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Von Ignaz Staub, 19.08.2019

Berichte in angelsächsischen Medien, ausgewählt von Ignaz Staub.

«The Washingtgon Post»: «Trump has one playbook, and very few plays left in it» by Dan Balz

«The Washington Post»: «How not to fix Silicon Valley» by Paul Musgrave

«The Washington Post»: «The Kong Kong protests are the inevitable effect of an impossible system» by Keith B. Richburg

«The Washington Post»: «In God’s country» by Elizabeth Bruenig

«The Washington Post»: «Captured ISIS fighters get short sentences and art therapy in Syria» by Liz Sly

«The Washington Post»: «An old camera and a roll of film help one photographer rediscover the pleasures of photography» by Kenneth Dickermann &Jerry Wolford

«The Washington Post» : «Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency is part of a  disturbing financial trend» by Graham Steele

«The Intercept»: «Here Are Five Lies About Iran That We Need to Refute to Stop Another Illegal War» by Mehdi Hassan

«The Intercept»: «The Sharpest Lens on the Arab World Belongs to Arab Women Reporting There» by Maryam Saleh

«The Intercept»: «A Syrian Mother’s Letter to her Daughter, ‘For Sama’, Shows War in an Unusually Intimate Light» by Sarah Aziza

«The New York Times»: «Inmate No. 76318-054: The Last Days of Jeffrey Epstein» by Ali Watkins, Danielle Ivory & Christina Goldbaum

«The New York Times» : «If You Think Trump Is Helping Israel, You’re a Fool» by Thomas L. Friedman

«The New York Times»: «How to Torture Trump» by Gail Collins

«The New York Times»: «The Phony Patriots of Silicon Valley» by Kevin Roose

«The New York Times Magazine» : «The 1619 Project» by Matthew Desmond (essay) & Dannielle Bowman (photograph)

«The New York Times Magazine» : «The Undemocratic Impulses of American Democracy» by Jamelle Bouie

«The New York Times Magazine» : «To Know the Brutality of American Capitalism, Start on the Plantation» by Matthew Desmond

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Why Is Everyone Always Stealing Black Music» by Wesley Morris

«The New Yorker»: «The Political Scene: Stacy Abrams’s Fight for a Fair Vote» by Jelani Cobb

«The New Yorker»: «Personal History: A Year Without a Name» by Cyrus Grace Dunham

«The New Yorker»: «What Toni Morrison Understood about Hate» by David Remnick

«The Guardian» : «The long read -  ‘Loud, obsessive and tribal’ : the radicalisation of remain» by Daniel Cohen

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: the crisis in Kashmir»

«The Guardian»: «Documentary films - One child nation: looking back at China’s horrifying policy» by Chartles Bramesco

«The Guardian»: «What do the Hongkong protesters want?» by Alison Rourke

«The Guardian»: «Brexit has turned our government into an Orwellian Ministry of Truth» by Polly Toynbee

«The Guardian»: «The long read – The myth of Eurabia : how a far-right conspiracy theory went mainstream» by Andrew Brown

«The Guardian»: «The long read: Why it’s time to stop worrying about the decline of the English language» by David Shariatmadari

«The Guardian»: «Alpine climbing routes crumble as climate crisis continues» by Marco Bertorello/AFP/Getty Imgaes

«The Guardian» : «Grass Ski  Championship in Pictures» by Alexandra Wey

«The Guardian» : «‘In many ways, it was a miracle’: looking back at Woodstock at 50» by Rob LeDonne

«The Guardian»: «’Groovy, groovy, groovy: listening to Woodstock 50 years on – all 38 discs» by Bob Stanley

«The Guardian»: «The long read: Why it’s time to stop worrying about the decline of the English language» by David Shariatmadari

«The Observer»: «Hong Kong’s dilemma: fight or resist peacefully?» by Lily Kuo

«The Independent»: «If Chinese tanks take Hong Kong, who’ll be surprised? Land grabs are happening everywhere – and we’re complicit» by Robert Fisk

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«The New York Times»: «Jeffrey Epstein Is Dead. His Victims Still Deserve Justice» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times»: «A Common Trait Among Mass Killers : Hatred Toward Women» by Julie Bosman, Kate Taylor & Tim Arango

«The New York Times»: «The Global Machine Behind the Rise of Far-Right Nationalism» by Jo Becker

«The New York Times»: «Toni Morrison, Towering Novelist of the Black Experience, Dies at 88» by Margalit Fox

«The New York Times»: «Toni Morrison’s Song of America» by Tracy K. Smith

«The New York Times»: «8chan Is a Megaphone for Shooters. ’Shut the Site Down’, Says Its Creator» by Kevin Roose

«The New York Times» : «Requiem for White Men» by Maureen Dowd

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Schoolteacher and the Genocide» by Sarah Topol

