Schwan

“The Washington Post”: “Antifa: Guardians against fascism, or lawless thrill-seekers?” by Michael E. Miller

“The Washington Post”: “The deadliest period after a hurricane? After it’s over” By Rebecca Renner

“The Washington Post”: “Irma’s wrath: the most dramatic photos each day from the hurricane”

“The Washington Post”: “Bring back the ombudsman” by David Ignatius

“Longreads”: “The Oldest Restaurant in Kabul” by Maija Liuhto

“cincinatti.com”: “Seven Days of Heroin” by Enquirer and Media Network of Central Ohio staff

“Granta”: “If Mother’s Happy” by Kathleen McCall Moura

“Tablet”: “How Israel Went Nuclear” by Shimon Peres

“Nautilus”: “Your Next Best Fried Might Be a Robot” by Yongdong Wang & Francisco Alandre (illustrations)

“the Paris Review”: “The Art of Space Art” by Kastalia Medrano

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

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“The New York Times”: ”In the storm’s Path: ‘Like Waiting for a Monster’” by The New York Times

“The New York Times”: “Apocalyptic Thoughts among Nature’s Chaos? You Could Be Forgiven” by Henry Fountain

“The New York Times”: “The Trump Fever Never Breaks” by Katy Tur

“The New York Times”: “For Iraq’s long-suffering Kurds, Independence beckons” by Tim Arango

“The New York Times”: “Netanyahu’s No-State Solution” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “The Book That Us Feminists” by Carol J. Adams

“The New York Times”: “One Nation under a Movie Theatre? It’s a Myth” by Manolha Dargis & A.J. Scott

“The New York Times”: “Looking into the Future for a Child with Autism” by  Cammie McGovern

The New York Times Styles Magazine”: “Bruce Chatwin: One of the Last Great Explorers” by Hanya Yanagihara

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: Cancer’s Invasion Equation” by Siddhartha Mukherjee

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Trials of a Muslim Cop” by Rachel Aviv

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Mogadishu: “The Fight for Women’s Basketball in Somalia” by Alexis Okeowo

“The New York Review of Books”: “Clothes That Don’t Need You” by David Salle

“The New York Review of Books”: “What Are Impeachable Offenses?” by Noah Feldman & Jacob Weisberg

”The Washington Post”: “Stories from Irma: Feeling powerless as the storm finally arrives” by Patricia Sullivan, Leonard Shapiro, Perry Stein & Joel Aschenbach

“The Washington Post”: “Houston: ‘If they deport all of us, who will rebuild?’” by  Arelis R. Hernandez & Aaron C. Davis

“The Washington Post”: “Apparently, it’s illegal to laugh at Jeff Sessions” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “The Chosen” by Kevin Sieff (story) & Nichole Sobecki (photos)

“The Washington Post”: “How Silicon Valley is erasing your individuality” by Franklin Foer

“The Washington Post”: “How to escape North Korea” by Anna Fifield (story) & Paula Bronstein (photos)

“The Guardian”: “China’s clout has few limits: should we be worried about its new Silk Road” by Tom Miller

“The Guardian”: “After Harvey, it’s clear the secret of Houston’s success has also been its downfall” by Tom Dart

“The Guardian”: “Rouhanicare: Iranian president’s unsung domestic success” by Saed Kamali Dehghan

“The Guardian”: “No more nukes? Why anti-nuclear protests need an urgent revival” by Zoe Williams

“The Guardian”: “How the aristocracy preserved their power” by Chris Bryant

“The Observer”: “Sketching war: the writer who depicts Middle East conflict – in watercolour” by Killian Fox

“The Observer”: “The Wall Street Journal’s Trump problem” by Lucia Graves

“The Observer”: “The Jean-Michel Basquiat I knew…” by Miranda Sawyer

“The Independent”: “I once named Aung San Suu Kyi as one oy my biggest role models – then came the betrayal” by Sufiya Ahmed

“The Independent”: “The most important thing you should remember about hurricane Irma” by Skylar Baker-Jordan

“Longreads”: “Atomic City” by Justin Nobel

“Vanity Fair”: “The Obscure Economist Silicon Valley Billionaires Should Dump Ayn Rand For” by Michael Kinsley

“National Geographic”: “This Tiny Country Feeds the World” by Frank Viviano (story) & Luca Locatelli (photos)

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“The New York Times”: “What Climate Scientists Want to See You in the Floodwaters” by Katharine Mach & Miyuki Hino

“The New York Times”: “For One Family in Houston, an Overwhelming Start to Recovery” by Jack Healy

“The New York Times”: “The Photos the U.S. and Saudi Arabia Don’t Want You to See” by Nicholas Kristof

“The New York Times”: “Hezbollah, Iran’s Middle East Agent, Emissary and Hammer” by Ben Hubbard

“The New York Times”: “Afghanistan: The Empire Stopper” by Rod Nordland

“The New York Times”: “Google Doesn’t Want What’s Best for Us” by Jonathan Taplin

“The New York Times”: “Forty Years of ‘Voyager’” by Dennis Overbye, Jonathan Corum & Jason Drakeford

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How to Get Rich in Washington” by Nicholas Confessore

“The New Yorker”: “How Do You Make a TV-Show Set in the West Bank?” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “Profiles: Ken Burns’s American Canon” by Ian Parker

“The New Yorker”: “The Fake-News Fallacy” by Adrian Chen

“The New York Review of Books”: “Our Hackable Democracy” by Sue Halpern

“The New York Review of Books”: “Why We Must Still Defend Free Speech” by David Cole

“The New York Review of Books”: “Cartier-Bresson’s Distant India” by Ratik Asokan

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Hatful Monk” by Gavin Jacobson

“The Washington Post”: “John McCain: ‘It’s time Congress returns to regular order’” by John McCain

“The Guardian”: “Death in Bangladesh doesn’t draw a crowd like Melania” by Peter Preston

“The Guardian”: “There’s a disaster much worse than Texas. But no one talks about it” by Jonathan Freedland

“The Guardian”: “Two years on, has Angela Merkel’s welcome culture worked in Germany?” by Kate Connolly

“The Guardian”: “How the early internet fed the far right” by Jamie Bartlett

“The Guardian”: “The Last Nazi Hunters” by Linda Kinstler

“The Guardian”: “Salman Rushdie: ‘A lot of what Trump unleashed was there anyway’” by Emma Brockes

“The Guardian”: “My week in Lucky House: the horror of Hong Kong’s coffin homes” by Benjamin Haas

“The Guardian”: “Sea Prayer: a 360 story inspired by refugee Alan Kurdi” by Khaled Hosseini, Adeel Akhtar, Liz Edwatds, Francesca Panetta, Nicole Jackson, Shehani Fernando, Mona Mahmood, Anrick Bregman, Andrew Mason, Anetta Jones, Lisa Golden, Peregrine Andrews, So When, Kronos Quartet & UNHCR

