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TROUVAILLES

Von Ignaz Staub, 09.07.2018

Berichte in angelsächsischen Medien, ausgewählt von Ignaz Staub

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“The New York Times”: “These Women Were Told not to Play Soccer. Instead They Formed a Team” by Shannon Sims (text) & Nichole Sobecki (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “Have the Tech Companies Grown Too Powerful. That’s an Easy One” by John Herrman

“The New York Times”: “A Migrant Child’s Day in Detention” by Dan Barry, Miriam Jordan, Annie Correal & Manny Fernandez

“The New York Times”: “’Still Can’t Believe It Worked’: The Story of the Thailand Cave Rescue” by Hanneh Beech, Richard C. Paddock & Mukita

“The New York Times”: “Freed from Thai Cave, Boys May Still Face Health Problems” by Richard C. Paddock & Mike Ives

“The New York Times”: “Three Books Consider What Happens When the Robots Take Over” by Ina Fried

“The New York Times”: “Inside China’s Dystopian Dreams: A.I., Shame and Lots of Cameras” by Pail Mozur

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Fast and Furious Michael Avenatti” by Matthew Shaer

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Her Husband Was a Princeton Graduate Student. Then He Was Taken Prisoner in Iran” by Laura Secor

“T Magazine”: “9 Reads Almost As Satisfying As Taking a Vacation”

“The New Yorker”: “The Maps of Israeli Settlements That Shocked Barack Obama” by Adam Entous

“The Washington Post”: “’Time is running out’: Inside then treacherous rescue of boys trapped in a Thai cave” by Shibani Mahtani, Steve Hendrix & Timothy McLaughlin

“The Washington Post”: “Can truth survive the president? An honest investigation” by Carlos Lozada

“The Washington Post”: “Five myths about the Supreme Court” by Jeffrey Segal

“The Washington Post”: “The current border crisis has been a year in the making. A prologue in photographs” by Salwan Georges

“The Guardian”: “Has Greece finally escaped the grip of catastrophe?” by Helena Smith

“The Guardian”: “The death of truth” by Michiko Kakutani

“The Guardian”: “The Long Read: How to get away with financial fraud” by Dan Davies

“The Guardian”: “Nevis: The world’s most secretive island” by Oliver Bullough

“The Observer”: “Stolen Beaches” by Neil Tweedie

“The Observer”: “Ethiopia hails its charismatic young leader as peacemaker” by Jason Burke

“London Review of Books”: “Purges and Paranoia: Erdogan’s ‘new’ Turkey” by Ella George

“Fortune”: “The Battler for China” by Adam Lashinsky

“The Monthly”: “The endless reign of Rupert Murdoch” by Richard Cooke

“Forbes”: “The Nutella Billionaires” by Noah Kirsh

“The Atlantic”: “Two Strangers Met On a Plane – and the Internet Ruined It” by Megan Garber

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“The Guardian”: “Best summer books 2018 as picked by writers – part one”

“The Guardian”: “Best summer books 2018 as picked by writers and cultural figures – part two”

“The Guardian”: “The long read: The George Soros philosophy – and its fatal flaw” by Daniel Bessner

“The Guardian”: “Democrats must fight Trump’s supreme court pick tooth and nail” by Jill Abramsom

“The Guardian”: “The anti-abortion conservative quietly guiding Trump’s supreme court pick” by Jon Swaine

“The Guardian”: “’I don’t want ships to kill me’: Marseille fights cruise liner pollution” by Angelique Chrisafis

“The Observer”: “Why science breeds a culture of sexism” by David Barry & Nicola Davis

“The Observer”: “Claude Lanzmann, the man who told the Shoah” by Agnès Poirier

“The Observer”: “Can Facebook clean up its act?” by Alex Hern

“The Independent”: “Catastrophic drought threatens Iraq as major dams in surrounding countries cut off water to its great rivers” by Patrick Cockburn

“The Independent”: “Iraq isn’t as dangerous as it was – but many still live in fear” by Patrick Cockburn

“The Intercept”: “Our Country, Our Stories – In New Memoirs, Syrian Describe Life – and Death – in Wartime” by Maryam Saleh

“The Intercept”: “Democracy Dies in the Blinding Light of Day” by Murtaza Hussain

“The Washington Post”: “What’s it like to be trapped in a cave” by Laura Demarest

“The Washington Post”: “The top 15 Democratic presidential candidates for 2020, ranked” by Aaron Blake

“The Washington Post”: “A Defiant Al-Qaeda” by Sudarsan Raghavan

“The New York Times”: “ISIS May Be Waning, but Global Threats of Terrorism Continue to Spread” by Eric Schmitt

“The New York Times”: “Venezuela Dispatch: How to Survive When Money Is Worthless” by Nicholas Casey & Brent McDonald

“The New York Times”: “Why Merkel Must Go” by Bret Stephens

“The New York Times”: “The Lure of the Surfing Life” by Kathleen O’Brian

“The New York Times”: “This Italian Town Once Welcomed Migrants. Now It’s a Symbol for Right-Wing Politics” by Jason Horowitz

“The New York Times”: “For Whom the Trump Trolls” by Maureen Dowd

“The New York Times”: “’Hope Is a Powerful Weapon.’ Unpublished Mandela Prison Letters” by The Editors

“The New York Times”: “What Mandela Lost” by Tayari Jones

ESPN: “Mission Accomplished” by Tonya Malinowski

“Nautilus”: “Biology: The Strange Brain of the World’s Greatest Solo-Climber” by J.B. MacKinnon (story) & Jimmy Chin (photographs)

“Raiot”: “In What Language Does Rain Fall?” by Arundhati Roy

“Vanity Fair”: “’I was Devastated’: Tim Berners-Lee, the Man who Created the World Wide Web, Has Some Regrets” by Katrina Brooker

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“The New York Times”: “In Volgograd, It’s Stalin Who Lurks on the Sidelines” by Sarah Lyall (story) & Maxim Babenko (photographs)
 

“The New York Times”: “Dutch Lawmakers Approve Partial Ban On Burqas and Niqabs” by Christine Hauser & Liam Stack
 

“The New York Times”: “Open Waters?” by Christopher Clarey (story) & Maud Bernos (photographs)
 

“The New York Times”: “Elated vs. Scared: Americans Are Divided on Justice Kennedy’s Retirement” by Richard Fausset, Drah Stockman & José A. Del Real

“The New York Times Magazine”: “A Spymaster Steps Out of the Shadows” by Matthias Schwartz
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “On Photography: Take a Photo Here” by Teju Cole
 

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How one Conservative Think Tank Is Stocking Trump’s government” by Jonathan
 

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Obsessive Search for the Tasmanian Tiger” by Brooke Jarvis
 

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: The Neuroscience of Pain” by Nicola Twilley
 

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: A New Revolution in Mexico” by Jon Lee Anderson
 

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from London: “The Reputation-Laundering Firm That Ruined Its Own Reputation” by Ed Caesar
 

“New York Magazine”: “This Is What a Nuclear Bomb Looks Like” by Alex Wellerstein & Ferris Jabr
 

“The New York Review of Books”: “Tipping the Scales” by Noah Feldman

“The New York Review of Books”: “Ruanda: A Deathly Hush” by Helen Epstein

“The Washington Post”: “Justice Kennedy’s retirement leaves the future of U.S. constitutional law entirely up for grabs” by Jack Goldsmith

“The Washington Post”: “Trump’s America does not care” by Robert Kagan

“The Washington Post”: “Russia: The Early Chapters” by Carlos Lozado

“The Washington Post”: “Does the West actually face a migration crisis?” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post”: “A Yemeni toddler fought for his life while adults battled each other” by Sudarsan Raghavan

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The Exiles” by Britt Peterson (story) & Kate Warren (photographs)

“The Guardian”: “’I love football -  it’s the opposite of science: contradictory, primitive, emotional’” by Jorge Valdano

“The Guardian”: “Our world is disappearing before our eyes. We have to save it” by George Monbiot

“The Guardian”: “The great firewall of China: Xi Jinping’s internet shutdown” by Elizabeth C Economy

“The Guardian”: “As Israelis, we call on the world to intervene on the behalf of the Palestinians” by Ilana Hammerman & David Harel

“The Guardian”: “Hillary Clinton: ‘What is more uncivil than taking children away?’” by Decca Aitkenhead

“The Independent”: “The ‘ultimate deal’ Jared Kushner is proposing for Palestine is delusional” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “I spoke to Palestinians who still hold the keys to the homes they fled” by Robert Fisk

“London Review of Books”: “Ten Years after the Crash” by John Lanchester

“The Times Literary Supplement”: “Bloody Games” by Arkady Ostrovsky

“The Intercept”: “Seymour Hersh’s new memoir is a fascinating, flabbergasting masterpiece” by Jon Schwarz

“The Intercept”: “A short history of U.S. bombing of civilian facilities” by Jon Schwarz

“The Intercept”: “The War in Yemen: She named her child ‘Enough’” by Alex Potter

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“The New York Times”: “The Power of Gianni Infantino” by Tariq Panja

“The New York Times”: “Atrocities Under Kim Jong-un: Indoctrination, Prison Gulags, Executions” by Maya Salam &  Matthew Haag

“The New York Times”: “Schools’s Closed in Wisconsin, Forever” by Julie Bosman

“The New York Times”: “How to Lose the Midterms and to Re-Elect Trump” by Frank Bruni

“The New York Times”: “Click ‘Delete’ to Save Your Soul” by Franklin Foer

“The New York Times”: “Night Falls on News Carriers” by Peter Funt

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Wounds of the Drone Warrior” by Eyal Press

“The New Yorker”: “Donald Trump’s New World Order” by Adam Entous

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from the Faroe Islands: Koks, the World’s Most Remote Food Destination” by Rebecca Mead

“New York Magazine”: “The Internet Apologizes” by Noah Kulwin

“The New York Review of Books”: “It Can Happen Here” by Cass R. Sunstein

“The New York Review of Books”: “World Cup 2018: Hope Wins” by Joshua Jelly-Shapiro

“The Washington Post”: “Finally, a president with the guts to stand up to Canada” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “What does the Trump-Kim summit mean? Not a damned thing” by Daniel D. Drezner

“The Washington Post”: “Can Trump command political support without real progress on trade and N. Korea” by Dan Balz

“The Washington Post”: “Yemen: Running on empty” by Sudarsan Raghavan (text) & Lorenzo Tugnoli (photos)

“The Washington Post”: “Five reasons the crisis in Yemen matters” by Alan Sipress, Laris Karklis & Tim Meko

“The Washington Post”: “’America is better than this’” by Kristine Philipps

“The Atlantic”: “Images from Ramadan 2018” by Alan Taylor

“The Guardian”: “The Long Read: How Russia won the World Cup” by Ken Bensinger

“The Guardian”: “Now we know the outrageous scale of the Trumps’ White House dividend” by Jill Abramson