«The New York Times Magazine»: «How Bill de Blasio Went from Progressive Hope to Punching Bag» by Matt Flegenheimer

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Inquiry: Why Doctors Should Organize» by Eric Topol

«The New Yorker»: «Battleground America» by Jill Lepore

«The New Yorker»: «How Mosquitoes Changed Everything» by Brooke Jarvis

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Supreme Court: Keeping Up Appearances» by David Cole

«The New York Review of Books»: «Climate Change: Burning Down the House» by Alan Weisman

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Daily Alchemy of Translation» by Jennifer Croft

«The Washington Post»: «Visual story: Two cities united in a tragedy uniquely American» by Reis Thebault, Karly Dom Sadof, Nick Kirkpatrick & Lucio Villa

«The Washington Post» : «Suddenly we’re the country the rest of the world is warning about» by Dana Milbank

«The Washington Post»: «Modi’s radical move on Kashmir takes India into unchartered territory» by Joanna Slater

«The Washington Post»: «Have followers, will travel» by Elizabeth Chang

«TIME»: «Why America Is Losing the Fight Against White Nationalist Terrorism» by Vera Bergengruen & W.J. Hennigan

«The Atlantic»: «White Nationalism’s Deep American Roots» by Adam Serwer

«The Atlantic»: «I’ve seen the limits of journalism» by John Temple

«The Guardian»: «8chan: the far right website linked to the rise in hate crimes» by Julie Carrie Wong

«The Guardian»: «Kibera: ’There’s a lot of weirdness in a slum’» by Tracy McVeigh & Rod Austin

«The Guardian»: «’I don’t smell’: Meet the people who have stopped washing» by Amy Fleming

«The Guardian»: «The Californians forced to live in cars and RVs» by Vivian Ho

«The Guardian»: «Fears of ‘Chernobyl on ice’ as Russia prepares floating nuclear plant» by Andrew Roth

«The Guardian » : «Ahead of the pack: the best books about running» by Ben Wilkinson

«The Guardian»: «’We have to fight for our rights’: are Russians ready to defy Putin?» by Shaun Walker

«The Guardian»: «Toni Morrison: farewell to America’s greatest writer – we all owe her so much» by Chigozie Obioma

«The Guardian»: «How the media contributed to the migrant crisis» by Daniel Trilling

«The Observer»: «‘His conduct left an impression that lingered’ : the life of Jeffrey Epstein»

«The Observer»: «‘Hungry kids collapse as looter take millions’: life in today’s Zimbabwe» by Jason Burke

«The Independent»: «Lies and buffoonery: How Boris Johnson’s fantasy world casts dark shadows in the Middle East » by Robert Fisk

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«The New York Tims» : «Back-to-Back Shooting Massacres Shake a Bewildered Nation to Its Core» by Campell Robertson, Julie Bosman & Mitch Smith

«The New York Times»: «El Paso Shooting Suspect’s Manifesto Echoes Trump’s Language» by Peter Baker & Michael D. Shear

«The New York Times»: «We Have a White Nationalist Terrorist Problem» by The Editorial Board

«The Washington Post»: «Trump makes it all worse. How it could be different» by Editorial Board

«The Washington Post» : «FBI faces scepticism over its efforts to fight domestic terrorism» by Devlin Barrett

«The Washington Post» : «Media’s coverage of gun-massacres must change» by Margaret Sullivan

«The New York Times»: «1969: It’s the Anniversary of Everything» by Alyson Krueger

«The New York Times»: «The Who-Can-Beat Trump Test Leads to Kamela Harris» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «Marianne Williamson Knows How to Beat Trump» by David Brooks

«The New York Times»: «Older Women: They’re Mad as Hell» by Ruth La Ferla

«The New York Times» : «Letters Show How Osama bin Laden Groomed Son for Al Qaeda» by Rukmini Callimachi

«The New York Times»: «Dying Gasp of One Local Newspaper» by Richard Faussett (story) & Tim Gruber (photographs and video)

«The New York Times Magazine» : «Spain’s Most Celebrated Wrtiter Believes The Facist Past Is Still Present» by Giles Harvey

«The New York Times Magazine» : «Paradise, Calif.: ‘There Is Fire Everywhere’» by Jon Mooallem (text) & Katy Grsnnsan (photographs)

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Law: Alan Dershowitz, Devil’s Advocate» by Connie Bruck

«The New Yorker»: «Dept. Of Finance: The Invention of Money» by John Lanchester

«The New Yorker»: «Books: What P.T.Barnum Understood About America» by Elizabeth Colbert

«The New York Review of Books»: «Real Americans» by Joseph O’Neill

«The Washington Post»: «She went undercover to expose an insane asylum’s horrors. Now Nellie Bly is getting her due» by Diane Bernard