“The Observer”: “Forget Wall Street – Silicon Valley is the new political power in Washington” by Olivia Solon & Sabrina Siddiqui

“The Independent”: “When did protest again the Assad government turn to war in Syria?” by Robert Fisk

“London Review of Books”: “The Saudi Trillions” by Malise Ruthven

“London Review of Books”: “What Is It Like to be an Octopus?” by Amia Srinivasan

“Granta”: “Notes on a Suicide” by Rana Dasgupta

“Politico”: “My Life at a Russian Propaganda Network” by Andrew Feinberg

“PoliticoMagazine”: “How Washington Made Harvey Worse” by Michael Grunwald

“The Ringer”: “Touching Death: The Turbulent Lift of One of America’s Last Snake-Handling Preachers” by Jordan Ritter Conn

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“The Observer”: “Hunger eats away at Venezuela’s soul as its people struggle to survive” by Emma Graham-Harrison

“The Guardian”: “The school beneath the wave: the unimaginable tragedy of Japan’s tsunami” by Richard Llyod Parry

“The Guardian”: “’The new Obama’: will Abdul El-Sayed be America’s first Muslim governor?” by Drew Philp

“The Guardian”: “The princess myth: Hilary Mantel on Diana” by Hilary Mantel

“The Guardian”: “Living in avoid: life in Damascus after the exodus” by Khaled Khalifa

“The Guardian”: “How hate-groups tried (and failed) to co-opt popular culture” by Charles Bramesco

“The Guardian”: “America’s ‘news deserts’: the death of the great alt-weeklies” by Annalies Winny

“The Washington Post”: “’My appetite for covering conflict faded gradually, a light waning until there was nothing left to see’” by Kenneth Dickerman (producer) & Finnbar O’Reilly (writer)

“The Washington Post”: “After Roger” by Giri Nathan 8story) & Calla Kessler (photos and video)

“The Washington Post”: “Acapulco is now Mexico’s murder capital” by Joshua Partlow & Michael Robinson Chavez (photos)

“The Washington Post”: “As a boy, I fled despotism in Cuba. Now I’m fighting it here in America” by Edel Rodriguez (text and illustrations)

“The Washington Post”: “The true story of two grizzly bear attacks that changed our relationship with wildlife” by Karen Brulliard

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History: The Pleasures of New York by Car” by Ian Frazier

“The New Yorker”: “Modern Times: Who Owns the Internet?” by Elizabeth Kolbert

“The New Yorker”: “A Critic At Large: Why Freud Survives” by Louis Menand

“The New York Times”: “16 Years of War in Afghanistan, in Pictures” by Rod Nordland

“The New York Times”: “What an Afghanistan Victory Looks Like Under the Trump Plan” by Rod Nordland

“The New York Times”: “In Afghanistan, a Destructive ‘Game of Thrones’” by Rod Nordland

“The New York Times”: “’It’s a Slow Death: The World’s Worst Humanitarian Crisis” by Shuaib Almosawa, Ben Hubbard & Troy Griggs

“The New York Times”: “Fleece of the Century” by Dan Barry

“The New York Times”: “Spies Like Us. A Conversation with John Le Carré and Ben Macintyre” by Sarah Lyall

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Roger Federer Upgraded His Game” by Peter de Jonge

“Quartz”: “The Life of Bitcoin Miners” by Zheping Huang & Joon Jan Wong

“Longreads”: “Finding Jihadi John” by Souad Mekhennet

“The Bridge”: “Future Wars” by Jim Greer

“Rolling Stone”: “Justin Trudeau: The North Star” by Stephen Rodrick

“Nautilus”: “The Limits of Athletic Performance” by Stephen Hsu

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“The Atlantic”: “The Road to Radicalism in Charlottesville” by Julia Joffe

“The Atlantic”: “Solving a Murder Mystery with Help of Ancestry Websites” by Ciara O’Rourke

“The New York Times”: “With Conrad on the Congo River” by Maya Jasanoff

“The New York Times”: “How to Get Away with Murder in Small-Town India” by Ellen Barry

“The New York Times”: “The Illuminating Power of Eclipses” by Kenneth Chang

“The New York Times”: “The 10 Best Places to Swim in the World, According to Me” by Loudon Wainwright III

“The New York Times”: “When Terror Came to Barcelona” by Miguel-Anxo Murado

“The New York Times”: “’At the Stroke of Midnight, My Entire Family Was Displaced‘”

“The New York Times”: “I Voted for Trump. And I Sorely Regret It” by Julius Krein

“The New York Times”: “Hard Truths or Easy Targets? Confronting the Summer of Trump Onstage” by Bill Brantley, Jesse Green & Alexis Soloski

“The New York Times”: “Editorial: Exit Steve Bannon”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Down the Breitbart Hole” by Wil S. Hylton

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Was an Italian Graduate Student Tortured and Murdered in Egypt” by Declan Walsh

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: Trump’s Business of Corruption” by Adam Davidson

“The New Yorker”: “Is There Any Point to Protesting” by Nathan Heller

“The New Yorker”: “Julian Assange, a Man Without a Country” by Raffi Khatchadourian

“The New York Review of Books”: “Fool, Cowards or Criminals” by Ian Buruma

“The Washington Post”: “A neo-Nazi’s rage-fueled journey to Charlottesville” by Abigail Hauslohner, Paul Duggan, Jack Gillum & Aaron C. Davis

“Daily Beast”: “It’s Time for the Lost Cause of the South to Get Lost” by Jack Schwartz

“BuzzFeed”: “High-profile Russian murdered:  Everyone thinks he was whacked” by Jason Leopold, Ken Bensinger, Heidi Blake, Alex Campell, Tom Warren, Jane Bradley & Richard Holmes

“Longreads”: “Whose fault was Dunkirk”?  by Lynne Olson

“The Guardian”: “A letter to my American friends: when did the dream die?” by Simon Tisdall

“The Guardian”: “Trump’s infrastructure plan in ruins after wrecking ball of neo-Nazi comments” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “Trump won’t stop Americans hitting the Paris climate targets. Here’s how we do it” by Michael Bloomberg

“The Guardian”: “Don’t blame the addicts for America’s opioid crisis. Here are the real culprits” by Chris McGreal

“The Guardian”: “Why is the US still fighting the civil war?” by Jason Wilson

“The Guardian”: “How black women’s bodies are violated as soon as they enter school” by Andrea J Ritchie

“The Guardian”: “Neoliberalism: the idea that changed the world” by Stephen Metcalf

“The Observer”: “Words against ageing” by Robert McCrum

“The Independent”: “What the death of an Irishman fighting for Britain can tell us about the stupidity of Brexit” by Robert Fisk