“The Guardian”: “Life inside North Korea: the power of Juche explained – video” by The Guardian

“The Guardian”: “The long read: How to spot a perfect fake: the world’s top arts forgery detective” by Samanth Subramanian

“The Guardian”: “Virtual truth: face to face with immersive documentaries” by Shehani Fernando

“The Guardian”: “Arundhati Roy: ’The point of the writer is to be unpopular’” by Tim Lewis

“The Observer”: “The Saud Arabian women driving forward” by Emma Graham Harrison

“London Review of Books”: “The Politics of Now: The Last World Cup” by David Runciman

“London Review of Books”: “The Wrong Human Rights” by Pankaj Mishra

“the PARIS REVIEW”: “Forty-Five Things I learned in the Gulag” by  Varlam Shamalov

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“The Guardian”: “We want to thrill to the beautiful game, but Fifa’s World Cup is toxic” by Nick Cohen

“The Guardian”: “Your complete guide to 736 players at the 2018 World Cup”

“The Guardian”: “The ling read: Five Myths about the refugee crisis” by Daniel Trillin

“The Guardian”: “How #MeToo revealed the central rift within feminism today” by Moira Donegan

“The Observer”: “Inside North Korea: a pastel fairyland built to forget” by Oliver Wainwright

“The Independent”: “Lebanon’s mountains are being wiped off the map. But does anyone care?” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “Syria’s new housing law will displace tens of thousands of refugees” by Robert Fisk

“The Atlantic”: “Has the Western world started shunning America?” by Krishnadev Calamur

“The Atlantic”: “The Antidote to Trump Is Decency” by David Frum

“The Washington Post”: “Soccer is the perfect cosmopolitan antidote to Donald Trump” by Andres Martinez

“The Washington Post”: “Under attack, billionaire George Soros vows to redouble his efforts” by Michael Kranish

“The Washington Post”: “In Iceland, World Cup players aren’t gods. Their neighbors” by Chuck Culpepper

“The Washington Post”: “Summit will test Trump’s ability move beyond disruption” Dan Balz

“The New Yorker: “Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie Come s to Terms with Global Fame” by Larissa MacFarquhar

“The New Yorker”: “Truth, Lies and Literature” by Salman Rushdie

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Gastronomy: Don’t Eat Before Reading This” by Anthony Bourdain

“New York Magazine”: “Read This Story and Get Happier” by Adam Sternbergh

“New York Magazine”: “What Sy Hersh Knows” by Christian Lorentzen

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “Seymour Hersh and the stories he doesn’t tell” by Elon Green

“The New York Review of Books”: “Islam’s New ‘Native Informers” by Nesrine Malik

“The New York Review of Books”: “Trump’s North Korean Nuclear Theatrics” by Robert E. Kelly

“The New York Times”: “Kim Jong-Un’s Image Shift: Form Nuclear Madman to Skillful Leader” by Choe Sang-Hun

“The New York Times”: “The Book Review Podcast: Michael Pollan on Drugs”

“The New York Times”: “In the Trump Administration, Science Is Unwelcome. So Is Advice” by Coral Davenport

“The New York Times”: “The Rich Are Planning to Leave This Wretched Planet” by Sheila Marikar

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“The New York Times”: “Rohingya: Race Against the Rains” by Ben C. Solomon

“The New York Times”: “Never Mind the News-Media. Politicians Test Direct-to-Voter Messaging” by Sydney Ember

“The New York Times”: “What Comes Next for Italy?” by Beppe Servergnini

“The New York Times”: “A Drink in a Bar, a Dip in the Tigris: Mosul Returns to Life” by Ivor Prickett (photographs & text)

“The New York Times”: “Pursuits: Colliders, Sundials and Wonder: When Science Is Your Destination” by Peter Kujawinski

“The New York Times”: “Using Medicine and Science to Improve the Quality of Life” by several authors

“The New York Times”: “In the Dance Lab With Martha Graham” by Gia Kourlas

“The New York Times”: “Taking on Climate Change” by Tatjana Schlossberg

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Blood Will Tell, Part 2” by Pamela Colloff

“The New Yorker”: "Letter from the U.K.: Britain Considers Life without Its Russian Oligarchs” by Sam Knight

“The New Yorker”: “Photo Booth: A Record of Syrian monuments before ISIS” by John Gendall

“The New Yorker”: “Parenting: Mum’s the Word” by Rivka Galchen

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Digital Powerhouse” by Jacob Weisberg

“The Washington Post”: “Trump’s not a liar. He’s a madman” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “Elon Musk wants to fix media distrust with a dopey rating system. There’s a better way” by Margaret Sullivan

“The Washington Post”: “1968: The Year America unraveled” by Marc Fisher

“The Washington Post”: “America has a massive truck driver shortage. Here’s why few want a $ 80’000 job” by Heather Long

“The Washington Post”: “Saudi Arabia’s reformers now face a terrible choice” by Jamal Kashoggi

“The Guardian”: “Mother of all rivers: how the Volga links a divided Russia” by Andrew Roth (text) & Dmitri Beliakov (photographs)

“The Guardian”: “The long read: The financial scandal no one is talking about” by Richard Brooks

“The Guardian”: “Colombia discovers the art of keeping young people off the streets” by Steven Grattan

“London Review of Books”: “The (Grenfell) Tower” by Andrew O’Hagan

“London Review of Books”: “Too Few to Mention” by David Runciman

“The Times Literary Supplement”: “Don’t tell Congress” by Seymour Hersh

“Longreads”: “The Women Fighters of the Tamil Tigers” by Kim Wall & Mansi Choksi

“Longreads”: “Somewhere Under My Left Ribs: A Nurse’s Story” by Christie Watson

“Pew Research Center: “What Unites and Divides America” by  Kim Parker, Juliane Menasce Horowitz, Anna Brown, Ricard Fry, D’Vera Cohn & Ruth Igielnik

“Nautilus”: “What Is It Like to be a Dolphin?” by Maggie Ryan Sandford

“ejectionsite”: “Back in the Saddle” by Tech. Sgt. Timothy P. Barela(text) & Master Sgr.Dave Nolan (photographs)

“U.S. News”: “John McCain, Prisoner of War: A First-Person Account” by John S. McCain

“National Geographic”: “Drowning in Plastic” by Laura Parker (text) & Randy Olson (photos)

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“The Guardian”: “The fall of ‘Italy’s Stalingrad”: symbol of left wages war on migrants and poor” by Giorgio Ghiglione

“The Guardian”: “Marawi one year after the battle: a ghost town still haunted by the fear of Isis” by Carmela Fonbuena

“The Guardian”: “Chelsea Clinton: ‘I’ve vitriol flung at me for as long as I can remember’” by Decca Aitkenhead

“The Guardian”: “Nuzzle a panda, kiss a lioness: Jane Goodall takes us on her wildest adventure yet” by Steve Rose

“The Guardian”: “The trouble with charitable billionaires” by Carl Rhodes & Peter Bloom

“The Guardian”: “’A ticket to the next life’: The lavish Buddhist dog funerals of Bangkok” by Hannah Ellis Petersen

“The Observer”: “Is the Earth Flat? Meet the people questioning science” by Alex Moshakis

“The Observer”: “The 10 hottest film of summer 2018” by Mark Kermode, Wendy Idle, Guy Lodge, Jonathan Romney & Simran Hans

“The Observer”: “Look into my eyes: one woman’s journey from coma to consciousness” by Joanna Moorhead

“The Independent”: Socotra island: The Unesco-protected ‘Jewel of Arabia’ vanishing amid Yemen’s civil war” by Betahn McKernan & Lucy Towers

“London Review of Books”: “The Drift towards War” by Adam Shatz

“The Atlantic”: “The Pearl of Lao Tzu” by Michael LaPointe

“The Atlantic”: “The 9.9 Percent Is the New American Aristocracy” by Matthew Stewart

“The Washington Post”: “The Banana States of America” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “1968: The year women refused to stay silent, tossed their bras and redefined politics” by Karen Heller

“The Washington Post”: “A photographer tries to answer ‘What makes a family click? What holds a family together?’” by Nathaniel Grann (photos) & Kenneth Dickerman (writer)

“The Washington Post”: “The 39 Books We’Re Talking About This Summer” by Book World Editors

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Locked and Loaded for the Lord” by Tom Dunkel (story) & Brian Anselm (photos)

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

“The New York Times”: “Turkey: In the Kingdom of Men” by Dalia Mortada & Nicole Tung

“The New York Times”: “On Photography: What Does It Mean to Look at This?” by Teju Cole

“The New York Times”: “How Venezuela’s President Keeps His Grip on a Shattered Country” by Meredith Kohut

“The New York Times”: “She Married 3 Brothers in Family Torn by War” by Ron Nordland

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Risky Business of Speaking for President Trump” by Marc Leibovich

“The New York Times Magazine”: “At War: Letters from the Children of Fallen Service Members to the Parents They Lost” by Mitty Mirrer

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Blood Will Tell - Part 1” by Pamela Colloff

“T Magazine”: “Old Books, New Thoughts” by Philip Roth, Lydia Davis, Robert A. Caro, George Saunders, Marilynne Robinson, Jennifer Egan & Junot Díaz

“The Intercept”: “Iraqi Documents: Protection or Plunder?” by Maryam, Saleh

“Rolling Stone”: “An Open Letter to Gina Haspel from Someone Who Was Physically Tortured” by Theo Padnos

“Zenith”: “Karl Marx oder Karl May” by Thomas Kramer

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“The New York Times”: “Tom Wolfe, Author of ‘’The Right Stuff’ and ‘Bonfire of Vanities’, Dies’ by Deirdre Carmody & William Grimes

“The New York Times”: “Tom Wolfe’s Other Legacy” by Guy Trebay

„The New York Times“: „As Israel Celebrates Dream of Independence, Many See Nightmare Taking Shape” by David Halbfinger

“The New York Times”: “China’s Last Cave Dwellers Fight to Keep Their Underground Homes” by Brian Denton (text and photographs)

“The New York Times”: “Iran’s Foes See Opportunity as Deal Ends. Others See a Risk of War” by Ben Hubbard

“The New York Times”: “U.S. Embassy Opens in Jerusalem: 9 Things to Know about the City” by Isabel Kershner

“The New York Times”: “Israel Needs to Protect its Borders. By Whatever means Necessary” by Shmuel Rosner

“The New York Times”: “A Child of Gaza Dies. A Symbol Is Born. The Arguing Begins” by Declan Walsh

“The New York Times”: “This Is School in the U.S. Now” by James Poniewozik

“The New York Times”: “Why Traditional TV Is in Trouble” by Sapna Maheshwari & John Koblin