«The Washington Post Magazine»: «Victims, Families and America’s Thirst for True Crime Stories» by Britt Perseon (text) & Mollie Walton Corbett (photos)

«The Washington Post Magazine»: «The Poignant But Complicated Friendship of Joe Biden and Barack Obama» by Steven Levingston (story) & Michelle Thompson (illustrations)

«The Intercept»: «Mike Pompeo Is Donald Trump’s De Facto Intelligence Czar» by James Risen

«The Guardian»: «No-deal Brexit was once a sick Tory joke. Not it’s serious» by Simon Jenkins

«The Guardian»: «The long read: How the state runs business in China» by Richard McGregor

«The Guardian»: «Living without water: the crisis pushing people out of El Salvador» by Nina Lakhani

«The Guardian»: «’He’ll reap what he sows’: What does Baltimore make of Trump?» by David Smith

«The Guardian»: "Ken Burns on America: ‘We’re a strange and complicated people’" by Mark Lawson

«The Guardian»: «Women at war: why do we still struggle with the ides of women soldiers?» by Sarah Hall

«The Guardian»: «From a wrongful arrest to a life-saving romance: the typos that have changed people’s lives» by Tom Lamont

«The Guardian»: «Economics is a failing disciplie doing great harm – so let’s rethink it» by Andrew Simms

«The Guardian»: «’It just takes off’: how the short-video-app TikTok has caused a global stir» by Naman Zhoo

«Rolling Stone» : «The Iowa Circus» by Matt Taibbi

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«The Washington Post»: «Mueller didn’t fail. The country did» by Jennifer Rubin

«The Washington Post» : «Democrats now have one option to end Trump’s presidency: the 2020 election» by Dan Balz

«The Washington Post»: «To understand how to beat Trump in 2020, Democrats should look to comedians» by Richard Zoglin

«The Washington Post»: «A weary old man with a warning» by Paul Zak & Jada Juan

«The Washington Post»: «Content moderators are haunted by what they see on the internet» by Elizabeth Dwoskin, Jeanne Wahlen & Regine Cabato

«The Washington Post»: «These are the winners oft he 12th annual iPhone photography awards» by Olivier Laurent

«The Washington Post Magazine»: «The Surprisingly Tolerable Second Act of Anthony Scaramucci» by Rebecca Nelson (story) & Mark Mann (photos)

«The Intercept»: «Congress and the Press Should Pick Up Where Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller Left Off» by James Risen

«The Intercept»: «Rainforest on Fire» by Alexander Zaitchick

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Ham of Fate» by Finton O’Toole

«The New York Review of Books»: «Iran: The Case Against War» by Steven Simon & Jonathan Stevenson

«The New York Review of Books»: «A Long & Undeclared Emergency» by Pankaj Mishra

«The New Yorker»: «Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds» by Elizabeth Colbert

«The New Yorker»: «Books: Rediscovering Natalia Ginzburg» by Joan Acocella

«The New Yorker»: «Dept. Of Motor Vehicles: Was the Automotive Era a Terrible Mistake?» by Nathan Heller

«The New York Times» : «Brexit Under Boris Johnson: Deal or No Deal?» by Richard Pérez-Peňa

«The New York Times»: «Why I’m Rooting for Boris Johnson» by Bret Stephens

«The New York Times»: «Trump Impeachment Is Far Less Likely After Muller Testimony» by Carl Hulse

«The New York Times»: «Trump’s Inumanity Before a Victim of Rape» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «This Is an Article About Women» by Nicola Pardy

«The New York Times»: «‘They’re doing it as we sit here’» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times»: «Honduras: Pay or Die » by Sonja Nazario (text) & Victor J. Blue (photos)

«The New York Times Magazine» : «‘The Era of People Like You Is Over’: How Turkey Purged Its Intellectuals» by Suzy Hansen

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Joe Biden Wants to Take America Back to a Time Before Trump» by Michael Steinberger

«The Guardian»: «The disinformation age: a revolution in propaganda » by Peter Pomerantsev

«The Guardian»: «The world knows what is happeing to the Uighurs. Why has it been so slow to act?» by Kate Lyons

«The Guardian» : «House of Pain: Who are the Sacklers under fire in lawsuits over opioids?» by Joanna Walters

«The Guardian» : «From Johnson to Trump, nationalists are on the rise – backed by bllionaire oligarchs» by George Monbiot

«The Independent»: «At Cologne’s Gestapo museum, visitors are drawing modern parallels – can we really say they’re being simplistic?» by Robert Fisk

«The Independent»: «Trump is powering the UK’s preparations for war – it’s he who needs to be deterred, not Iran» by Robert Fisk