 “The Independent”: “Woe betide the Kurds of northern Syria when the war is over” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “If you’re wondering why Saudi Arabia and Israel have united against Al Jazeera, here’s the answer” by Robert Fisk

“New Statesman”: “Hungary as a Rogue State” by Martin Fletcher

“New Statesman”: “Witness to an Interrogation” by Anthony Lyod

“OUPblog”: “Are electrons conscious?” by Philip Goff

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“The Atlantic”: “How America Lost Its Mind” by Kurt Andersen

“The Atlantic”: “When Silicon Valley Took Over Journalism” by Franklin Foer

“The Atlantic”: “Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?” by Jean M. Twenge

“The Washington Post”: “Who is Kim Jong Un and what will he decide to do?” by Anna Fifield

“The Washington Post”: “6 questions about North Korea’s quest for nuclear weapons” by Adam Taylor

“The Washington Post”: “Peru’s glaciers: a flood of problems” by Nick Miroff (story) & Jabin Botsford (photos)

“The Washington Post”: “The global politics of the biggest story in soccer” by Ishaan Tharoor

”The New Yorker”: “When should a child be taken from his parents?” by Larissa MacFarquar

“Bloomberg”: “The Secret Economic Lives of Animals” by Ben Crair

“BloombergBusinessweek”: “The Hijacking of the ‘Brillante Virtuoso’” by Kit Chellel & Matthew Campbell

“The New York Times”: “Guam: A Small Island in a War of Words” by Nancy Borowick & Megan Specia

“The New York Times”: “Meet Kim Jong-un, a Moody Young Man with a Nuclear Arsenal” by Choe Sang-Hun

“The New York Times”: “The View from the Kremlin: Survival Is Darwinian” by Maxim Trudolybov

“The New York Times”: “India at 70” by Pankaj Mishra

“The New York Times”: “The Axis of Climate Evil” by Paul Krugman

“The New York Times”: “Does Qatar Support Extremism Yes. And So Does Saudi Arabia” by Tom Wilson

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Braving Cancer Amid the Chaos of Syria” by Caelainn Hogan

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Who’s Afraid of Claire Messud?” by Ruth Franklin

“The Guardian”: “Hope, pride, fear: how North Koreans feel about their homeland” by Tania Branigan

“The Guardian”: “Bombed bin trucks, breeding bacteria, dirty water: Yemen’s cholera explosion” by Choing-Kyu Ryu

“The Guardian”: “How the tech industry wrote women out of history” by Kirstie Brewer

“The Guardian”: “Henry David Thoreau by Laura Dassow Walls review –radical, unsettling, relevant” by Sarah Bakewell

“The Observer”: “Holy smoke! The church of Cannabis” by Aaron Millar

“The Observer”: “Samantha Bee, the new heroine of American political satire” by Tim Lewis

“London Review of Books”: “Alberto Giacometti” by Jeremy Harding

“Vanity Fair”: “The Scariest Nuclear Threat” by Michael Lewis

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“The Washington Post”: “’The moment when it really started to feel insane’: An oral history of the Scaramucci era” by Monica Hesse, Ben Terris & Dan Zak

“The Washington Post”: “A reporter’s journey through Tripoli: Long lines, kidnappings and murder” by Sudharsan Raghavan

“The Washington Post”: “Book Party: Liberal elites don’t have a clue about the white working class. So says a liberal white law professor” by Carlos Lozada

“The Washington Post”: “Rise of the machines” by Chico Harlan

“The Washington Post”: “What’s it like to live and report in Russia in the Trump era” by Washington Post Staff

“The Washington Post”: “Trapped between Israel and Hamas, Gaza’s wasted generation is going nowhere” by William Booth and Hazem Balousha

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The Un-Trump Revolution: Gov. Larry Hogan’s radical normal model for the GOP” by Matthew Mosk

“PoliticoMagazine”: “CIA Doubts about JFK’s Murder” by Philipp Shanon & Larry J. Sabato

“Daily Beast”: “McMaster Goes to War – Against His White House Enemies” by Lachlan Markay, Asawin Suebsaeng & Kimberly Dozier

“The New York Times”: “The Desperation of Our Diplomats” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “What’s It Like to Test-Drive a Race Car?” by Matthew DeBord

“The New York Times”: “My Son, the Jihadist” by Nicola Benyahia

“The New York Times”: “How We Are Ruining America” by David Brooks

“The New York Times”: “Finding Some Peace after War” by Dave Philipps

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Losing It in the Anti-Dieting Age” by Taffy Brodesser-Akner

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Loyal Engineers Steering NASA’s Voyager probes across the Universe” by Kim Tingley

“The New York Review of Books”: “The True American” by Robert Pogue Harrison

“The Guardian”: “70 years after independence, the India I know is losing its way” by Mihir Bose

“The Guardian”: “The Scaramucci effect: What White House chaos means to the world” by Leslie Vinjamuri

“The Guardian”: “America’s midlife crisis: lessens from a survival summit” by Stephen Marche

“The Guardian”: “In 1967, they watched their city erupt. Fifty years on, how has Detroit changed?” by Drew Philp

“The Guardian Documentaries”: “Dearborn, Michigan: The divided city debating what it means to be American today”

“The Observer”: “Why Trump still needs the love of the crowd: ’This is like medicine to him’” by David Smith

“The Observer”: “W Eugene Smith, the photographer who wanted to record everything” by Sean O’Hagan

“The Observer”: “Why Pakistan and India remain in denial 70 years on” by Yasmin Khan

“London Review of Books”: “Facebook: You Are the Product” by John Lanchester

“BBC Magazine”: “The ghostly radio station that nobody claims to run” by Zaria Gorvett

“Vanity Fair”: “Is the New York Times Vs. The Washington Post Vs. Trump The Last Great Newspaper War?” by James Warren
 

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“The Guardian”: “Is the world really better than ever?” by Oliver Burkeman

“The Guardian”: “Slaves of Isis: The long walk of the Yazidi women” by Cathy Otten

“The Guardian”: “The Mad World of Major Rowland Bowen” by Russell Jackson

“The Guardian”: “Children of ISIS fighters face threat of Mosul revenge attacks” by Martin Chulov & Salem Tizk

“The Guardian”: “Watching ice melt: inside Nasa’s mission to the North Pole” by Avi Steinberg

“The Guardian”: “Families, fertility, feminism: landmarks in women’s rights” by Liz Ford

“The Guardian”: “Betsy DeVos: Trump’s ally seen as most dangerous education chief ever” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “After Trump and Brexit, is this the end of the Anglo-Saxon west?” by Timothy Garton Ash

“The Independent”: “Can you rebuild an ancient mosque?” by Robert Fisk

“The Observer”: “Islam: The Art of Making a Jihadist” by Andrew Anthony

“The Times Literary Supplement”: “The C-Word” by Paul Collier

“The New York Times”: “Why Women Aren’t C.E.O.s, According to Women Who Almost Were” by Susan Chira