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Trying to Put a Value in The Doctor-Patient Relationship” by Kim Tingley & Weronika Gesicka (photo illusttrations)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Tech Can Turn Doctors into Clerical Workers” by Abraham Verghese

“The New Yorker”: “The Political Scene: Trump vs. the ‘Deep State’” by Evan Osnos

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from California: A Vintner’s Quest to Create a Truly American Wine” by Adam Gopnik

“The New York Review of Books”: “The New Europeans” by Christopher de Bellaigue

“The New York Review of Books”: “Ratfucked Again” by Michael Tomasky

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Afro-Pessimist Temptation” by Darryll Pinckeny

“The Washington Post”: “The high price of feminism in the ‘new’ Saudi Arabia” by Loveday Morris

“The Washington Post”: “How to tell when criticism of Israel is actually ant-Semitism” by Jill Jacob

“The Washington Post”: “In Jerusalem, it’s the Trump team vs. reality” by Kathleen Parker

“The Washington Post”: “’A Day of gas’ inside a Gaza ambulance” by Loveday Morris

“The Washington Post”: “Saving Africa’s wildlife” by Kevin Sieff & Adriane Onahesian (photos)

“The Guardian”: “Why are we living in an age of anger?” by Zoe Williams

“The Guardian”: “The Long Read: A suicide in Gaza” by Sarah Helm

“The Guardian”: “Jarvis Cocker: How Tom Wolfe’s Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test changed my life” by Jarvis Cocker

“The Observer”: “Russia uncovered: writers on the World Cup host nation” by Andrew, Roth, Rowan Moore, Kilian Fox, Viv Groskop, Mark Galeotti, Aleksey Kovalev

“The Observer”: “The fight to define the very essence of Israel” by Bernard Avishai

"The Independent”: “Jordan’s Palestinian refugee camps” by Paddy Dowling

“London Review of Books”: “Turkey: Purges and Paranoia” by Ella George

“London Review of Books”: “The Two-State Solution: An Autopsy” by Henry Siegman

“Esquire”: “A Brief History of Price Harry’s Military Career” by Luke O’Neil

“Time”: “How Baby Boomers Broke America” by Steven Brill

“Longreads”: “When the Movies Went West” by Gary Krist

“The Atlantic”: “How the Enlightenment Ends” by Henry A. Kissinger

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“The Guardian”: “The rise of the pointless job” by David Graeber

“The Guardian”: “Europe must make Trump pay for wrecking the Iran nuclear deal” by Simon Tisdall

“The Guardian”: “Iranian hardliners rejoice over US exit form nuclear deal” by Saeed  Kamali Dehghan

“The Guardian”: “Harlem’s renaissance: how art, food and history are shaping its latest revolution” by Diana Hubbell

“The Guardian”: “’Stubbornly fighting for life’: how Arthur Koestler reported the birth of Israel” by Oliver Holmes

“The Guardian”: “Seven decades of struggle: how one Palestinians village’s story captures pains of `Nakba’” by Oliver Holmes & Diego Gutiérrez

“The Guardian”: “Refugee odyssey: photographing Mexico’s Viacrucis Migrante” by Edgar Garrido & Matt Fidler (production)

“The Guardian”: “White House won’t rule out banning the press for ‘negative coverage’” by David Smith

The Guardian”: “The rise of Donald Glover: how he captured America” by Katie Bain

“The Guardian”: “Never-ending nightmares: why feminist nightmares must stop torturing women” by Sarah Ditum

“The Guardian”: “Keeping a free and a fair press is one of the defining political issues of our age” by Emily Bell

“The Observer”: “Interview- Ronan Farrow. Woody, Weinstein and Me” by Andrew Anthony

“The Independent”: “All sides of the complex battle in the Middle East are concerned” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “Once the Syrian war is over, Qatar could become an empire once more” by Robert Fisk

“The New York Times”: “What Sanctions Mean to Iranians” by Amir Ahmadi Arian & Rahman Bouzari

“The New York Times”: “From Ice Cube to Black Cube” by Maureen Dowd

“The New York Times”: “Turkey’s Independent Newspaper Voice perseveres With a Smile” by Carlotta Gall

“The New York Times”: “You Can’t Separate Money from Culture” by Andrew J. Cherlin

“The New York Times”: “San Francisco’s Big Seismic Gamble” by Thomas Fuller, Anjali Singhvi & Josh Williams

“The New York Times”: “A Road Map to Shopping like a Royal” by Amy Tara Koch

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Quiet Americans Behind the U.S.- Russian Imbroglio” by Keith Gessen

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Children of the Opioid Epidemic” by Jennifer Egan

“The York Review of Books”: “Big Brother Goes Digital” by Simon Head

“The Washington Post”: “Portraits of the ‘fading American Dream’” by Niko J. Kallianiontis (photos) & Kenneth Dickerman (text)

“The Washington Post”: “Why would a Swiss health-care company pay Michael Cohen $ 1,2 million? Look at drug prices” by David Van Drehle

“The Washington Post”: “Putin needed an American enemy. He picked me.” by Michal Faul

“The Washington Post”: “The shape of the political sex scandal has shifted. What does it take to kill a career these days?” by Marc Fisher

“Vanity Fair”: “How Evil Is Silicon Valley?” by Nick Bilton

“Granta”: “Palmyra” by Charles Glass (story) & Don McCullin (photos)

“Herald”: “Railway Failures” by Sher Ali Kahn

“Scroll.in”: “What makes a translation great?” by Katy Derbyshire
 

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“AFP”: “When Hope is Gone” by Shah Marai

“The Atlantic”: “Remembering Photojournalist Shah Marai” by AFP

“The Atlantic”: “Artificial Intelligence Is Cracking Open the Vatican’s Secret Archives” by Sam Kean

“The Atlantic”: “The Scientific Paper Is Obsolete” by James Somers

“The New York Times”: “Michelle Wolf Did What Comedians Are Supposed to Do” by Adrian Conover

“The New York Times”: “’Here Is the Graveyard of ISIS’. Garbage Men Collect Remains” by Ivor Prickett (photographs & text)

“The New York Times”: “Chasing the Ghosts of Benghazi” by Declan Walsh

“The New York Times”: “Tech Companies Feel the Squeeze as Xi Jinping Tightens His Grip” by Raymond Zhong & Paul Masur

“The New York Times”: “Everyone You Know Someday Will Die” compiled by Kathleen O’Brian

“The New York Times  Magazine”: “The Billion-DollarBank Job” by Joshua Hammer & Francesco Francavilla (illustrations)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Pain Hustlers” by Evan Hughes & Francesco Francavilla (illustrations)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Baby-Formula Crime Ring” by Chris Pomorski & Francesco Francavilla (illustrations)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What New York Was Like in the Early 80s – Hour by Hour” as told to Caroline Bankoff, Heather Corcoran, Nancy Haas & M.H. Miller

“New York”: “Will there always be an England?” by Andrew Sullivan

“The New Yorker”: “The Digital Vigilantes Who Hack Back” by Nicholas Schmidle

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History - Cairo: A Type of Love Story” by Peter Hessler

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: A Voyage along Trump’s Wall” by Nick Paumgarten

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Spy Who Came Home” by Ben Taub

The New York Review of Books”: “Animal Liberation” by Peter Singer

“The Washington Post”: “Canon Fodder” by Viet Thanh Nguyen

“The Washington Post”: “This week proved God exists, and he has a wicked sense of humor” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “World-Class Heritage Here in the U.S.” by Andrea Sachs

“The Washington Post”: “The crisis in local journalism has become a crisis in democracy” by Steven Waldman & Charles Sennott

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Wake up and Dream” by Robin Givhan (story) & Juco (photos)

“Longreads”: “As Innocuous as Plant No.1” by William Vollman

“GQ”: “The Killers of Kiev” by Joshua Hammer

“The Marshall Project”: “A Judge on Execution Day” by Mike Lynch

“Texas Monthly”: “The Doting Father Who Robbed Armored Cars” by Skip Hollandsworth

“Politico”: “The Most Prestigious Slog in Washington” by Michael Calderone

“Smithsonian”: “The Man Who Saved Havana” by Tony Perottet

“Nautilus”: “Where Your Childhood Memories Went” by Ferris Jabr

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“The Washington Post”: “Koreans on both sides of the divide dare to be optimistic” by Anna Fifield

“The Washington Post”: “Michelle Wolf’s full speech at the 2018 White House Correspondents’ Dinner” by Michelle Wolf

“The Washington Post”: “Behind bloody Gaza clashes, economic misery and piles of debt” by Loveday Morris & Hazem Balousha

“The Washington Post”: “Gaza: Blasted Limbs, Broken Dreams” Erin Cunningham & Hazem Balousha & Wissam Nassar (photos) & Mohammed Khalil (video)

“The Washington Post”: “The shadow war between Israel and Iran takes center stage” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post”: “Regrets of an ISIS midwife” by Tamer El-Gobashy (story) & Alice Martin (photos)

“The New York Times”: “How Trumps Mixed Signals Complicate America’s Role in the World” by Max Fisher

“The New York Times”: “Why Trump Supporters Don’t Mind His Lies” by Daniel A. Effron

“The New York Times”: “Gaza: The Lesser Child of Israel’s Occupation” by Gideon Levy

“The New York Times”: “The Empire Haunts Britain” by Alex Von Tunzelmann

“The New York Times”: “To Change a Country, Change Its Trains” by Roger Zoellner

“The New York Times”: “How Oman’s Rocks Could Help Save the Planet” by Henry Fountain

“The New York Times”: “The Most Unpopular Dog in Germany” by Firoozeh Dumas

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Can Dirt Save the Earth?” by Moises Velasquez Manoff

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What Refugees Face on the World’s Deadliest Migration Route” by Seema Jilani

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Tokyo: Japan’s Rent-a-Family Industry” by Elif Batuman

“The New Yorker”: “McMaster and Commander” by Patrick Radden Keefe

“The New York Review of Books”: “Why Trump is Winning and the Press Is Losing” by Jay Rosen

“The New York Review of Books”: “1968: Power to the Imagination” by Daniel Cohn-Bendit & Claus Leggewie

“The Atlantic”: “The Reinvention of America” by James Fallows

“The Atlantic”: “How to Fix the US-Presidency” by John Dickerson

“The Atlantic”: “The Era of Fake Video Begins” by Franklin Foer

“The Guardian”: “’It’s not a done deal’: inside the battle to stop Brexit” by Dorian Lynskey

“The Guardian”: “The rise of Russia’s neo-Nazi football hooligans” by Simon Parkin

“The Guardian”: “With 250 babies born each minute, how many people can the Earth sustain?” by Lucy Lamble