«The Independent»: «A Letter to the UK from a White House reporter who spent the last year covering Trump» by Andrew Feinberg

«The Conversation»: «The internet is rotting – let’s embrace it» by Viktor Mayer-Schönberger

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«The New York Times»: «Experience the Moon Landing as the Astronauts Did»

«The New York Times» : «The Story of 8 Unforgettable Words About Apollo 11» by John Schwartz

«The New York Times»: «Is It Time to Play with Spaceships Again?» by Dennis Overbye

«The New York Times» : «‘Trump’s going to Get Re-Elected – Isn’t He ?’» by Thomas L. Friedman

«The New York Times»: «Notre Dame came far closer to callapsing than people knew. This is how it was saved» by Elian Peltier, James Glanz, Mika Gröhndal, Weiyi Cai, Adam Nossiter & Liz Alderman

«The New York Times»: «Will Sudan’s Revolution Succeed?» by Declan Walsh

«The New York Times»: «A Prosperous China Says ‘Men Preferred’ and Women Lose» by Amy Qin

«The New York Times» : «Don’t Scoff at Influencers. They’re Taking Over the World» by Kevin Roose

«The New York Times»: «The Virtues and Vices of Nationalism» by Ross Douhat

«The New York Times Magazine»: «How America Got to ‘Zero Tolerance’ on Immigration: The Inside Story» by Jason Zengerle

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Pete Buttigieg Is Still Figuring This Out» by Marc Leibovich

«The New Yorker»: «Profiles: Kamela Harris Makes Her Case» by Dana Goodyear

«The New Yorker»: «The Promise and Price of Cellular Therapies» by Siddhartha Mukherrje

«The New Yorker»: «The Art of Aphorism» by Adam Gopnik

«New York Review of Books»: «The American Dark Money Behind Europe’s Far Right» by Marie Fitzgerald & Claire Provost

«The Washington Post»: «Why does President Trump keep dragging Jews into his attacks?» by Batya Ungar-Sargon

«The Washington Post»: «The speech Richard Nixon would have given ‘in event of moon disaster» by James Mann

«The Washington Post» : «Tiptoeing around Trump’s racism is a betrayal of journalistic truth-telling» by Margaret Sullivan

«The Washington Post» : «Why is American masculinity at the center of gun culture, but not the gun debate?» by Nicki DeMarco, Erin Patrick O’ Connor & Sarah Hashemi

«The Washington Post Magazine»: «Is It Okay to Laugh at Florida Man?» by Logan Hill (story) & Peter Arkle (illustrators)

«The Guardian»: «Laughter and lies: Boris Johnson’s journey from journalist to MP» by Dan Sabbagh & Frances Perraudin

«The Guardian» : «Podcast : The real Boris Johnson: politician or journalist?"

«The Guardian» : «From Trump to Boris Johnson, we’re moving from post-truth to post-shame» by Alastair Campell

«The Guardian» : «What caused Britain’s national nervous breakdown?» by Tim Lott

«The Guardian» : «Which is the world’s most vertical city?» by Matthew Keegan

«The Guardian»: «The rise and fall of French cuisine» by Wendell Steavenson

«The Guardian» : «Switzerland’s wine festival – in pictures»

«The Guardian» : «The long read - Generalise, don’t specialise : why focussing too narrowly is bad for us » by David Epstein

«The Observer»: «Invasion of the electric scooter: can our cities cope?» by James Tapper

«The Independent»: «Trumpis hissy-fit over Darroch will blow a chill wind across Britain’s emabssies in the Middle East» by Robert Fisk

«Wired»: «Here’s How Elon Musk Plans to Stitch a Computer Into Your Brain» by Adam Rogers

«Lapham’s Quarterly»: «The Impossible Dream» by David Wootton

«Tablet Magazine»: «The Ashkenazi Quarrel» by Arthur Fish

«Foreign Affairs»: «A New Americanism» by Jill Lepore

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«The Guardian» : «Podcast: What is happening to migrant children at US border facilities?»

«The Guardian» : «How online surveillance is killing private conversation» by Alex Hern

«The Guardian»: «From #MeToo to missing baboons: the World illustration awards – in pictures»

«The Guardian»: «Women’s World Cup: the best shots by female photographers»

«The Guardian»: «New cities in the sand: inside Egypt’s dream to conquer the desert» by Rachel Keeton & Nichelle Provoost

«The Guardian»: «Summer reading – 100 best holiday books  for 2019»

«The Guardian» : «Faith and freedoms : why evangelicals profess unwavering love for Trump» by Tom McCarthy

 «The Guardian»: «There’s no ‘right’ v‘ left’: it is Trump and the oligarchs v the rest» by Robert Reich

«The Guardian» : «The long read - ‘State caption’: the corruption investigation that has shaken South Africa» by Mark Gevisser