“The New York Times”: “The Desperation of Our Diplomats” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “An Ode to Shopping Malls” by Steven Kurutz

“The New York Times”: “Vanishing Land Fuels ‘Looming Crisis’ Across Africa” by Jeffrey Gettleman

“The New York Times”: ”Freed from ISIS, Yazidi Women return in ‘Severe Shock’” by Rukmini Callimachi

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Majestic Marble Quarries of Northern Italy” by Luca Locatelli (photographs) & Sam Anderson (text)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Lonely Crusade of China’s Human Rights Lawyers” by Alex W. Palmer
 

“The New Yorker”: “Profiles: Sadiq Khan Takes on Brexit and Terror” by Sam Knight

“The New Yorker”: “The TV That Created Donald Trump” by Emily Nussbaum

“The New Yorker”: “Why Corrupt Bankers Escape Jail” by Patrick Radden Keefe

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: How not to Solve the Refugee Crisis” by Ben Taub

“Daily Beast”: “Inside the Cult of Melania Trump” by Anna Nemtsova

“War on the Rocks”: “The Future of Military Robotics” by Gregory C. Allen

“Stanford Medicine”: “Two Minds: The cognitive differences between men and women” by Bruce Goldman

“IRIN”: “The Somali Pirates Are Back” by Magnus Boding Hansen

“Rolling Stone”: “What Does Russiagate Look Like to Russians?” by Matt Taibbi

“Vanity Fair”: “Why ‘The Vietnam War’ Is Ken Burn’s and Lynn Novick’s Most Ambitious Project Yet” by David Kamp

“The Washington Post”: “How Trump is changing America’s foreign policy” by Reuben Fischer-Baum & Julie Vitskovskaya

“The Washington Post”: “Scaramucci learnt his press tactics at Wall Street. They’ll only get uglier” by Heidi N. Moore

“The Washington Post”: “What we do if Trump is really crazy?” by Dana Milbank

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“Bloomberg”: “Afghanistan’s War” by Aleksandra Gjogievska

“Bloomberg Businessweek”: “The Remaking of Donald Trump” by Joshua Green

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “Bringing Buddha to the Newsroom: media with mindfulness” by Melanie Faizer

“Smithsonian Magazine”: “Racing the Storm: The Story of the Mobile Bay Area Sailing Disaster” by Mathew Teague, Brian Schutmaat (photographs” & Michael Byers (illustrations)

“Literary Hub”: “Growing Up as an Untouchable” by Sujatha Gidla

“aeon”: “Is linguistics a science?” by Sally Davies

“Town & Country”: ”The Rise and Fall of F. Lee Bailey, the Man Who Set O.J. Simpson Free” by Andrew Goldman

“The Hollywood Reporter”: “’Fox & Friends’: Behind the Scenes of America’s Most Influential Morning Show (seriously)’ by Marisa Guthrie

“The Guardian”: “Inequality and opportunity in America - Under siege by liberals: the town where everyone owns a gun” by Lois Beckett

“The Guardian”: “The power of framing: It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it” by Steve Rathje

“The London Review of Books”: “I Am the Fifth Dimension” by Bee Wilson

“The London Review of Books”: “Presidents v. Generals” by Andrew Bacevic

“The Washington Post”: “A Republican Party at war with itself hits the wall on health care” by Dan Balz

“The Washington Post”: “How China tames dissent on the Internet” by David Ignatius

“The Washington Post”: “What a president with nothing to hide would say to the New York Times” by The Editorial Board

“The Washington Post”: “Would 2017 look the same under President Hillary Clinton?” by Daniel W. Drezner

“The Washington Post”: “Innovations: Was this created by a human or a computer? See if you can tell the difference” by Hamza Shaban

“The New York Times”: “Sons without Fathers” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Hit by Lightning: Tales from Survivors” by Lizette Alvarez

“The New York Times”: “Two Weeks on Ice in McMurdo Station, Antarctica” by Jonathan Corum

“The New York Times”: “Dodging Chinese Police in Kashgar, a Silk Road Oasis Town” by Edward Wong

“The New York Times”: “Too Many Wonderful Women to Count” by Frank Bruni

"The New York Times”: “Hand-Held Journalism in Harrowing Times” by Cara Buckely (Produced by Jolie Ruben & Mekado Murphy)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Living and the Dead” by James Verini

“The New York Times Magazine”: “A New Front in the War Over Reproductive Rights: ‘Abortion-pill reversal’” by Ruth Graham

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“The New York Review of Books”: “The Passion of Liu Xiaobo” by Perry Link

“The New York Review of Books”: “Iraq: The Battle to Come” by Jost Hiltermann

“The New York Review of Books”: “Macron’s California Revolution” by Sylvain Cypel

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Brave New World of Gene Editing” by Matthew Cobb

“The New York Times”: “Iran Dominates in Iraq after U.S. ‘Handed the Country Over’” by Tim Arango

“The New York Times”: “Before and After Satellite Images of Mosul Reveal the Destruction After the Islamic State Was Forced Out” by Jugal K. Patel & Tim Wallace

“The New York Times”: “Grey Matter: When Is Speech Violence?” by Lisa Feldmann Barrett

“The New York Times”: “The Islamic  State Is Not Dead Yet” by Antony J. Blinken

“The New York Times”: “This Is How I Want to Be Dead” by Richard Coniff

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Arks of the Apocalypse” by Spender Lowell (photographs) & Malia Wollan (text)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “This Town Melts Down” by Marc Leibovich

“The New York Times Magazine”: “First Words: How Do We Contend with Trump’s Defiance of ‘Norms’?” by Emily Bazelon

“The New Yorker”: “America’s Future is Texas” by Lawrence Wright

“The New Yorker”: “Books: The Toscanini Wars” by David Denby

”The New Yorker”: “Jasmin Moghbeli, Badass Astronaut” by Robin Wright

“New York Magazine”: “The Uninhabitable Earth” by David Wallace-Wells

“The Washington Post”: “Trump’s behavior is the biggest threat to national security” by Lawrence H. Summers

“The Washington Post”: “Battle of Mosul: How Iraqi Forces defeated the Islamic State” by Dan Lamothe, Thonas Gibbons-Neff, Laris Karklis & Tim Meko

“The Guardian”: “Inequality and Opportunity in America: What happened when Walmart left” by Ed Pilkington

“The Guardian”: “Environmental defenders being killed in record numbers, new research shows” by Jonathan Watts & John Vidal

 “The Guardian”: “Pig tales – the swine in books and arts” by Jacqueline Yallop

“The Independent”: “Don’t underestimate Iraq’s historic victory against ISIS – though the human cost was great” by Patrick Cockburn

“The Observer”: “Second world war: Dunkirk’s darkest day” by Hugh Sebag-Montefiore