 “The Guardian”: “Bezos’ s empire: how Amazon became the world’s biggest retailer” by Josh Holder & Alex Hern

“The Guardian”: “Jeff Bezos v. the world: why all companies fear ‘death by Amazon’” by Olivia Solon & Julia Carrie Wong

“Politico Magazine”: “My Dearest Fidel” by Peter Kornrbluth

“Politico”: “The Puzzle od Sarah Huckabee Sanders” by Jason Schwartz

“GQ”: “The Excessive Vision of Donatella Versace” by Molly Young (story) & Elitaveta Porodina (photographs)

“Deadspin”: “The Ridiculous Saga of Lance Armstrong” by Patrick Redford

“BloombergBusinessweek”: “The Quest for the Next Billion-Dollar Color” by Zach Schonbrunn

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“The Guardian”: “’A political volcano just erupted’: is the US on the brink of the next Watergate?” by Stanley Cloud

“The Guardian”: “End of the American dream? The dark history of ‘America first’” by Sarah Churchwell

“The Guardian”: “America is plagued by experts without expertise” by Michael Massing

“The Guardian”: “Yanis Varoufakis: Marx predicted our present crisis – and points the way out” by Yanis Varoufakis

“The Guardian”: “Israel celebrates but is war with Iran looming?” by Simon Tisdall

“The Guardian”: “Britain, headquarters of fraud” by Oliver Bullough

“The Guardian”: “The ‘deep state’ is real. But are its leaks against Trump justified?” by Jack Goldsmith

“The Guardian”: “Fake it, till you make it: meet the wolves of Instagram” by Symeon Brown

“The Guardian”: “A bomb silenced Daphne Caruana Galizia. But he investigation lives on” by Juliette Garside

 “The Guardian”: “How to get rich quick in Silicon Valley” by Corey Pein

“The Guardian”: “After 60 Years, Kendrick Lamar has brilliantly brought pop to the Pulitzers” by Alexis Petridis

“The Guardian”: “After 60 Years, Kendrick Lamar has brilliantly brought pop to the Pulitzers” by Alexis Petridis

“The Independent”: “The search for truth in the rubble of Douma – one doctor’s doubts over the chemical attack” by Robert Fisk

“London Review of Books”: “How to Start a War” by Isabel Hull

“The Washington Post”: “Barbara Bush, matriarch of American political dynasty, dies at 92” by Lois Romano

“The Washington Post”: “’Civilization’ Is the most ambitious story on art ever told on Television” by Sebastian Smee

“The Washington Post”: “Trump’s ‘fake news’ mantra becomes an effective weapon – against America” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “There are many ways for democracy to fail” by Anne Applebaum

“The Washington Post”: “Too many men” by Simon Denyer, Annie Gowen & Jasu Hu (illustrations)

“The Washington Post”: “How France wants to reform Islam” by James McAuley

“The Washington Post”: “Why Europe, not Congress, will rein in big tech” by Michael Birnbaum & Tony Romm

“The New York Times”: “Indian Girls Learn to Fight Back” by Maria Abi-Habib

“The New York Times”: “What the Rape and Murder of a Child Reveals about Modi’s India” by Mitali Saran

“The New York Times”: “The Luckiest Jews in History” by Shmuel Rosner

“The New York Times”: “The Insanity at the Gaza Fence” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Hillary Clinton: ‘They were never going to let me be president’” by Amy Chozik

“The New York Times”: “Why men quit and women don’t” by Lindsay Crouse

“The New York Times”: “Where Facebook Rumors Fuel a Thirst for Revenge” by Amanda Taub & Max Fischer

“The New York Times”: “Baffled by Bitcoin? How Crypto-Currency Works” by Drew Jordan & Sarah Stein Kerr

“The New York Times”: “’They Eat Money’: How Mandela’s Political Heirs Grow Rich off Corruption” by Nori Onishi & Selam Gebrekidan

“National Geographic”: “Race Is a Made-Up Label” by Elizabeth Kolbert & Robin Hammond (photographs)

“The New Inquiry”: “Like a Dog” by Jacob Bacharach

“Literary Hub”: “Barbara Ehrenreich: Why I’m  Giving Up on Preventive Care” by Barbara Ehrenreich

"Wired”: “Symphony of the Seas” by Oliver Franklin-Wallis

“BuzzFeed”: ”Learning to Report: A Tractor in Every Pot” by Ben Smith

“GQ”: “A Most American Terrorist: The Making of Dylann Roof” by Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah

“The Pulitzer Center”: “The Placebo Effect” by Erik Vance

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“The New York Times”: “’Mission Accomplished’: But What Was the Mission?” by Peter Baker

“The New York Times”: “A Hard Lesson in Syria: Assad Can Still Gas His Own People” by David Sanger & Ben Hubbard

“The New York Times”: “What’s It Like to Endure Aerial Attacks” by David Botti

“The New York Times”: “Israel’s Violent Response to Nonviolent Pro tests” by the Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Hamas Sees Protests as Peaceful – and as a Deadly Weapon” by David M. Halbfinger

“The New York Times”: “5 New York Times Writers on What They Got Right and Wrong in the Early ‘80s” edited by Kate Guadagnino & Thessaly La Force

“The New York Times”: “I Downloaded the Information Facebook Has on Me. Yikes” by Brain X. Chen

“The New York Times”: “Facebook is Complicated. That Shouldn’t Stop Lawmakers” by Kevin Roose

"The New York Times”: “The Law is Coming, Mr. Trump” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Scared by the News? Take the Long View: Progress Gets Overlooked” by David Bornstein

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Why America’s Mothers and Babies Are in a Life-or-Death Crisis” by Linda Villarosa

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Post-Campaign Campaign of Donald Trump” by Charles Homans

 “The New Yorker”: “Personal History: The Legacy of Childhood Trauma” by Junot Diaz

“The New Yorker”: “A Sideline Wall Street Legend Bets on Bitcoin” by Gary Shteyngart

“New York Magazine”: “Corruption, not Russia, Is Trump’s Greatest Political Liability” by Jonathan Chait

“New York Magazine”: “How to Raise a Boy” by William Leitch

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Smartphone War” by Lindsey Hilsum

”The New York Review of Books”: “Homo Orbanicus” by Jan-Werner Müller

“The Washington Post”: “Zuckerberg barely talked about Facebook’s biggest global problem” by Adam Taylor

“The Washington Post”: “Documentary: How Parkland journalism students covered the shooting they survived and the friends they lost” by Whitney Shefte & Alice Li

”The Washington Post Magazine”: “The Vindication of Dennis Kucinich” by David Montgomery (story) & Marvin Joseph

“The Guardian”: “Good news at last: the world isn’t as horrific as you think” by Hans Rosling

 “The Guardian”: “The murder that shook Iceland” by Xan Rice

“The Guardian”: “Perfect crimes: why thrillers are leaving other books for dead” by Henry Sutton

“The Guardian”: “World Cup stunning moments: The Battle of Santiago” by Simon Burnton

“The Guardian”: “’The wars will never stop’ – millions flee bloodshed as Congo falls apart” by Jason Burke

“The Guardian”: “Paul Ehrlich: ’Collapse of civilization is near certainty within decades’” by Damian Carrington

“The Intercept”: “Puerto Rico: The Battle for Paradise” by Naomi Klein (text) & Lauren Freeny (video)

“The Intercept”: “When Soldiers Patrol the Border, Civilians Get Killed” by Ryan Devereaux
 

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“The Guardian”: “Martin Luther King: how a rebel leader was lost to history” by Gary Younge

“The Guardian”: “The Panel: What would Martin Luther King’s dream be in 2018?”

“The Guardian”: “Found in translation: how British filmmakers are capturing America” by Guy Lodge

“The Guardian”: “The demise of the nation state” by Rana Dasgupta

“The Guardian”: “From Circe to Clinton: why powerful women are cast as witches” by Madeline Miller

“The Guardian”: “Christopher Wylie: why I broke the Facebook story and what should happen now” by Christopher Wylie

“The Guardian”: “Almost all violent extremists share one thing: their gender” by Michael Kimmel

“The Guardian”: “Can It Happen Here? Review: urgent studies in rise of authoritarian America” by Charles Kaiser

“The Guardian”: “How babies learn – and why robots can’t compete” by Alex Beard

“The Guardian”: “Oligarchs hide billions in shell companies. Here’s  how  we stop them” by Frederik Obermaier & Bastian Obermayer

“The Observer”: “’These are people with nothing to lose’. Inside Gaza” by Donald Macintyre

“The Observer”: “Our man in Havana: music, mojitos and swearing in Spanish” by Ruaridh Nicoll

“The Observer”: “Unraveling the mysteries of the brains: Suzanne O’Sullivan, neuro detective” by Rachel Cooke

“London Review of Books”: “Survivors of Syrian Wars” by Patrick Cockburn

“New Statesman”: “1968” by John Gray

“The Atlantic”: “Saudi Crown Prince”: ‘Iran’s Supreme Leader ‘Makes Hitler look Good’’” by Jeffrey Goldberg

“The Washington Post”: “Caught in Congo’s Tides of War” by Max Bearak, Andrew Renneisen (photography) & Asaph Kasujja (drone footage)

“The Washington Post”: “How Trump is transforming himself into the greatest president ever” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “Conspiracy videos? Fake News? Enter Wikipedia, the good cop of the Internet” by Noam Cohen

“The Washington Post”: “A planned space hotel hopes to receive guests by 2022 – for a cost of almost $ 800’000 a night” by Marwa Eltagouri

“The New York Times”: “How Democracy Became the Enemy” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “The ISIS Files” by Rukmini Callimachi

“The New York Times”: “Vietnam ‘67: A Pale Smoke” by David Gerstel

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Gun Culture Is My Culture. And I Fear for What It Has Become” by David Joy

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Case of Hong Kong’s  Missing Booksellers” by Alex W. Palmer

“The New Yorker”: “A Saudi Prince’s Quest to Remake the Middle East” by Dexter Filkins

“The New Yorker”: “Onward and Upward with the Arts: An Activist-Filmmaker Tackles Patriarchy in Pakistan” by Alexis Okeowo

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Silicon Valley: At Uber, a New C.E.O. Shifts Gears” by Sheela Kolhatkar

"The New York Review of Books”: “If Trump Blows up the Deal, Iran Gets the Bomb” by Jeremy Bernstein

“The New York Review of Books”: “Knifed with a Smile” by Carl Elliott

“Tablet”: “Arthur Koestler’s  Stunning Portrait of the Criminal Inside Us All” by Alexander Aciman

“Lapham’s Quarterly”: “The Triumph of Philanthropy” by Scott Sherman

“Rolling Stone”: “The Legacy of the Iraq War” by Matt Taibbi

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“The New York Times”: “How Islamism Drives Muslims to Convert” by Mustafa Aykol

