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Von Ignaz Staub, 09.12.2019

Berichte in angelsächsischen Medien, ausgewählt von Ignaz Staub.

«The Guardian»: «Are drone swarms the future of aerial warfare?» by Michael Safi

«The Guardian»: «Malta’s corruption is not just in the heart of government, it’s the entire body» by Alexander Clapp

«The Guardian»: «The long read - We spent 10 years talking to people. Here’s what it taught us about Britain» by John Harris & John Domokos

«The Guardian»: «The long read - ’I’ve seen death in this city, but nothing as sad as this’: how a ferry disaster exposed the corruption devastating Iraq» by Gaith Abdul-Ahad

«The Guardian»: «Kochland review: how the Kochs bought America – and trashed it» by Charles Kaiser

«The Observer»: «»Back to the border of misery: Amexica visited 10 years on» by Ed Vulliamy

«The Observer»: «A-Z of climate anxiety: how to avoid meltdown» by Emma Beddington

«The Observer» : «The best graphic novels of 2019» by Rachel Cooke

«The Guardian» : «‘Big Brother is watching’: Chinese city with 2,6m cameras is world’s most heavily surveilled» by Matthew Keegan

«The Guardian»: «Clear backpacks, monitored emails: life for US students under constant surveillance» by Lois Beckett

«The Guardian»: «Facts are under siege. Now, more than ever, we need to invest in journalism» by Robert Reich

«The Guardian»: «Podcast- Hillsborough: the 30-year fight for justice»

«The Atlantic»: «Top 25 News Photos of 2019» by Alan Taylor

«The Atlantic»: «Hopeful Images from 2019»

«The New York Times»: «The Champion Who Picked a Date to Die» by Andrew Keh (text) & Linsey Adario (photographs)

«The New York Times» : «The Personal Toll of Photographing a Story about Euthanasia» by Linsey Adario

«The New York Times»: «Lovers in Auschwitz, Reunited 72 Years Later. He Has One Question» by  Keren Blankfeld

«The New York Times» : «For Trump and Europe, A Surpsising Role Reversal» by Mark Landler

«The New York Times»: «Iran Is Crushing Freedom One Country At a Time» by Thomas L. Friedman

«The New York Times»: «The Class of 2000 ‘Could have Been  Anything’, Until Opioids Hit» by Dan Levin

«The New York Times»: «The Unending Indignieties of Alzheimer’s» by Jeneen Interlandi

«The New York Times»: «A Better Internet Is Waiting for Us » by Annalee Newitz

«The New York Times»: «33 Ways to Remember the 2010s»

«The New York Times Magazine» : «I Worked for Alex Jones. I Regret It» by Josh Owens

«The New York Times Style Magazine» : «A Charming Swiss Home That Respects, and Reimagines, the Past» by Tom Delavan

«The New Yorker»: «A Reporter At Large: Blood and Soil in Narendra Modi’s India» by Dexter Filkins

«The New Yorker»: «Dept. Of Innovation: Taking Virtual Reality for a Test Drive» by Patricia Marx

«The New Yorker»: «The Next Steps in the Impeachment Inquiry» by Amy Davidson Sorkin

«The New Yorker»: «The Best Books of 2019» by Katy Waldman

«The New Yorker»: «The Twenty-Seven Best Movies of the Decade» by Richard Brody

«The New York Review of Books»: «Jimmy Hoffa and ‘The Irishman’: A True Crime Story?» by Jack Goldsmith

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Drums of Cyberwar» by Sue Halpern

«The Washington Post»: «How Impeachment Works» by Aaron Steckelberg, Harry Stevens, Bonnie Berkowitz & Tim Meko

«The Washington Post»: «What would happen if we randomly gave $1000 to poor families? Now we know» by Francisco Toro

«The Washington Post»: «Lives adrift in a warming world»

«The Washington Post»: «A language for all» by Samantha Schmidt

«The Washington Post»: «Ghosts of the Future» by Sarah Kaplan

«The Washington Post»: «This is what the Trump economy looks like» by Philip Bump

«Columbia Journalism Review»: «The Fact-Check Industry» by Emily Bell

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«The New York Times»: «Who Will Tell the Truth About the Free Press?» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times»: «Lost and Found in Hemingway’s Spain» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «Tiffany Is More Than a Store» by Vanessa Friedman

«The New York Times»: «What the Impeachment Hearings Look Like from Europe» by Jochen Bittner

«The New York Times»: «How Amazon Wove Itself Into the Life of an American City» by Scott Shane

«The New York Times»: Activists Build a Grass-Roots Alliance Against Amazon » by David Streifeld