“Vanity Fair”: “Inside the Trump Marriage: Melania’s Burden” by Evgenia Peretz

“Imperial & Global Forum”: “1917: The Year of the Century” by Jeremy Black

“Project Syndicate”: “Homage to Simone Veil” by Bernhard-Henri Lévy

“VQR: “Kazakhstan: A Kingdom for a Horse” by Will Boast & Guy Stauber (illustrations)

“Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists”: “Bunkers for the 0,003 percent” by Elisabeth Eaves

“The Atlantic”: “How to Beat Asthma” by Vann R. Newkirk II

“The Atlantic”: “What, if it’s all true?” by David A. Graham

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“The Guardian”: “We are marching to halt Turkey’s slide into authoritarianism” by Kemal Kilicdaroglu

“The Guardian”: “How power profits from disaster” by Naomi Klein

“The Guardian”: “The Farm Belt führer: the making of a Neo-Nazi” by Carson Vaughan & Mary Anne Andrei (photographs)

“The Guardian”: “Thrillers: To Kill the President by Sam Bourne review – does fact Trump fiction?” by Mark Lawson

“The Guardian”: “How climate skepticism turned into something more dangerous” by David Runciman

“The Guardian”: “Hilary Mantel: why I became a historical novelist” by Hilary Mantel

“The Independent”: “The destruction of the al-Nuri mosque in Mosul is another example of the ‘culturecide’ we’ve become so used to” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “The Qatar crisis hats nothing to do with Al Jazeera and everything to do with the war in Syria” by Robert Fisk

“London Review of Books”: “Reasons for Corbyn” by William Davies

“London Review of Books”: “The Age of Detesting Trump” by David Bromwich

“London Review of Books”: “The Refugee Crisis” by Daniel Trilling

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The Calling” by KK Ottesen (interviews and photographs)

“The Washington Post”: “These mind-blowing photos from Mosul reveal the horror of the Islamic State war” by Liz Sly

“The Washington Post”: “’Killed’ in Vietnam and buries with comrades, one Marine returned form the dead” by Michael E. Ruane

“The Washington Post”: “How 'isolated' North Korea managed to build an ICBM that could reach Alaska” by Amanda Erickson

“The Washington Post”: “What is North Korea trying to hit?” by Bonnie Berkowitz, Laris Karklis & Tim Meko

“The Washington Post”: “What life looks like inside North Korea”

“The New York Times”: “What Assad Has Won” by Kamal Daoud

“The New York Times”: “A Sicilian Photographer of the Mafia and her ‘Archive of Blood’” by Elisabetta Povoledo

“The New York Times”: “Thoreau’s Wilderness Legacy, Beyond Walden Pond” by Douglas Brinkley

“The New York Times”: “I Thought I Understood America. Then Came Trump” by Beppe Servergnini

“The New York Times”: “Noam Chomsky: ”On Trump and the State of the Union” by George Yancy and Noam Chomsky

“The New York Times”: “A Palestinian Novel Reveals Dirty Secrets in the Arab World” by Joumana Haddad

“The New York Times Magazine”: “All the President’s Lawyers” by Jonathan Mahler

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Art at the End of the World” by Heidi Julavits

“Defense One”: “I Could Kill You with a Consumer Drone” by Brett Velicovich

“Noahpinion”: “Why Did Europe Lose the Crusades?” by Noah Smith

“Los Angeles Review of Books”: “The End of Economics” by Matt Seybold

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“The New York Times”: “President Trump’s Lies: The Definitive List” by David Leonhardt & Stuart a. Thompson

“The New York Times”: “Lies, Leaks and Consequences” by Retro Report

“The New York Times”: “The Antarctica Series”

“The New York Times”: “How Whales Became the Biggest Animals on the Planet” by Nicholas St. Fleur

“The New York Times”: “Bernie Sanders: How Democrats Can Stop Losing Elections” by Bernie Sanders

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Donald Trump Misunderstood the F.B.I.” by Tim Weiner

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Greetings. E.T. (Please Don’t Murder US”) by Steven Johnson

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Virtual Reality: The Land of Salt and Fire”

“The New Yorker”: “Books: Are China and the United States Headed for War?” by Ian Buruma

“The New Yorker”: “Trump’s Destabilizing Global Vision” by Robin Wright

"The New Yorker”: “Letter from Shanghai: China’s Mistress-Dispellers” by Jiayang Fan

“The New Yorker”: “The Race to Solar-Power Africa” by Bill McKibben

“ProPublica”: “How the U.S. Triggered a Massacre in Mexico” by Ginger Thompson

“The Conversation”: “How language alters our experience of time” by Panos Athanasapoulos

“New Republic”: “Do We Need Women’s News?” by Clio Chang

“The Strategy Bridge”: ”The Wages of War Without Strategy” by Robert Cassidy & Jacqueline Tame

“Afghan Analysts’ Network”: “In the Light of Conflict: Photographer Andrew Quilty’s Experience in Afghanistan” by Jelena Bielica

“Conflict Forum”: “Have the Saudis Overreached Themselves?” by Alastair Cooke

“The Guardian”: “In China’s far west the perfect ‘police state’ is emerging” by Tom Phillips

“The Guardian”: “The bad science of scientific publishing” by Stephen Buranyi

“The Guardian”: “’It’s the closest thing to the moon’: my space odyssey to Iceland” by Rosie Ifould

“The Guardian”: “Ken Burns returns to Vietnam – ‘a war we have consciously ignored’” by David Smith

“Literary Hub”: “Field Notes from My Dementia” by Gerda Saunders

“New Republic”: “The Shah of Iran: An Interview with Mohammad Reza Pahlevi” by Oriana Fallaci

“Vestoj”: “Slow Time Is God’s Time” by Dr. Donald B. Krabill

“Smithsonian.com”: “A Brief History of Maps” by Clive Thompson

“The Atlantic”: “Hearing Voices” by Joseph Frankel
 

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“The Atlantic”: “How to Deal with North Korea” by Mark Bowden

“The Atlantic”: “What’s Wrong with the Democrats?” by Franklin Foer

“The Atlantic”: “The Smartphone Psychiatrist” by David Dobbs

“The Atlantic”: “An Artist for the Instagram Age” by Sarah Boxer

“The Atlantic”: “How a Philly Ob-Gyn Ended up Delivering a Baby Gorilla” by Ed Yong

“The New York Review of Books”: ”Putting Profits Ahead of Patients” by Jerome Groopman & Pamela Hartzband

“The New York Review of Books”: “Afghanistan: It’s Too Late” by Ahmad Rashid

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Nihilism of Julian Assange” by Sue Halpern

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Banality of Putin” by Robert Cottrell

“BuzzFeed”: “From Russia with Blood” by Heidi Blake, Tom Warren, Richard Holmes, Jason Leopold, Jane Bradley & Alex

“Limn”: “The Bombing Encyclopedia of the World” by Stephen J. Collier & Andres Lakoff