“The New York Times”: “Greece’s Islands of Despair” by Mauricio Lima (photographs) &Iliana Magra (text)

“The New York Times”: “Where Fear and Hope Collide, Images form Mexican Border, and Beyond” by Azam Ahmed

“The New York Times”: “Rome, Seen through the Eyes of Flavius Josephus” by David Laskin

“The New York Times”: “Some Reflections on Journalism” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Havana’s Symphony of Sound” by Reif Larsen

“The New York Times”: “Google Researchers Learn How Machines Learn” by Cade Metz

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Can Jim Mattis Hold the Line in Trump’s War Cabinet?” by Robert F. Worth

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Is the Next Nobel Laurate in Literature Tending Bar in a Dusty Australian Town” by Mark Binelli

“The New York Review of Books”: “Caesar Bloody Caesar” by Josephine Quinn

“The New York Review of Books”: “Kenneth Clarke: The Connoisseur” by Richard Dorment

“The Washington Post”: “50 years ago some called D.C. ‘the colored man’s paradise’. Then it erupted” by Michael E. Ruane

“The Washington Post”: “For Israel, there’s little political cost to killing Palestinians” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post”: “I went to Alaska to see the northern lights. In the daytime, I saw much more” by Andrea Sachs (story) & Katherine Frey (photographs)

“The Washington Post”: “Comedies: ‘As if’” by Stephanie Merry

“The Guardian”: “Are you ready? These are all the date Facebook and Google have on you” by Dylan Curran

“The Guardian”: “Two minutes to midnight: did the U.S. miss its chance to stop North Korea’s nuclear program” by Julian Borger

“The Guardian”: “Civilizations by David Olasuga review – a riposte to European superiority” by Faramerz Dabhoiwala

“The Guardian”: “Yemen is entering its fourth year of war – when will it end?” by Hind Abbas

“The Guardian”: “Turkey: ‘Why we are paying the rent for a million Syrian refugees?” by Hannah Summers

“The Guardian”: “Jesse Jackson o Martin Luther King’s assassination : ‘It redefined America’” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “The unstoppable rise of Veganism: how a fringe movement went mainstream” by Dan Hancox

“The Observer”: “I went to death row for 28 year through no fault of my own” by Chris McGreal

“London Review of Books”:  “Facebook: Why the Outrage?” by William Davies

“The New Republic”: “Zimbabwe: After the Strongman” by Karan Mahajan & Jeffrey Smith (illustrations)

“Tablet”: “Anatomy of a Pogrom” by Steven J. Zipperstein

“Jacobin”: “China’s One-Man Show” by Isabel Hilton

“Edge”: “We Are Here to Create: A Conversation with Kai Fu-Lee”

“Literary Hub”: “Inside the Gulags of the Soviet Union” my Masha Gessen

 “Irish Times”: “David Petraeus on ‘The Art of War’” by David Petraeus

“The Atlantic”: “Twenty Years of Viagra” by Megan Garber

“The Atlantic”: “When Guilt Is Good” by Libby Copeland

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“The New York Times”: “Marc Zuckerberg’s Reckoning: ‘This Is a Major Trust Issue’” by Kevin Roose & Sheera Frankel

“The New York Times”: “Facebook’s Surveillance Machine” by Zeyneb Tufekci

“The New York Times”: “Fifteen Years Ago, America Destroyed My Country” by Sinan Antoon

“The New York Times: “The Vietnam War Is Over. The Bombs Remain” by Ariel Garkinkel

“The New York Times”: “Why I Stay in Gaza” by Atef Abu Saif

“The New York Times”: “Trump Hacked the Media Right Before Our Eyes” by Ross Douthat

“The New York Times”: “Visual Investigation: How the Las Vegas Gunman Planned a Massacre” by Malachy Brownr, Natalie Reneau , Adam Goldman & Drew Jordan

“The New York Times”: “Augmented Reality: David Bowie in Three Dimensions” by the Culture, Design & Graphics Team, written by Melena Ryzik

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Why Would Anyone Kayak Across the Ocean – at 70?” by Elizabeth Weil (text) & Joakim Eskilosen (photographs)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “On the Road with the World’s Greatest Hitchhiker” by Wes Enzinna

“The New Yorker”: “How to Fix Facebook” by Adrian Chen, Nathan Heller, Andrew Marantz & Anna Wiener

“New York Magazine”: “Whatever Facebook Has Done Wrong to the U.S., It’s Done Worse to Developing Countries” by Brian Feldman

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Music of the Beatles” by Ned Rorem

“The New York Review of Books”: ”Beware the Big Five” by Tamsin Shaw

“The New York Review of Books”: “Bang for the Buck” by Adam Hochschild

“The Washington Post”: “No, billionaires won’t save us. That’s a myth that links Zuckerberg and Trump” by Margaret Sullivan

“The Washington Post”: “How Trumpism has come to define the Republican Party” by Ashley Parker

“The Washington Post”: “Typos, spelling mistakes are common in the Trump White House” by David Nakamura

“The Washington Post”: “Picturing the March for Our Lives”

“The Atlantic”: “The Last Temptation” by Michael Gerson

“The Atlantic”: “The Nancy Pelosi Problem” by Peter Beinart

“The Guardian”: “’I made Steve Bannon’s psychological warfare tool’: meet the data whistleblower” by Carole Cadwalladr

“The Guardian”: “Leaked: Cambridge Analytica’s blueprint for Trump victory” by Paul Lewis & Paul Hilder

“The Guardian”: “’Facebook data is for sale all over the world’” by Steve Bannon

“The Guardian”: “Gangster’s paradise: how organised crime took over Russia” by Mark Galeotti’

“The Guardian”: “The radical otherness of birds” by Jonathan Franzen

“The Guardian”: “’On the damage technology is doing to democracy’” by James Harding

“The Guardian”: “’Cows carry flesh, but they carry personality, too’: the hard lessons of farming” by John Connell

“The Observer”: “The dark truth about chocolate” by Nic Fleming

“The Observer”: “Interview with Ian Buruma: ‘Fascist rhetoric is creeping back into the mainstream’” by Rachel Cook

“London Review of Books”: “Can History Help?” by Linda Colley

“The Intercept”: “The CBS Interview with Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman Was a Crime against Journalism” by Medi Hasan

“The Intercept”: “How the New York Times Is Making War with Iran More Likely” by Robert Wright

“The Creative Independent”: “On Collecting Memories” by Adam Gopnik

“DukeToday”: “False Memories” Felipe de Brigard

“BuzzFeed”: “The Asset” by Anthony Cormier & Jason Leopold

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“The Guardian”: “The Cambridge Analytica Files”

“The Guardian”: “The crisis in modern masculinity” by Pankaj Mishra

“The Guardian”: “The Sunday Essay: Are we prepared for the looming epidemic threat?” by Jonathan Quick

“The Guardian”: “How National Geographic acknowledged its racist past”

“The Guardian”: “What if other world leaders followed the Obamas into TV? Just imagine…” by Stuart Heritage

“London Review of Books”: “The Chinese Typewriter” by Jamie Fisher

“The Atlantic”: “How to Lose Your Job from Sexual Harassment in 33 Easy Steps” by Deborah Copaken

“The Atlantic”: “Photos of the 2018 Winter Paralympics”

“The Washington Post”: “If America fails its people again, what will the catastrophe look like?” by Philipp Kennicott

“The Washington Post”: “Nigeria: Relic or Reformer” by Kevon Sieff (text) & jane Hahn (photographs)

“The Washington Post”: “Why India’s modern women say it’s a ‘burden’ to be female” by Vidhi Doshi

“The New Yorker”: “Reddit and the Quest to Detoxify the Internet” by Andrew Marantz

“The New Yorker”: “Portfolio - Coming Up Roses: The Flowers That Make Chanel No.5” by Pari Dukovic

“The New Yorker”: “Donald Trump and the Stress Test of Liberal Democracy” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “Reporter At Large: The Story of a Trans Woman’s Face” by Rebecca Mead

“The New York Times”: “Stephen Hawking Taught Us a Lot about How to Live” by Dennis Overbye

“The New York Times”: “Stephen Hawking’s Beautiful Mind” by Dennis Overbye

“The New York Times”: “A Culture That Helps Keep Away Boys from Fighting” by Sergey Ponomarev (photographs & text)

“The New York Times”: “Why Gun Culture Is so Strong in Rural America” by Robert Leonard

“The New York Times”: “The Truth Behind My Lai” by Robert J. Levesque

“The New York Times”: “Rising Seas Threaten the Ancient Monuments of Easter Island” by Nicholas Casey & Josh Haner (photographs and video)

“The New York Times”: “A #MeToo Moment for Egypt? Maybe” by Mona Eltahawy

“The New York Times”: “Saudis Said to Use Coercion and Abuse to Seize Billions” by Ben Hubbard, David B. Kirkpatrick, Kate Kelly & Mark Mazzetti

“The New York Times”: “Hotter, Drier, Hungrier: How Global Warming Punishes the World’s Poorest” by Somini Sengupta

“The New York Times”: “Bringing the Sistine Chapel to Life, with the Vatican’s Blessing” by Elizabetta Polovedo

“The New York Times”: “Can Donald Trump Be Impeached?” by Andrew Sullivan

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How a Ransom for Royal Falconers Reshaped the Middle East” by Robert F. Worth

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Does Recovery Kill Great Writing?” by Leslie Jamison

“The Outline”: “What Science Is Like in North Korea” by Andrada Fiscutean

“Discover Society”: “Dying in a hospital setting: It’s complicated” by Marian Krawczyk

“Rolling Stone”: “Fat Leonard’s Crimes on the High Seas” by Jesse Hyde

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“The New York Times”: “Only a Few Have Met Kim. Here’s What They Say” by Megan Specia

“The New York Times”: “Russia Banned My Movie. Hold Your Applause” by Armand Yannucci

“The New York Times”: “Trump’s World and the Retreat of Shame” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Bannon’s New Goal: Training Populists in Europe in His Image” by Jason Horowitz

“The New York Times”: “Where’s Harvey?” by Amy Chozik

“The New York Times”: “For Two Months, I Got My News From Print Newspapers. Here’s What I Learned” by Farhad  Manjoo

“The New York Times”: “Behind the Selfie” by Jennifer Finney Boylan

“The New York Times”: “Technology: Here Come the Fake Videos” by Kevin Roose

“The New York Times”: “Books by Women: The New Vanguard” by Dwight Garner, Parus Seghal & Jennifer Szalai

“The New York Times”: “15 Remarkable Women We Overlooked in Our Obituaries” by Amisha Padnani & Jessica Bennett

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: Christopher Steele, the Man behind the Trump Dossier” by Jane Meyer

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Ningxia: Can Wine Transform China’s Countryside?” by Jiayang Fan

“The New Yorker”: “Comment: The Gun-Control Debate after Parkland” by Margaret Talbot

“New York Magazine”: “Anita Hill: Do You Believe Her Now?” by Jill Abramson

“The Washington Post”: “Young Russians are Vladimir Putin’s biggest fans” by Anton Troianovski

“The Washington Post”: “The future of Israel’s ‘dreamers’” by Loveday Morris (story) & Corinna Kern

“The Washington Post”: “The dark roots of AIPAC, ‘America’s Pro-Israel Lobby’” by Doug Rossinow

“The Washington Post”: “Puerto Rican artists: Working with Dark Light” by Samuel Granados & Kevin Schaul

“The Guardian”: “Feminists have slowly shifted power. There’s no going back” by Rebecca Solnit

“The Guardian”: “Leading feminists on why Time’s Up and MeToo mean there’s no going back” by Alexandra Topping

“The Guardian”: “Why the left’s hellish vision is so ruinous” by Andrew Hindmoor

“The Guardian”: “How Ferrante’s neighbourhood tells a of Italy’s transformed politics” by Angela Giuffrida

“The Guardian”: “The Wire, 10 years on: ‘We tore the cover off a city and showed the American Dream was dead’”  by  Dorian Linskey

“FiveThirtyEight”: “A Chat: Why Does Everyone Hate the Media?”