«The Observer» : «Everyone’s going back to the moon. But why?» by Robin McKie

«London Review of Books»: «Lilian Ross : Not Enough Delilahs» by Andrew O’Hagan

«The Intercept»: «Nancy Pelosi Has Chosen Her War, and It’s With Her Own Party’s Future» by Mehdi Hasan

«The Intercept»: «The World’s Leaders Are Terrible. Let’s Declae Our Independence from All of Them» by Jon Schwarz & Michael Gerber

«Rolling Stone»: «Ross Perot Had the Last Laugh» by Matt Taibbi

«Rolling Stone»: «Next Contestant, Iran: Meet America’s Permanent War Formula» by Matt Taibbi

«Rolling Stone»: «Is America Ready for Mayor Pete?» by Stephen Rodrick

«Longreads»: «Putin’s Rasputin» by Amos Barshad

«Longreads»: «Out of Toons» by Soraya Roberts

«Wired»: «The Cryptocurrency Rush Transforming Old Swiss Gold Mines» by Michael Hardy (text) & Claudio Cerasoli (photograph)

«The New York Times» : «Can Hongkong’s Resistance Win?» by Ai Weiwei

«The New York Times»: «Who Protected Jeffrey Epstein?» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times» : «Jeffrey Epstein Is the Ultimate Symbol of Plutocratic Rot» by Michelle Goldberg

«The New York Times» : «Fidel Castro Once Envisioned a Free and Independent Cuba» by Jonathan M. Hanson

«The New York Times»: «’Our Duty’ to Fight: The Rise of Militant Buddhism» by Hannah Beech

«The New York Times» : «What and Whom Are Jewish Museums For?» by Melissa Eddy

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Great Race to Rule Streaming TV» by Jonah Weiner

«The New York Times»: «The World According to Mad Magazine» by Tim Kreider

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Why Is There So Much Saudi Money in American Universities?» by Michael Sokolove

«The New Yorker» : «Annals of Technology: The Fight for the Future of YouTube» by Neima Jahroni

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Seismology: The Really Big One» by Kathryh Schulz

«The New Yorker»: «Boris Johnson’s ‘Looking Glass’ Exit» by Amy Davidson Sorkin

«The Washington Post»: «Under fire on Libya’s frontlines» by Sudarsan Raghavan (text) & Lorenzo Tugnoli (photos)

«The Washington Post»: «On migration, Europe can’t claim the moral high ground» by Rick Noack

«The Washington Post» : «Fifteen minutes on cable television that illustrated one of America’s deepest political divides» by Philip Bump

«The Washington Post»: «After British ambassadors’ downfall, diplomats fear putting Trump criticism in writing» by John Hudson & Karen DeYoung

«Nature»: «Time Is Running Out for Sand» by Mette Bendixen, Jim Best, Chris Hackney & Lars Lensmann Iversen

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«The New York Times»: «America the Beautiful» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times»: «He Loves American Coffee and Restaurants. Is He a Credible Negotiator for Iran?» by Farnaz Fassihi & David E. Kirkpatrick

«The New York Times» : «Hungry, Scared and Sick : Inside the Migrant Detention Center in Clint. Tex.» by Simon Romero, Zolan Kanno-Youngs, Manny Fernandez, Daniel Borunda, Aaron Montes & Caitlin Dickerson

«The New York Times» : «How A.I. Helped Improved Counting in Hong Kong Protests» by K.K. Rebecca Lai, Jin Wu & Lingdong Huang

«The New York Times»: « Colorado : Reefer Madness or Pot Paradise?» by Jack Hely

«The New York Times» : «Donald Trump Too Tame for You? Meet Britain’s Boris Johnson» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Scientists Are Giving Dead Brains New Life. What Could Go Wrong?» by Matthew Shaer

«The New Yorker»: «Personal History: The Lingering of Loss» by Jill Lepore

«The New Yorker»: «Letter from Lima: What Led Peru’s Former President to Take His Own Life» by Daniel Alarcón

«The New Yorker»: «A Reporter at Large: Will Hunter Biden Jeopardize His Father’s Campaign?» by Adam Entous

«The New Yorker»: «Dispatch: The New Face of Turkey’s Opposition» by Ayla Jean Yackley

«New York Magazine» : «Cain and Abel and Oil» by Ian Frisch

«The New York Review of Books»: «Pete Buttigieg: The Road Taken» by Caroline Fraser

«The New York Review of Books»: «Carrying a Single Life : On Literature and Translation» by Teju Cole

«The Washington Post»: «AP EXPLAINS: Iran’s nuclear stockpile as 2015 unravels » by Jon Gambrell