“Bloomberg”: “The Man Who Stands in Line for a Living” by Polly Mosendz

“nature”: “The ‘time machine’ reconstructing Venice’s social networks” by Alison Abbott

“The Washington Post”: “America’s Rural Divide” by José A. DelReal & Scott Clement

“The Washington Post”: “Two shining lights in an Iranian prison’s darkness” by Roxana Saberi

“The New York Times”: “The iPhone Is 10 Years Old. Here’s the Story of its Birth” by Lev Grossman

“The New York Times”: “Both Climate Leader and Oil Giant? A Norwegian Paradox” by Somini Sengupta

“The New York Times”: “Maldives, Tourist Haven, Casts Weary Eye on Radical Islamism” by Kai Schultz

“The New York Times”: “The Kiwis’ Edge in America’s Cup: Drones” by Frank Bures

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Trained to Kill: How Four Boys Survived Boko Haram” by Sarah A. Topol & Glenna Gordon (photographs)

“The Guardian”: “America’s addiction epidemic: She was the town’s leading heroin dealer. She was 19 years old” by Chris McGreal

“The Guardian”: “Sepp Blatter after the fall: ‘Why the hell should I bear all the blame?’” by David Conn

“The Guardian”: “Sports 2.0 – Stadiums of the future; a revolution for the fan experience in sport” by Oliver Wainwright

“The Observer”: “Longhua: Life and death in Apple’s forbidden city” by Brian Merchant

“The Observer”: “The Miracle of Matera: from city of poverty and squalor to hip hub of cave dwellers” by Angela Guifridda

“3quarksdaily”: “What Makes a Great Wine?” by Dwight Furrow

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“Reality-Based Community”: “The London high-rise fire” by Michael O’Hare

“The New York Times”: “How to Ease Travel Anxiety in an Era of Terror” by David Shaftel

“The New York Times”: “Challenging Mainstream Thought About Beauty’s Big Hand in Evolution” by James Corman

“The New York Times”: “Finding My Florida” by Jason Diamond

“The New York Times”: “China’s New Bridges: Rising High, but Buried in Debt” by Chris Buckley

“The New York Times”: “The Dutch Have Solutions to Rising Seas. The World Is Watching” by Michael Kimmelman & Josh Haner (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “The Greatest Music Festival in History” by Kevin D. Greene

“The New York Times”: “The Universal Phenomenon of Men Interrupting Women” by Susan Chira

“The New York Times”: “The Women Who Fought for Hanoi” by Elizabeth D. Herman

“The New York Times”: “Israel-Palestine form Both Sides of the Mirror” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Not All Attacks Are Created Equal” by Mohammed Hanif

“The New York Times”: “Who Is Dangerous, and Who Dies?” by Errol Morris

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Reading Erdogan’s Ambitions in Turkey’s New Mosques” by Suzy Hansen & Norman Behrendt (photographs)

“The New Yorker”: “Remembering the Murder You Didn’t Commit” by Rachel Aviv

“The New Yorker”: “Onward and Upwards with the Arts: Lynette Yiadom-Boakye’s Imaginary Portraits” by Zadie Smith

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History: Why Aren’t You Laughing?” by David Sedaris

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Abortion Battlefield” by Marcia Angell

“The Washington Post”: “In Germany, a new feminist Islam is hoping to make a mark” by Anthony Faiola & Stephanie Kirchner

“The Washington Post”: “Everyone said Old Europe was dying. Sure doesn’t look like it now” by Anne Applebaum

“The Washington Post”: “How the Showdown over Qatar is tearing families apart” by Sudarsan Raghavan

“Rolling Stone”: “Goodbye, and Good Riddance, to Centrism” by Matt Taibbi

“Rolling Stone”: “The Democrats Need a New Message” by Matt Taibbi

“Rolling Stone”: “Chelsea Manning’s First Interview since Prison Interview: ‘Let’s Not hide History’” by Joyce Chen

“The Guardian”: ‘A reckoning for ours species’: the philosopher prophet of Anthropocene” by Alex Blasdel

“The Guardian”: “Sport 2.0: crumbling traditions create a whole new ballgame” by Sean Ingle

“FT Magazine”: “Watch it while lasts: our golden age of television” by Ian Leslie

“The London Review of Books”: “A Murderous History of Korea” by Bruce Cumings

“The Independent”: “Twin Peaks: How the brutal murder of Hazel Drew inspired the cult classic” by David Bushman & Mark Givens

“Lawfare”: “Iran’s Support for Terrorist Groups” by Daniel Byman

“Africa As A Country”: “Take me to your leader: Eritrea’s Isaias Afwerki” by Abraham T. Zere

“New Statesman”: “Pump action: the heart-stopping history of cardiac surgery” by Gavin Francis

..........Kalenderwoche 22............

“The Atlantic”: “The Panic President” by David A. Graham

“The Atlantic”: “Skydiving from the Edge of Space” by Laura Parker

“The Washington Post”: “Plans to relocate 1,6 Million Muscovites turns middle-class Russians into protesters” by David Filipov

“The Washington Post”: “37 Books We’ve Loved So Far” by Book World Editors

“The Washington Post”: “The Trump effect: Everybody is thinking of running for president” by Karen Tumulty & John Wagner

“The Washington Post”: “How occupation has damaged Israel’s democracy” by Gershom Gorenberg

“The New York Times”: “Divided by Victory, Israelis Still Grapple with 1967 War” by Ian Fisher

“The New York Times”: “How the K.G.B. Started the War That Changed the Middle East” by Ronen Bergman

“The New York Times”: “’Last Secret’ of 1967 War: Israel’s Doomsday Plan for Nuclear Display” by William J. Broad & David E. Sanger

“The New York Times”: “Still Stuck Between May and June of 1967” by Yossi Klein Halevi

“The New York Times”: “The Silicon Valley Billionaires Remaking America’s Schools” by Natasha Singer

“The New York Times”: “The 25 Best Films of the 21st Century. So far.” By Manohla Dargis & A. O. Scott

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Bounty Hunter of Wall Street” by Jesse Barron

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Can a New Generation in the Banlieues Change French Politics?” by Elisabeth Zerofsky

“The New York Review of Books”: “Israel’s Irrational Rationality” by David Shulman

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Paris Catastrophe” by Tim Flannery

“The New York Review of Books”: “Ernest Hemingway: The Male Impersonator” by Fintan O’Toole

“The Guardian”: “’It’s pretty high’. Climber tells how he scaled Everest twice in a week” by Sam Jones

“The Guardian”: “From rust belt to mill towns: a tale of two popular revolts” by Thomas Frank

“The Independent”: “The truth about US involvement in Syria is far more complicated than Donald Trump wants you to think” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “Adnan Khashoggi. The ‘whoremonger’ whose arms deals financed a playboy life of decadence and ‘pleasure wives’” by Adam Lusher

“The Independent”: “23 books Marc Zuckerberg thinks everyone should read” by Richard Feloni

“The Observer”: “Naomi Klein: ‘Trump is an idiot, bur don’t underestimate how good he is at that” by Tim Adams

“The Observer”: “The weaker sex? Science shows that women are stronger than men” by Angela Saini

“London Review of Books”: “The Brexiters” by Ian Jack

“London Review of Books”: “In Gaza: If Israel Were Smart” by Sara Roy

“London Review of Books”: “Verhofstadt’s Vision” by Jan-Werner Müller

“London Review of Books”: “Diary: Panthers in Algiers” by Elaine Mokhtefi

“The American Conservative”: “America’s Misadventures in the Middle East” by Chas Freeman

“berfrois”: “Albania is the future of Europe” by Vincent W.J, van Gerven Oei

“BACKCHANNEL”: “What to do of the laptop ban goes global” by Dan Gillmor

..........Kalenderwoche 21..........