“Politico”: “View: Europe’s (not so) free press” by Jean-Paul Marthoz

 “The Intercept”: “Oil and Water – Standing Rock and the New War on Native Americans”

“Vanity Fair”: “Monica Lewinsky: Emerging from the ‘House of Gaslight’ in the Age of #MeToo” by Monica Lewisnky

“Hakai”: “Hawai’i’s last outlaw hippies” by Brendan Borrell

 “1843”: “Nathan Myhrvold, Myth Buster” by Alex Renton

“The Atlantic”: “Google’s Guinea-Pig City” by Molly Sauter

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“The Guardian”: “Shock the System” by Yascha Mounk

“The Guardian”: “Is the British establishment finally finished?” by Aeron Davis

“The Guardian”: “Roads to nowhere: how infrastructure built on American inequality” by Johnny Miller

“The Guardian”: “Absolute hell. The toxic outposts where Mumbai’s protests are ‘sent to die’” by Puja Changoiwala

“The Guardian”: “Have we reached peak English in the world?” by Nicholas Ostler

“The Guardian”: “In the land of the pure” by Mohsin Hamid

“The Observer”: “Why is the world at war?” by Jason Burke

“The Independent”: “Human rights abuses, questionable sponsors and Trump: how geopolitics are becoming the worrying root of football” by Miguel Delaney

“Reuters”: “Venezuela: A journey on a caravan of misery” by Alexandra Ulmer (story) & Carlos Garcia Rawlins (photographs)

“New Humanist”: “Interview with Steven Pinker: ‘Solutions exist’” by J.P. O’Malley

“The Atlantic”: “The ‘CNN Effect’ Dies in Syria” by Uri Friedman

“The Atlantic”: “The World’s Most Difficult Mountain May Soon Be Fully Conquered” by Margaret Grebowicz

“The Washington Post”: “In 406 days, President Trump has made 4’236 false or misleading claims” by Fact Checker

“The Washington Post”: “Why a two-state solution for Israel and the Palestinians is closer than you think” by Ami Ayalon, Gilead Sher & Orni Petruschka

“The Washington Post”: “Israel’s battle between religious and secular Jews escalates with ban on Saturday shopping” by Ruth Eglash

“The Washington Post”: “The world’s efforts to slow climate change are not working” by Brady Dennis & Chris Mooney

“The Washington Post”: “A Florida provocateur has his day before the U.S. Supreme Court – again” by Robert Barnes

“Washingtonian”: “The Spy Who Changed His Mind” by Jason Fagone

“The New York Times”: “Why We Should Learn to Say ‘Heimat’” by Jochen Bittner

“The New York Times”: “Is Bitcoin a Waste of Electricity, or Something Worse?” by Bynjamin Appelbaum

“The New York Times”: “Women in Cryptocurrencies Push Back Against ‘Blockchain Bros’” by Nellie Bowles

“The New York Times”: “How to Buy a Gun in 15 Countries” by Audrey Carlsen & Sahil Chinoy

“The New York Times”: “They Died Near the Border. Arts Students Hope to Bring them Back” by Patricia Leigh Brown

“The New York Times”: “The Bowie You’ve Never Seen” by Melena Ryzik

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Can Venezuela Be Saved?” by Wil S. Hylton

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What Is the Perfect Color Worth?” by Bruce Falconer

“New York Magazine”: “The Poison We Pick” by Andrew Sullivan

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Medellín: The Afterlife of Pablo Escobar” by Jon Lee Anderson

“The New York Review of Books”: “A Mozart Player Gives Himself Advice” by Alfred Brendel

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “A portrait of Trump’s mental state by photo-journalists” by Michael Shaw

 “The Lily”: “Melinda Gates: ‘Every life has equal value” by the Lily News

 “Trade & Blog”: “Switzerland: How to Run a Referendum” by Peter Ungphakorn

“ProPublica”: “The Sound and the Fury: Inside the Mystery of the Havana Embassy” by Tim Golden & Sebastian Rotella

“The Conversation”: “What did Jesus wear?” by Joan Taylor

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“The Washington Post”: “Journalism is a risky business” by Jason Rezaian

“The Washington Post”: “The desperate images form one of Syria’s bloodiest days in Ghoutta” by Olivier Laurent & Louisa Loveluck

“The Washington Post”: “The Tet Offensive: 50 years later, photographs and memories still haunt war photographer Don McCullin” by Don McCullin

“The Washington Post”: “How fentanyl became the deadly street drug haunting America” by Katie Zezima & Kolin Pope

“The Washington Post”: “Billy Graham, charismatic evangelist with worldwide following, dies at 99” by Bart Barnes

“The Washington Post”: “How Billy Graham-inspired mega-churches are taking over the world” by Rick Noack

“The Washington Post”: “In laws, rhetoric and acts of violence, Europe is rewriting dark chapters of its past” by Griff Witte, James McAuley & Luisa Beck

“The New York Times”: “Bitcoin Thieves Threaten Real Violence for Virtual Currencies” by Nathaniel Popper

“The New York Times”: “How Unwitting Americans Were Deceived by Russian Trolls” by Scott Shane

“The New York Times”: “Inside the Russian Troll Factory: Zombies and a Breakneck Pace” by Neil McFarquhar

“The New York Times”: “’An Endless War’ Why 4 U.S. Soldiers Died in a Remote African Desert” by Rukmini Callimachi, Helen Cooper, Eric Schmitt, Alan Binder & Thomas Gibbons-Neff

“The New York Times”: “Rescuing Migrants Fleeing through the Frozen Alps” by Elian Peltier & Eloise Stark

“The New York Times”: “Seven Years Old and Kicked out of Beijing” by Javier C. Hernández

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Case Against Google” by Charles Duhigg

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Why ‘Black Panther Is a Defining Moment for Black America” by Carvell Wallace

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Elder Statesman of Latin American Literature – and a Writer of Our Moment” by Marcela Valdes

“The New York Review of Books”: “A Glimmer of Justice” by Aryeh Neier

“The New York Review of Books”: “Italy: ‘Whoever wins, won’t govern” by Tim Parks

“The Intercept”: “Failed Attempt to Smear Jeremy Corbyn Reveals Waning Power of British Tabloids” by Robert Mackey

“The Intercept”: “Intercepted Podcast: RussiaMania – Glenn Greenwald vs. James Risen”

“The Guardian”: “’No jerks allowed’: the egalitarianism behind Norway’s winter wonderland” by Sean Ingle

“The Guardian”: “’We can change this reality’: the women sharing news of war in Ghouta” by Emma Graham-Harrison

“The Guardian”: “The fascist movement that has brought back Mussolini to the mainstream” by Tobias Jones

“The Guardian”: “Meet the Sacklers: the family feuding over blame for the opioid crisis” by Joanna Walters

“The Guardian”: “Why Silicon Valley billionaires are prepping for the apocalypse in New Zealand” by Mark O’Connell

“The Guardian”: “Mormons want to save the Republican Party’s soul. But is it too late?” by J Oliver Conroy

“The Guardian”: “Not the end of the world: the return of Dubai’s ultimate folly” by Oliver Wainwright

“The Guardian”: “’Equality won’t happen by itself’: how Iceland got tough on the gender pay gap” by Jon Henley

“The Guardian”: “Inside the OED: can the world’s biggest dictionary survive the internet?” by Andrew Dickson

“The Observer”: “The epic failure of our age: how the West let down Syria” by Simon Tisdall

“The Independent”: “Western howls over the Ghouta siege ring hollow we aren’t likely to do anything to save civilians” by Robert Fisk

“The Atlantic”: “Benjamin Netanyahu’s Dangerous Obsession with the Media” by Amir Tibon

“BuzzFeed”: “Infocalypse Now” by Charlie Warzel

..........Kalenderwoche 7..........

“The New York Times”: “Inside a 3-Year Russian Campaign to Influence U.S. Voters” by Scott Shane & Mark Mazetti

“The New York Times”: “Meet the Troll Boss Who’s Close to Putin” by Neil Mc Farquhar

“The New York Times”: “Indictment Makes Trump’s Hoax Claim Harder to Sell” by Mark Landler & Michael D. Shear

“The New York Times”: “Six Minutes of Death and Chaos at a Florida School” by Richard Fausset, Serge F. Kovaleski & Patricia Mazzei

“The New York Times”: “The Truth About the Florida School Shooting” by David Leonhardt

“The New York Times”: “The Names and Faces of the Florida School Shooting Victims” by Jess Bidgood, Amy Harmon, Mitch Smith & Maya Salam

“The New York Times”: “Meet America’s Syrian Allies Who Helped Defeat ISIS” by Rod Nordland

“The New York Times”: “Kosovo Finds Little to Celebrate After 10 Years of Independence” by Andrew Testa (story & photographs)

“The New York Times”: “An Elite South African Who Vows to Fight for the Ordinary Citizen” by Norimitsu Onishi

“The New York Times”: “South Africa’s President Zuma Leaves Behind a Broken Democracy” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times Magazine”: “A Literary Road Trip into the Heart of Russia” by Karl Ove Knausgaard

“The New Yorker”: “A Reckoning with Women Awaits Trump” by David Remnick

“The New York Review of Books”: “Who Killed More: Hitler, Stalin or Mao?” by Jan Johnson

”The New York Review of Books”: “The Heart of Conrad” by Calm Tóibín

“The Washington Post”: “Trump’s Russia Hoax turns out to be real” by Philipp Rucker

“The Washington Post”: “A former Russian troll speaks: ‘It was like being in Orwell’s world’” by Anton Troianovski

“The Atlantic”: “How to Talk Like Trump” by Kurt Andersen

“The Atlantic”: “Humorless Politicians Are the Most Dangerous” by Armando Iannucci

“The Guardian”: “Kosovo at 10: Challenges overshadow independence celebrations” by Andrew MacDowell

“The Guardian”: “’Unspeakable numbers’: 10’000 civilians killed or injured in Afghanistan in 2017” by Haroon Janjua

“The Guardian”: “America’s top feminist lawyer. Gloria Allred: ‘Men who have been wrongdoers are living in fear’” by Lucy Rocker

“The Guardian”: “The brutal world of sheep fighting: the illegal sport beloved by Algeria’s angry young men” by Hannah Rae Armstrong

“The Guardian”: “Safe, happy and free: does Finland have all the answers?” by Jon Henley

“The Guardian”: “The media exaggerates negative news. The distortion has consequences” by Steven Pinker

“The Guardian”: “America’s dark underbelly: I watched the rise of white nationalisms” by Vegas Tenold

“The Independent”: “War in 140 characters: How social media has transformed the nature of conflict” by David Patrikarakos

“The Independent”: “In the cases of two separate holocausts, Israel and Poland find it difficult to acknowledge the facts of history” by Robert Fisk

“The Observer”: “Pope Francis wowed the world, but, five years on, is in troubled waters” by Catherine Pepinster

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “One Dangerous Year” by Christie Chisholm

..........Kalenderwoche 6..........