«The Washington Post»: «‘I’ve lost hope for my life’: Iranians describe hardships as Trump expands sanctions » by Karen DeYoung, Erin Cunningham & Souad Mekhennet

«The Washington Post» : « On Fourth of July, read the Declaration of Independence» by George F. Will

«The Washington Post» : «Haunted by the Reagan Era» by Ryan Grim

«The Washington Post»: «Ilhan Omar’s American Story: It’s complicated» by Greg Jaffe & Souad Mekhennet

«The Washington Post Magazine»: «Is Centrism Doomed?» by Simon van Zuylen-Wood (text) & Mark Peterson (photos)

«The Guardian»: «It’s not that we’ve failed to rein in Faccebook and Google. We’ve not even tried» by Shoshana Zuboff

«The Guardian»: «Captain who rescued 42 migrants: ’I’d do it again despite jail threat’ » by Lorenzo Tondo

«The Independent» : «The people of the Middle East should be reassured of one thing – their autocrats are no longer a global anomaly» by Robert Fisk

«London Review of Books» : «Macron’s War» by Didier Fassin

«London Review of Books»: «Steely Women in a World of Wobbly Men» by David Runciman

«London Review of Books»: « Trump’s Charisma » by Eli Zaretzky

«Columbia Journalism Review»: «Springer: Tower of Industries» by Andrew Curry (text) & Mengxin Li (illustration)

«Columbia Journalism Review» : «The View from Nowhere » by Atossa Araxia Abrahamian

«Longreads»: «’Nothing Kept Me Up at Night the Way the Gorgon Stare Did’» by Sam Jaffe Goldstein

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«The Guardian»: «Podcast: Has Saudi Arabia come away with the murder of Kamal Kashoggi?»

«The Guardian»: «Meet generation Greta: young climate activists around the world» by Anna Turns

«The Guardian»: «The waiting room: A single parent’s unflinching account of living with cancer» by Victoria Mapplebeck

«The Guardian»: «A young family left El Salvador for a better life. Their tragedy encapsulates the immigration crisis» by Anna-Catherine Brigida

«The Guardian»: «What has changed since the Stonewall rebellion?» by Ed Pilkington

«The Guardian»: «Arab world turns its back on religion – and its ire on the US» by Kate Hodal

«The Guardian»: «Picture essay - Faces of War: Kurdistan’s armed struggle against Islamic State»

«The Guardian» : «The long read: The new left economics : how a network of thinkers is transforming capitalism » by Andy Beckett

«The Guardian»: «Apocalypse now. Images of a world in turmoil»

«The Atlantic»: «Doublethink Is Stronger Than Orwell Imagined» by George Packer

«The Atlantic»: «The Biggest Obstacle to Trump’s Victory in 2010» by Ronald Bronwstein

«The Atlantic»: «At Work, Expertise Is Falling Out of Favor » by Jerry Useem

«The Washington Post»: «Who can beat Trump? The answer is no clearer after Miami» by Dan Balz

«The Washington Post»: «How did Nasa put men on the moon? One harrawing step at a time» by Joel Achenbach

«The Washington Post»: «Essay - Want to builda far-right movement? Spain’s Vox party shows how» by Anne Applebaum

«The Washington Post»: «Palestinians want freedom, not Trump administration bribes» by Mohammed Shtayyeh

«The Washington Post»: «Essay  - Is the individual obsolete?» by George F. Will

«The Washington Post»: «Books for the Ages» by Book World Staff

«The Washington Post»: «Seeing Isn’t Believing: The Fact Checker’s guide to manipulated video»

«The New Yorker»: «A Critic at Large: The Paternity Reveal» by Margaret Talbot

«The New Yorker»: «Can Emanuel Macron Stem the Populist Tide?» by Lauren Collins

«The New Yorker»: «What Will Follow Trump’s Canceled Strike on Iran?» by Robin Wright

«The New York Times»: «The Worm That Nearly Ate the Internet» by Mark Bowden

«The New York Times»: «Photos of Drowned Migrants Captures Pathos of Those Who Risk it All» by Azam Ahmed & Kirk Semple

«The New York Times»: «The 50 Best Memoirs of the Past 50 Years»

«The New York Times»: «Why E. Jean Carrol, the ‘Anti-Victim’, Spoke Up about Trump» by Jessica Bennett, Megan Twohey & Alexandra Alter

«The New York Times»: «And Now the Dream of a Harris-Buttigieg Ticket» by Frank Bruni

«The New York Times»: «Supreme Court: Two Rulings Have Vast Implications on U.S. Politics» by Michael Wines

«The New York Times Magazine»: «What Does Putin Really Want» by Sarah A. Topol

«The New York Times Magazine»: «I’m 20. I have 32 Half Siblings. This Is My Family Portrait» by Eli Baden Lazar (photo essay)