“The New York Times”: “Donald Trump Poisons the World” by David Brooks

“The New York Times”: “A Draconian Pact? The Facts Say Otherwise” by Mark Landler, Brad Blumer & Linda Qiu

“The New York Times”: “Trump Hands the Chinese a Gift: The Chance for Global Leadership” by David Sanger & Jane Perlez

“The New York Times”: “The Past 50 Years of Israeli Occupation. And the Next” by Nathan Thrall

“The New York Times”: “On Ireland’s Border: ‘That Sad Old Game’” by Garrett Carr

“The New York Times”: “New York Turns Food Waste Into Black Gold” by Emily S. Rueb

“The New York Times”: “My Rome, Still a Classic Beauty” by Jason Horowitz

“The New York Times Magazine”: “New York Stories”

“The New Yorker”: “On the Job: The Work You Do, the Person You Are” by Toni Morrison

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Addicts Next Door” by Margret Talbot

“The New Yorker”: “The World That Trump and Ailes Built” by Jill Lepore

“New York Magazine”: “Can the West survive Trump?” by Andrew Sullivan

“New York Magazine”: “Hillary Clinton Is Furious.  And Resigned. And Funny. And Worried” by Rebecca Traister

“The New York Review of Books”: “China’s Astounding Religious Revival” by Roderick MacFarquhar

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Autocrat’s Language” by Masha Gessen

“The Washington Post”: “For 50 years, Israelis have clashed over the West Bank. The expansionists have won” by Dan Ephron

“The Washington Post”: “The lonely journey of a Palestinian cancer patient” by William Booth, Sufian Taha & Linda Davidson (photos)

“The Washington Post”: “Paris decision underscores the visceral expression of Trump’s worldview” by Dan Balz

“The Washington Post”: “In Mexico, the Price for America’s Hunger for Heroin” by Joshua Partlow & Michael Robinson Chavez (photographs)

“The Washington Post”: “Butterfly Babies” by Ellen McCarthy, Katherine Frey (photos) & Ashleigh Joplin (video)

“The Guardian”: “Six-day war: Israeli paratroopers and Palestinians recall conflict 50 years on” by Peter Beaumont

“The Guardian”: “Operation Car Wash: Is this the biggest corruption scandal in history?” by Jonathan Watts

“The Guardian”: “Hippy Hangouts around the world: readers’ tips”

“The Guardian”: “The fight of his life: on the road with Jeremy Corbyn” by Ewen MacAskill & Sean Smith (photographs)

“The Guardian”: “Jeff Bezos: the ‘obsessive’ founder of Amazon and world’s next richest man” by Graham Ruddick

“The Guardian”: “Is there a neo-Nazi storm brewing in Trump Country?” by Lois Beckett

“The Observer”: “Giles Duley: ‘I stood on these Lesbos beaches in floods of tears” by Joanne O’Connor & Giles Duley (phots)

“Bloomberg”: “Farming the World: China’s Epic Race to Avoid a Food Crisis” by Bloomberg News Service

“VQR”: “Long Way Home: The Circumnavigations of Henk De Velde” by Ryan Bradley & Julien Pacaud (illustrations)

“Lapham’s Quarterly: “The Turning Sky: Discovering the Pyramid Texts” by Susan Brind Morrow

..........Kalenderwoche 20..........

“The New York Times”: “Exposures: The Hunted” by Daniel Rodriguez

“The New York Times”: “Colin Powell: American Leadership – We Can’t Do It for Free” by Colin Powell

“The New York Times”: “No, Google’s Not a Bird: Bringing the Internet to Rural India” by Ellen Barry

“The New York Times”: ‘The Internet Is Broken’: @ev Is Trying to Salvage It” by David Streitfeld

“The New York Times”: “Alone on the Open Road: Truckers Feel Like ‘Throwaway People’” by Trip Gabriel & George Etheredge (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “Monica Lewinsky: Roger Ailes’s Dream Was My Nightmare” by Monica Lewinsky

“The New York Times”: “For Army Infantry’s 1st Women, Heavy Packs and the Weight of History” by Dave Philipps

“The New York Times”: “’Saturday Night Live’: The Most Memorable Moments This Season” by Sopan Deb Deb

“The New York Times”: “There Was No ‘Golden Age’ Of Air Travel” by Patrick Smith

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Aleppo After the Fall” by Robert F. Worth

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What Animals Taught Me About Being Human” by Helen MacDonald

“The New Yorker”: “Gerhard Steidl Is Making Books an Art Form” by Rebecca Mead

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: What Makes a Parent?” by Ian Parker

“The New Yorker”: “Putin’s Shadow Cabinet and the Bridge to Crimea” by Joshua Yaffa

“The Washington Post”: “The Turkey I no longer know” by Fetullah Gülen

“The Washington Post”: “A Palestinian’s daily commute through an Israeli checkpoint” by William Boot and Sufian Taha & Linda Davidson (photos)

“The Washington Post”: “Bin Laden’s son steps into father’s shoes, as al-Qaeda attempt a comeback” by Joby Warrik & Souad Mekhennet

“The New York Review of Books”: “Egypt: The New Dictatorship” by Joshua Hammer

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Pleasures of Pessimism” by Tim Parks

“The New York Review of Books”: “Saul Steinberg’s View of the World” by Chris Ware

“The Guardian”: “Has Facebook become a forum for misogyny and racisms?” by Nick Hopkins and Julia Carrie Wong

“The Guardian”: “Revealed: Facebook’s internal rulebook on sex, terrorism and violence” by Nick Hopkins

“The Guardian”: “Irreverent and knowing as James Bond: Sir Roger Moore obituary” by Ryan Gilbey

“The Guardian”: “At Facebook we get things wrong – but we take our safety role seriously” by Monika Bickert

“The Guardian”: “Robot hearts: medicine’s new frontier” by Thomas Morris

“The Guardian”: “Too fast, too soon: how Chinas growth led to the Tianjin disaster” by John Woodside & Si Chen, Xu Wenjuan and Liu Huilan

“The Guardian”: “The great London property squeeze” by Anna Minton

“The Observer”: “How Manchester bomber Salman Abedi was radicalized by his links to Libya” by Jamie Doward, Ian Cobain, Chris Stephens & Ben Quinn

“The Observer”: “The guidebooks and selfie-sticks arrive as Iran’s Rouhani declares itself open to all” by Emma Graham-Harrison

“The Independent”: “We must look to the past, not ISIS, for the true meaning of Islam” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “Hirsi Ali: The ‘heretic” who says Muslims need to re-think sex, money and violence…and the concept of time” by Andy Martin

..........Kalenderwoche 19..........