“The New York Times”: “This Is Peak Olympics” by Stuart A. Thompson & Jessia Ma

“The New York Times”: “A United Korean Flag Can’t Hide Deep Divisions” by Deborah Acosta, Margaret Cheatham Williams & Alexandra Garcia

“The New York Times”: “As West Fears the Growth of Autocrats, Hungary Shows What’s Possible” by Patrick Kingsley

“The New York Times”: “It’s Time for Mahmoud Abbas to Go” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Living Abroad Taught Me to Love America” by Janine di Giovanni

“The New York Times”: “Welcome to the Post-Text Future” by Farhad Manjoo (State of the Internet)

“The New York Times”: “Why Is the Syrian War Still Raging?” by Ben Hubbard & Jugal K. Patel

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Rise of China and the Fall of the ‘Free- Trade’ Myth” by Pankaj Mishra

“The New York Times Magazine”: “When You’re a Digital Nomad, the World Is Your Office” by Kyle Chayka

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The White Darkness” by David Grann

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Technology: Why Paper Jams Persist” by Joshua Rothman

“The New Yorker”: “State of the Resistance” by Jelani  Cobb

“New York Magazine”: “An Updated Guide to the Culture of Intoxicants” by Lauren Levin

“New York Magazine”: “Fashion Has an Image Problem” by Stella Bugbee

“New York Magazine”: “The Other Women’s March on Washington” by Rebecca Traister

“The New York Review of Books”: “Toughing It Out in Cairo” by Jasmine El Rashidi

“The New York Review of Books”: “Facebook’s Fake News Fix” by Sue Halpern

“The Atlantic”: “China Loves Trump” by Benjamin Carlson

“The Atlantic”: “The Real Bias at the FBI” by David A. Graham

“The Atlantic”: “The Man Who Saw Inside Himself” by Mark Bowden

“The Atlantic”: “Who Murdered Malta’s Most Famous Journalist?” by Rachel Donadio

“The Guardian”: “’The training stays with you’: the elite Mexican soldiers recruited by the cartels” by Falko Ernst

“The Guardian”: “My romantic holiday’: the good, the bad and the calamitous”

“The Observer”: “The Observer view on the future of space travel” (Editorial)

“Politico”: “The Coming Wars” by Bruno Maçães

“Politico Magazine”: “The Secret to Henry Kissinger’s Success” by Niall Ferguson

“Outside”: “How to Survive 75 Hours Alone in the Ocean” by Alex Hutchinson

“Outside”: “The Lost Art of Growing Old” by Bill Donahue

“Atavist”: “Losing Conner’s Mind” by Amitha Kalainchandran

“Wired”: “It’s the (Democracy-Poisoning) Golden Age of Free Speech” by Zeynep Tufekci

..........Kalenderwoche 5...........

“The Washington Post”: “Trump calls for unity, pushes GOP agenda in State of the Union speech” by Karen Tumulty & Philip Rucker

“The Washington Post”: “A Misleading State of the Union” by The Editorial Board

“The Washington Post”: “Fact checking the 2018 State of the Union speech” by Glen Kessler, Salvador Rizzo & Meg Kelly

“The Washington Post”: “Democrats to Trump: not good enough” by David Weigel

“The Washington Post”: “Hillary Clinton’s fatal flaw” by Christine Emba, Ruth Marcus & Alyssa Rosenberg

“The New York Times”: “Trump Can See an Improved Economy, but Not Himself” by Peter Baker

“The New York Times”: “What President Trump Doesn’t Get about the State of the Union” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Trump’s Volk und Vaterland” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “The 426 People, Places and Things Donald Trump  Has Insulted on Twitter: A Complete List” by Jasmine C. Lee & Kevin Quealy

“The New York Times”: “Haiti: The Heroes of Burial Road” by Catherine Porter & Daniel Berehulak (photos and video)

“The New York Times”: “Running Dry in Cape Town” by Dianne Kane

The New York Times”: “A Dangerous Course Israel Should Avoid” by Danny Yatom & Ammon Reshef

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Olympics Issue: The Frist African Team to Compete in Bobsled” as told by Jaime Low & Benjamin Lowy (photos)

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: What Does It Mean to Die?” by Rachel Aviv

“The New Yorker”:  “On Not Becoming My Father” by Michael Chabon

“The New Yorker”: “The Trippy, High-Speed World of Drone Racing” by Ian Frazier

“The New York Review of Books”: “Art in Free Fall” by David Salle

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Great British Empire Debate” by Kenan Malik

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Worst of the Worst” by Michael Tomasky

“The Guardian”: “Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies – what digital money really means for our future” by Alex Hern

“The Guardian”: “The bureaucracy of evil: how Isis ran a city” by Gaith Abdul-Ahad

The Guardian”: “How the people of Mosul subverted Isis’ ‘apartheid’” by Gaith Abdul-Ahad

“The Guardian”: “’His death kills me each day’ – Mosul residents return home – to what?” by Mona Mahmood

“The Guardian”: “How the Mafias infiltrated Italy’s asylum system” by Barbie Latza Nadeau

“The Guardian”: “Robots will take our jobs. We’d better plan now, before it’s too late” by Larry Elliott

“The Observer”: “The search for the perfect painkiller” by Nic Fleming

“The Independent”: “Can vodou succeed where Western medicine fails?” by Julia Buckely

 “The Independent”: “Inside Afrin, the true victims of Turkey’s invasion of northern Syria are revealed” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “Fake news: How going viral feeds the murky monster of truth” by David Barnett

“London Review of Books”: “Useful Only for Scrap Paper: Michelangelo’s Drawings” by Charles Hope

“Rolling Stone”: “How the GOP Rigs Elections” by Ari Berman

“National Geographic”: “They are watching you – and everything else on the planet” by Robert Draper

..........Kalenderwoche 4..............

“The New York Times”: “Tiny, Wealthy Qatar Goes Its Own Way, and Pays for It” by Declan Walsh & Tomas Munita

“The New York Times”: “To Rid the Taj Mahal of its Grime, India Prescribes a Mud Bath” by Kai Schultz

“The New York Times”: “The Follower Factory” by Nicholas Confessore, Gabriel J.X. Dance, Richard Harris & Mark Hansen

“The New York Times”: “Why Is Hollywood so Liberal?” by Neil Gross

“The New York Times”: “More than 160 Women say, Larry Nassar sexually abused them. Here are his accusers in their own words” by Carla Correa & Meghan Louttit

“The New York Times”: “Is There Something Wrong with Democracy?” by Max Fisher & Amanda Taub

“The New York Times”: “Fighting Climate Change? We’re Not Even Landing a Punch” by Eduardo Porter

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Arafat Eluded Israel’s Assassination Machine” by Ronen Bergman

“The New Yorker”: “Onward and Upward with the Arts: Using Comedy to Strengthen Nigeria’s Democracy” by Adrian Chen

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter at Large: A Prison Film Made in Prison” by Nick Paumgarten

“The New Yorker”: “The Political Scene: Jared Kushner Is China’s Trump Card” by Adam Entous & Evan Osnos

“New York Magazine”: “The Geeks of Wall Street” by Michelle Celarier

“New York Magazine”: “The Excesses of #MeToo” by Andrew Sullivan

“The New York Review of Books”: “Female Trouble” by Annette Gordon-Reed

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Bitter Secret of ‘Wormwood’” by Tamsin Shaw

“The New York Review of Books”: “Lebanon: About to Blow?” by Janine di Giovanni

“The New York Review of Books”: “Controlling the Chief” by Charlie Savage

The Washington Post”: “’I sit here and people just start to talk: How Michael Wolff wrote ‘Fire and Fury’” by Jonathan Capehart

“The Washington Post”: “The secret history of America’s ailing presidents and the doctors who covered up for them” by Monica Hesse

“The Washington Post”: “Inside the secret, sinister and very illegal cabal trying to destroy Trump” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “Welcome to the golden age of conservative magazines” by T.A. Frank

“The Guardian”: “’Never get high on your own supply - why social media bosses don’t use social media” by Alex Hern

“The Guardian”: “The kill chain: inside the unit that tracks targets for US drone wars” by Roy Wenzel

“The Guardian”: “We will get him’: the long hunt for Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi” by Martin Chulov

“The Guardian”: “Young Tunisians know 2011 changed nothing: the revolution goes on” by Ghassen Ben Khelifa & Hamza Hamouchene

“The Guardian”: “The Long Read: How a new technology is changing the lives of people who cannot speak” by Jordan Kisner

“The Guardian”: “Satellite Eye on Earth. November and December 2017 – in pictures”

“The Observer”: “Dazzled by Detroit: how Motown got its groove back” by Aaron Millar

“The Atlantic”: “Can the Earth Feed 10 Billion People?” by Charles C. Mann

..........Kalenderwoche 3..........