«Wired»: «Fear, Misinformation, and Measles Spread in Brooklyn» by Amanda Schaffer

«The Intercept»: «Making a Killing» by Sarah Aziza

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«The New York Times» : «Trump’s Slouching Toward War with Iran Is a Disgrace» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «Distress and Defiance in Teheran» by Salar Abdoh

«The New York Times»: «Podcast: Jill Lepore on the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing»

«The New York Times»: «The Real Reason for Facebook’s New Cryptocurrency» by Kevin Werbach

«The New York Times»: «Deepfakes Are Coming. We Can No Longer Believe What We See» by Regina Rini

«The New York Times» : «How Will the Movies (As We Know Them) Survive the Next 10 Years» by Kyle Buchanan

«The New York Times» : «Who Gets to Own the West?» by Julie Turkewiz

«The New York Times» : «The Pianist and the Lobster» by Errol Morris & Scott Gelber (illustrations)

«The New York Times Magazine» : «Hypersonic Missiles Are Unstoppable. And They’re Starting a New Arms Race» by R. Jeffrey Smith

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How A.S.M.R. Became s Sensation” by Jamie Lauren Keiles

«The New Yorker»: «Guantánamo’s Darkest Secrets» by Ben Taub

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Rules of the Game» by Michael Tomasky

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Impeachment Question» by Linda Greenhouse

«The Washington Post»: «A brief history of the world, according to Donald Trump» by Alexandra Petri

«The Washington Post»: «Murder in the Atlas Mountains» by Greg Miller & Souad Mekhennet

«The Washington Post»: «A dangerous confusion at the heart of Trump’s foreign policy» by Greg Jaffe

«The Washington Post»: «We’re in the age of the overtourist. You can avoid being one» by Hannah Sampson

«The Washington Post» : «Aratha : Her story was in her songs» by Geoff Edgers

«The Atlantic»: «What Really Happened to Malaysia’s Missing Airplane» by William Langewiesche

«The Guardian»: «The rise oft he deepfake and the threat to democracy» by Simon Parkin

«The Guardian»: «Facebook’s plan to break the global financial system» by Evgeny Morozov

«The Guardian»: «’I took a deep breath’ : the 10-year-old girl who conquered Yosemite’s El Capitan» by Matthew Cantor

«The Guardian»: «A Palestinian hospital where Palestinians babies die alone » by Oliver Holmes & Hazem Balousha

«The Guardian» : «Four reasons why Trump is crusing toward re-election» by Caas Mudde

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: Former US attorney Pete Bharara on American justice»

«London Review of Books»: «Britain’s Tories : Short Cuts» by Tom Crewe

«London Review of Books» : «Royal Bodies» by Hilary Mantel

«Correctiv» : «Grand Theft Europe – A Cross-Border Investigation»

«Longreads»: «Critics: Endgame» by Soraya Roberts

«Granta»: «Where Is Kigali?» by Linsey Hilsum

«Pro Publica»: «The Birth-Tissue Profiteers» by Caroline Chen

«Columbia Journalism Review»: «Boris Johnson and the limits of journalism» by Joe Alsop

..........Kalenderwoche 25..........

«The New York Times » : «Mohammed Mursi, Egyp’s First Elected President, Dies» by Declan Walsh & David D. Fitzpatrick

«The New York Times» : «Mohammed Mursi Died in a Sundproof Cage» by Mona Eltahawy

«The New York Times» : « Donald Trump Will Pick the Democatic Nominee» by Frank Bruni

«The New York Times» : «Fifty Years Ago We Landed on the Moon : Why Should We Care Now?» by Jill Lepore

“The New York Times”: “The End of Satire” by Justin E. H. Smith

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Elizabeth Warren Is Completely Serious» by Emily Bazelon

«The New York Times Magazine»: «23 Democrats Are Running for President. Do Any of them Know What They’re Doing ?» by Mark Leibovich

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Madonna at Sixty» by Vanessa Grigoriadis

«The New York Times Magazine»: "Stephen Colbert on the political targets of satire» by David Marchese

“The New York Times Magazine”: “There Is No Reason to Cross the U.S. by Train. But I Did it Anyway” by Caity Weaver (test) & Holly Andres (photographs)

«The New Yorker»: «Can Elizabeth Warren Win it All?» by Sheelah Kolhatkar

«The New Yorker»: «Liu Cixins War of the Worlds» by Jiayang Fan

«The New Yorker»: «The Empty Promise of Boris Johnson» by Sam Knight

«The New Yorker»: «Books: Where Are All the Books about Menopause?» by Sarah Manguso

«The New Yorker»: «Profiles: Secrets of the Magus» by Mark Singer

“The New York Review of Books”: “Are the Humanities History?” by Michael Masssing