“The Atlantic”: “When Your Child Is a Psychopath” by Barbara Bradley Hagerty

“The Atlantic”: “My Family’s Slave” by Alex Tizon

“The Atlantic”: “It Was Cultural Anxiety, That Drove White, Working-Class Voters to Trump” by Emma Green

“The Atlantic”: “Five Reasons the Comey Affair Is Worse than Watergate” by James Fallows

“The Washington Post”: “Five Myths about Watergate” by Rick Perlstein

“The Washington Post”: “How a woman in England tracks civilian deaths in Syria, one bomb at a time” by Greg Jaffe

“The Washington Post”: “The era of cyber disasters may finally be here” by Adam Taylor

“The Washington Post”: “Assad’s torture network: voices from inside” by Louisa Loveluck

“The Washington Post”: “A new concert hall in Hamburg transforms the city” by Philip Kennicot

“The Washington Post”: “Prostitutes, vacations and cash: The Navy official ‘Fat Leonard’ took down” by Craig Whitlock & Kevin Uhrmacher

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Masters of their medium: JFK on TV, Trump on Twitter” by Steven Levingston

“The New York Times”: “My Strange Trip Through Iran’s Heartland” by Thomas Erdbrink

“The New York Times”: “When the World Is Led by a Child” by David Brooks

“The New York Times”: “The Right Has Its Own Narrative About Trump’s Crises” by Jeremy W. Peters

“The New York Times”: “I Saw the Decline of a Democracy” by Patrick Kingsley

“The New York Times”: “On the Water: Ten Favorite Places on European Rivers, Lakes and Coastlines” by Our Writers

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Can Prairie Dogs Talk?” by Ferris Jabr

“The New York Times Magazine”: “A Pet Tortoise Who Will Outlive Us All” by Hanya Yanagihara

“The New Yorker”: “Elements: Why Swearing Makes You Stronger” by Alan Burdick

“The New Yorker”: “The Lights Are Going Out in the Middle East” by Robin Wright

“The Observer”: “Golden daze. 50 years on from the Summer of Love” by Aaron Millar

“The Observer”: “Kazakhstan calling: a jaw-dropping trip to Astana” by Sankha Guha

“The Guardian”: “’Factory of the Future’: Tesla workers reveal pain, injury and stress” by Julia Carrie Wong

“Lawfare”: “A Foreign Intelligence Analyst Report on President Trump” by Nada Bakos & Dennis Gleason

“Tablet”: “Breaking News: The Secret History of the Six-Day War, Part I” by Yaacov Lozowick

“Apollo”: “More to cheese than meets the eye?” by Kathryn Murphy

..........Kalenderwoche 18..........

“The Observer”: “Do state institutions have the resources to fight hackers?” by Jamie Doward

“The Observer”: “The 57th Venice Biennale review – the Germans steal the show” by Laura Cumming

“The Observer”: “How to escape the online spies” by Darien Graham-Smith

“The Guardian”: “World’s biggest building project aims to make China great again” by Tom Phillips

 “The Independent”: “Can Syria ever be repaired when its long civil war finally comes to an end?” by Robert Fisk

“The Guardian”: “The meaning of life in a world without work” by Yuval Noah Harari

“The Guardian”:  “’Good neighbours to newcomers?’” by Lisa Maree Williams

“The New York Times”: “The World Is Getting Hacked. Why Don’t We Do More to Stop it?” by Zeynep Tufekci

“The New York Times”: “How Google Took over the Classroom” by Natasha Singer

“The New York Times”: “Hackers Came, But the French Were Prepared” by Adam Nossiter, David E. Sanger & Nicole Perlroth

“The New York Times”: “France’s First Lady Breaks the Mold” by Susan Chira & Lilia Blaise

“The New York Times”: “Polish Climbers Plan to Scale Deadly K2 Peak in Winter” by Michael Powell

“The New York Times”: “In Trump’s Firing of James Comey, Echoes of Watergate” by Peter Baker

“The New York Times”: “Ai Weiwei: How Censorship Works” by Ai Weiwei

“The New York Time Magazine”: “How Homeownership Became the Engine of American Inequality” by Matthew Desmond

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Is an Open Marriage a Happier Marriage?” by Susan Dominus

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Rei Kawakubo, Interpreter of Dreams” by Eric Madigan Heck (photographs) & Leanne Shapton (text)

“The New Yorker”: “Taking down Terrorists in Court” by William Finnegan

“The New Yorker”: “Obama’s Life Post-Presidency” by Amy Davidson

“The New Yorker”: “Onward and Upward with the Sciences: Seeing with Your Tongue” by Nicola Twilley

“New York Magazine”: “Beyond Alt: Understanding the New Far Right”” by Simon Van Zuylen-Wood, Noreen Malone, Max Read, Andrew Sullivan, Park MacDougald, Jason Willick, Mark Jacobson, Maureen O’Connor, Gabriel Sherman, Ben Crair, Nick Richardson & Mark O’Connell

“The New York Review of Books”: “In the Horrorscape of Aleppo” by Charles Glass

“The New York Review of Books”: “More Is More” by Deborah Cohen

“The Washington Post”: “Trump must be impeached. Here’s why” by Laurence H. Tribe

“Longreads”: “Death by Fire” by Miles Wilson

“Mercatus Center”: “A Conversation with Garry Kasparov” by Tyler

“Project-Syndicate”: “Emmanuel Macron, the Novel” by Bernard Henri-Lévy

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PS: Fast gespenstisch ist übrigens, wenn neben den Links zufällig ein Zitat des amerikanischen Rockmusikers Kurt Cobain anlässlich seines 30. Todestages zu lesen ist.

Ich weiss ja dass man Cobain, den ich sehr verehre, und Trump nicht vergleichen sollte, aber dieser Ausspruch könnte ebenso von Trump kommen, nur dass es dann eine völlig andere Bedeutung bekommt.

Das Zitat lautet:

"Sie lachen über mich, weil ich anders bin.
Ich lache über sie, weil sie alle gleich sind."
Kurt Cobain

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