“The Guardian”: “The Trump test: are you fit to be US president?” by Anna Livsey

“The Guardian”: “’Is whistleblowing worth prison or a life in exile?’: Edward Snowden talks to Daniel Ellsberg” by Ewen MacAskill, Edward Snowden & Daniel Ellsberg

“The Guardian”: “Aden in the spotlight: war-torn city tries to dust itself off” by Phil Hoad

“The Guardian”: “Assault is not a feeling. The Aziz Ansari story shows why language matters” by Tiffany Wright

“The Guardian”: “Mythconceptions – 10 things from history everybody gets wrong” by Rebecca Rideal

“The Guardian”: “Trapped in Yemen: one man’s astonishing fight to get home to America” by Dave Eggers

“The Guardian”: “The Promise: One year after a county flipped for Trump, support has been lost – but isn’t gone” by Tom McCarthy

“The Guardian”: “Beyond the wire: the refugees of Manus Island”

“The Guardian”: “Post work. The radical idea of a world without jobs” by Andy Beckett

“The Guardian”: “Melania Trump: Seldom seen, rarely heard” by Lucia Graves

“The Observer”: “Zadie Smith: ‘I have a very messy and chaotic mind”

“The Observer”: “Anger that drove the Arab spring is flaring again” by Emma Grahm-Harrison

“London Review of Books”: “The Spanish Flu: The Untreatable” by Gavin Francis

“The Atlantic”: “Science Is Giving the Pro-Life Movement a Boost” by Emma Green

“The Washington Post”: “Mr. President, stop attacking the press” by John McCain

“The Washington Post”: “The coldest village on earth” by Eli Rosenberg

“The Washington Post”: “Is Trump’s doctor okay?” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “What 7 Post photographers discovered after having 102 conversations with people in all 50 states plus D.C.” by Karly Domb Sadof,  Mary Anne Golon & Wendy Galieta

“The Washington Post”: “Book review: American democracy is on a break: welcome to ‘Trumpocracy’”by Carlos Lozada

“The Washington Post”: “What Unites Us?” by Ann Gerhart

“The New York Times”: “Letters: ‘Vison, Chutzpah and Some Testosterone’”

“The New York Times”: “What We Can Learn from S-Hole Countries” by Nicholas Kristof

“The New York Times”: “The 747 Had a Great Run. But Farewell Doesn’t Mean the End” by Zach Wichter & Dustin Chamber (photographs)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Beyond the Bitcoin Bubble” by Steven Johnson

“The New York Times Magazine”: “I Used to Insist I Didn’t Get Angry. Not Anymore – On Female Rage” by Leslie Jamison

“The New York Times”: “Keep Our Mountains Free. And Dangerous” by Francis Sanzaro

“The New York Times”: “How the Other Half Lives in Iran” by Shahram Khosravi

“The New Yorker”: “World War Three, by Mistake” by Eric Schlosser

“The New Yorker”: “Dept. of Foreign Policy: How the U.S. Is Making the War in Yemen Worse” by Nicolas Niarchos

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Calabria: The Woman Who Took on the Mafia” by Alex Perry

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Nuclear Worrier” by Thomas Powers

“Rolling Stone”: “Death of the American Trucker” by Tim Dickinson

..........Kalenderwoche 3...........

“The Guardian”: “India has 600 million young people – and they’re set to change our world” by Ian Jack

“The Guardian”: “Super Wealth: When will we see the world’s first trillionaire?” by Tom Campbell

“The Guardian”: “We laugh at Russian propaganda, but Hollywood history is just as fake” by Simon Jenknis

“The Guardian”: “California in revolt: how the progressive state plans to foil the Trump by Sam Levin

“The Guardian”: “Victor Orban’s reckless football obsession” by David Goldblatt & Daniel Nolan

“The Observer”: “’Peter Preston believed that journalism should try to make the world a better place’” by Roger Alton

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: “When Deportation Is a Death Sentence” by Sarah Stillman

“The New Yorker”: “Modern Times: The Psychology of Inequality” by Elizabeth Kolbert

“New York Magazine”: “Maria’s Bodies” by Mattathias Schwartz (story) & Matt Black (photographs)

“New York Magazine”: “’The World’s Biggest Terrorist Has a Pikachu Bedspread” by Kerry Howley (story) & Mike McQuade (illustration)

“The New York Review of Books”: “Homeless in Gaza” by Sarah Helms

“The New York Review of Books”: “Bitcoin Mania” by Sue Halpern

“FiveBooks”: “The Best Nature Writing of 2017” by Charles Foster

“Outside”: “Red Daw in in Lapland” by David Wolman

“Smithsonian.com”: “The Extraordinary Life of Nikola Tesla” by Richard Gunderman

“ProPublica”: “Trashed: Inside the Deadly World of Private Garbage Collection” by Kiera Feldman

“Literary Hub: “The Largest Leak in History” by Jeffrey Himmelman

“Mosaic”: “Something in the Water” by Joshua Sokol

“Verso”: “The Communist hypothesis” by Alain Badiou & Laurent Joffrin

“War on the Rocks”: “How to Organize a Military Coup” by Danny Orbach

“the PARIS REVIEW”: “Jack Kerouac, The Art of Fiction No. 41” interviewed by Ted Berriogan

“The New York Times”: “In My Chronic Illness, I Found a Deeper Meaning” by Elliot Kukla

“The New York Times”: “Where Women Can Make Movies? The Middle East” by Nana Asfour

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Learning How to Fool Our Algorithmic Spies” by John Herman

“The New York Times”: “Mr. Amazon Steps Out” by Nick Wingfield & Nellie Bowles

“The New York Times”: “Donald Trump Flushes Away America’s Reputation” by the Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “How Democracies Perish” by David Brooks

“The New York Times”: “52 Places to Go to in 2018”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Mystery of the Exiled Billionaire Whistle-Blower” by Lauren Hilgers

“The Washington Post”: “Being a mother in Hawaii during 38 minutes of nuclear fear” by Allison Wallis

..........Kalenderwoche 2..........

“HuffPost”: “The Wildest Moments from ‘Fire and Fury’, the Trump book everyone is talking about” by Marina Fang, Sara Boboltz & Chris D’Angelo

“New York Magazine”: “Donald Trump Didn’t Want to Be President” by Michael Wolff & Jeffrey Smith (illustrations)

“The New York Times”: “Michael Wolff, From Local Media Scourge to National Newsmaker” by Michael S. Grynbaum

“The New York Times”: “Everyone in Trumpworld Knows He’s an Idiot” by Michelle Goldberg

“The New York Times”: “Why Iran Is Protesting” by Amir Ahmadi Arian

“The New York Times”: “A Chinese Empire Reborn” by Edward Wong

“The New York Times”: “If No One Owns the Moon, Can Anyone Make Money Up There?” by Kenneth Chang

“The New York Times Magazine”: “This Cat Sensed Death: What If Computers Could, Too?” by Siddhartha Mukherjee

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Case for the Subway” by Jonathan Mahler

The New Yorker”: “Letter from California: Can Hollywood Change Its Ways” by Dana Goodyear

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: Making China Great Again” by Evan Osnos

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History: My Father’s Body, At Rest, and in Motion” by Siddhartha Mukherjee

“The New York Review of Books”: “This Land Is Our Land” by Raja Shehadeh

“The New York Review of Books”: “Damage Bigly” by James Mann

“The New York Review of Books”: “Murderous Majorities” by Mukul Kesavan

“The New York Review of Books”: “God’s Oppressed Children” by Pankaj Mishra

“The Washington Post”: “Dave Barry’s Year in Review: Russia Mania, covfefe, and the Category 5 weirdness of 2017” by Dave Barry

“The Washington Post”: “Winner and losers from 2017, the year in politics” by Aaron Blake

“The Washington Post”: “A once trendy Rio slum is now ‘at war’” by Anthony Faiola & Anna Jean Keiser

“The Intercept”: “The Biggest Secret: My Life as a New York Times Reporter in the Shadow of the War on Terror” by James Risen

“The Intercept”: “All the New Unfit to Print: James Risen on his Battles with Bush, Obama, and the New York Times” by James Risen

“The Guardian”: “Where to go on holiday in 2018 – the hotlist”

“The Guardian”: “2018 in books – a literary calendar”

“The Independent”: “The Middle East in 2018” by Patrick Cockburn

“Huffpost”; “What I Learned from Reading all the Media Safaris into ‘Trump country’ I Could Handle before Wanting to Die” by Ashley Feinberg

“Wired”: “Inside China’s Vast Experiment in Social Ranking” by Mara Hvistendahl

“Dawn”: “Who Killed Benazir Bhutto?” by Ziad Zafar

“History Today”: “The Sultan and the Sultan” by William Armstrong

“Lawfare”: “Avengers in Wrath: Moral Agency and Trauma Prevention for Remote Warriors” by Dave Blair

“The Atlantic”: “What Putin Really Wants” by Julia Joffe

..........Kalenderwoche 1...........

“The New York Times”: “How to Be Happier, Safer, Healthier and Smarter in 2018” by Tim Herrera

“The New York Times”: “In Tangled War in Afghanistan, a Thin Line of Defense against ISIS” by Mujib Mashal

“The New York Times”: “Editors Speak: A Reading List 2017” by David Leonhardt

“The New York Times”: “The Year in Climate”

“The New York Times”: “Trump Veers Away from 70 Years of U.S. Foreign Policy” by Mark Landler

“The New York Times”: “Iran’s and Saudi’s Latest Power Struggle: Expanding Rights for Women” by Anne Barnard & Thomas Erdbrink

“The New York Times”: “At His Own Wake, Celebrating Life, and the Gift of Death” by Leslye Davis

“The New York Times”: “An Israel of Pride and Shame” by Roger Cohen

“The Washington Post”: “10 ways tech will shape your life in 2018, for better and worse” by George F. Fowler

“The Washington Post”: “A Second Revolution in Iran? Not yet” by Maziar Bahari

“The Washington Post”: “To beat Trump, you have to learn to think like his supporters” by Andres Miguel Rondon

“The Guardian”: “Trump’s progress report: his impact so far and what to watch for next year” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “How I became Christian again: the long journey to find my faith once more” by Bryan Mealer

“The Observer”: “Laughing parrots, backflipping robots and savior viruses: Science stories of 2017”

The Independent”: “Twenty extraordinary women who changed the world in 2017” by Harriet Marsden

“Literary Review”: “Gorbachev: The Last Comrade” by Robert Service

“Verso”: “The Communist hypothesis” by Alain Badiou & Laurent Joffrin

“Emergency Physicians Monthly”: “How One Las Vegas ED Saved Hundreds of Lives After the Worst Mass Shooting in U.S. History” by Kevin Menes MD, Judith Tintinally MD, Ms & Logan Plaster

“American Affairs”: “The New Class War” by Michael Lind

“Atlas Obscura”: “To be a bee” by Natasha Frost

“History Today”: “Murder at the Vatican” by Catherine Fletcher

“The Economist”: “Naples: The monster beneath” by Helen Gordon

“Commentary”: “The Art of Conducting” by Terry Teachout

“Vox”: “Talking Policy with Paul Krugman” by Ezra Klein

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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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