«The New York Review of Books» : «O Billionaires» by Ben Fountain

«Washington Post»: «A Local’s Guide to Rome» by Erica Firpo (text) & Ginevra Sammartino

«Washington Post» : «How Putin and the Kremlin lost Russian youths» by Vladimir Milov & Olga Khostunova

«Washington Post»: «’Good Morning, America’: The State oft he Union through the eyes of Magum photographer Mark Power» by Olivier Laurent

«Washington Post»: «Top AI Researches race to detect ‘deepfake’ vidoes: ‘We’re outgunned’» by Drew Harwell

«Washington Post» :  "Adrift in the Arctic» by Sarah Kaplan

“The Washington Post”: “A path back from the ruins” by Amie Ferris-Rotman

«Washington Post Magazine»: «Random Man Runs for President» by Maureen O’Coonor (text) & Erik Tanner (photos)

«The Guardian»: «The Trump administration’s dangerous fever dream about Iran» by Michael H Fuchs

«The Guardian»: «The long read : ‘The Saudis couldnt do it without us’ : the UK’s true role in Yemens deadly war» by Arron Merat

«The Guardian»: «The long read: What animals can teach us about politics » by Frans de Wal

«The Guardian»: «Cash, credit and crisis: life in the new European ‘precariat’ » by Marc Rice Oxley-Patrick Butler

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: The reality of Reality TV”

«The  Guardian»: «Podcast: Who is trying to ban abortion in the U.S?»

«The Observer» : «The truth about Tchernobyl ? I saw it with my own eyes...» by Kim Willsher

«medium»: «Species of Grief» by Meghan Daum

«Bloomberg Business Week»: «The Wealth Detective Who Finds the Hidden Money of the Super Rich» by Ben Steverman

.............Kalenderwoche 24..........

"The New York Times»: «Family Vacation» by Veronica Chambers

«The New York Times» : «Europop» by The New York Times

«The New York Times Book Review»: «Summer Reading»

«The New York Times Magazine»: «To Stay or to Flee : A Syrian Mother’s Imposssible Choice» by Alia Malek

«The New York Times»: «You Can’t Trust the Far Right» by Alina Polyakova

«The New York Times» : «Black Women in Chicago Getting Things Done» by Salamisha Tillet

«The New Yorker»: «Portfolio: The Art of Building Artificial Glaciers» by Vasantha Yoganathan (photos) & Elizabeth Kolbert (text)

«The New York Review of Books»: «Democracy and Its Discontents» by Adam Tooze

«The Washington Post» : «It’s time to make rich people uncomfortabe again» by P.J. O’Rourke

«The Washington Post» : «How San Francisco broke America’s heart» by Karen Heller

«The Washington Post»: «Panoramic views and a glass roof. How architects are reimagining Notre Dame» by Olivier Laurent

«The Atlantic»: «An Oral History of Trump’s Bigotry» by Davis Graham, Adrinne Green, Collin Murphy & Parker Richards

«The Atlantic»: «The Peculiar Blindness of Experts» by David Epstein

«The Atlantic»: «Abolish the Priesthood» by James Carroll

«The Guardian»: «Our glorious past is what we remember. The brutality behind it we’ve forgotten» by Gary Younge

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: «Is John Bolton trying to drive Trump to war with Iran? »

«The Guardian»: «Liftoff: The new race to the moon begins» by Stuart Clark

«The Guardian»: «The book that changed my mind» by several authors

«The Guardian»: «Why are arguments always so black and white?» by Eva Wisenman

«The Guardian»: «Longread: ‘ A zombie party’ – the deepenin g crisis of conservatism » by Andy Beckett

«London Review of Books»: «Populism and the People» by Jan-Werner Müller

«New Statesman» : «How to get on with your political enemies» by Brian Weatherson

 «Wired» : «Productivity and the Joy of Doing Things the Hard Way» by Rob Walker

«The Intercept»: «Podcast: Joe Biden Would Be a Disaster»

«The Intercept»: « The Indictment of Julian Assange Under the Espionage Act Is a Threat to the Press and the American People» by James Risen

“The Intercept”: “Julian Assange Suffered Severe Psychological and Physical Damage in the Ecuadorian Embassy, Doctors Say” by James Risen

«Foreign Affairs»: «The Last War and the Next?» by Jon Finer

«the Paris Review»: «Walter Mosely: The Art of Fiction No. 234» by Thomas Gebremedhin

“New York Magazine”: “Pete Buttigieg: Wonder Boy” by Olivia Nuzzi

«Rolling Stone» : «On the Trail with Bernie Sanders 2.0» by Matt Taibbi

“Vanity Fair”: “Beto O’Rourke: ‘I’m just born to be in it’” by Joe Hagan (story) & Annie Leibovitz (photography)

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