«The New York Times»: «Jeffrey Epstein, Blackmail and a Lucrative ‘Hot List’» by Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Emily Steeele, Jacob Bernstein & David Enrich

«The New York Times»: «100 Notable Books of 2019»

«The New York Times Book Review»: «Christmas Books»

«The New York Times»: «The 10 Most Influential Films of  the Decade (and 20 Other Favorites») by Manolah Dargis & A.O. Scott

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Does Who You Are at 7 Determine Who You Are at 63?» by Gideon Lewis-Kraus

«The New York Times»: « India’s Ominous Future: Too Little Water, or Far To Much» by Bryan Denton & Somini Sengupta

«The New Yorker»: «Hurricane Season» by David Sedaris

«The New Yorker»: «Brave New World Dept.: Big Tech’s Big Defector» by Brian Barth

«The New Yorker»: «Books: It’s Still Mrs. Thatcher’s Britain» by James Wood

«The New Yorker»: «Letter From Trump’s Washington: The Awful Truth About Impeachment»  by Susan B. Glasser

«The New York Review of Books»:  «How China’s Rise Has Fastened Hong Kong’s Decline » by Ian Johnson

«The Washington Post»: «What we still don’t know about the Ukraine affair» by Jackson Diehl

«The Washington Post»: «Bloomberg News will avoid investigating Mike Bloomberg during his presidential run» by Paul Farhi

«The Washington Post» : «A call of duty and the family he left behind» by Ian Shapira

«The Washington Post»: «Vontae Davis retired at halftime of a NFL game. That’s just the beginning of his story» by Adam Kilgore

«The Washington Post»: «50 notable works of fiction in 2019»

«The Washington Post»: «50 notable work of nonfiction in 2019»

«The Guardian»: «The media like to rock the royal boat – but they won’t sink it» by Roy Greenslade

«The Guardian»: «Michael Bloomberg demonstrates the danger of billionaire-owned media» by Arwa Mahdawi

«The Guardian»: «Concern over rise in dark tourism in Syria as war enters ninth year» by Bethan McKernan

«The Guardian»: «Podcast – The rise of Netflix. An empire built on debt»

«The Guardian»: «Digital democracy will face ist biggest test in 2020» by Siva Vaidhyanathan

«The Guardian»: «Tim Berners-Lee unveils global plan to save the web» by Ian Sample

«The Guardian»: «The inside story of Trump’s alleged bribery of Ukraine» by Lauren Gambino & Tom McCarthy

«The Guardian»: «Blocked roads then bullets: Iran’s brutal crackdown in ist City of Rises» by Michael Safi

«The Guardian»: «Murals of Baghdad : the art of protest»

«The Observer»: «Faith, but fury too, for Donald Trump at home» by Michael Goldfarb

«The Observer»: «Fun, physics and the God particle: a tour of Cern, Switzerland» by Emma Cook

«The Independent»: «I talked to everyone in Syria, controversial or otherwise. That’s how you find the truth» by Robert Fisk

«Columbia Journalism Review»: «Building a more honest Internet» by Ethan Zuckermann

«Columbia Journalism Review»: «The Investigator» by Elizabeth Zerofsky

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«The New York Times»: «Michael Bloomberg Joins 2020 Democratic Field for President» by Alexander Burns

«The New York Times»: «Who’s Running for President in 2020?» by Alexander Burns, Matt Flegeneheimer, Jasmine C. Lee, Lisa Lerer & Jonathan Martin

«The New York Times» : «Fiona Hill and the American Idea» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «Colonel Windman’s America» by Jesse Wegman

«The New York Times»: «Why Fox News Slimed a Purple Heart Recipient» by Tonin Smith

«The New York Times»: «The-Nehisi Coates: The Cancellation of Kolin Kaepernick» by Te-Nehisi Coates

«The New York Times»: «Hong Kong: A City Divided» by Lam Yik Fei (photographs)

«The New York Times»: «Vacillating Trump Supporter, Take Two» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «’No One Believes Anything’ : Voters Worn Out by a Fog of Political News» by Sabina Tavernise & Aidan Gardiner

«The New York Times»: «Is There Anything We Can All Agree On? Yes, It’s Dolly Parton» by Lindsay Zoladz

«The New York Times»: «Arab Thinkers Call to Abandon Boycotts and Engage with Israel» by David E. Halbfinger

«The New York Times»: «The Jungle Prince of Delhi» by Ellen Barry

«The New York Times»: «Non-Fiction: Seeing Margaret Thatcher Whole» by Benjamin Schwarz

«The New York Times»: «The 10 Best Books of 2019»

«The New York Times»: «The Moden Life of Origami, an Art as Old as Paper» by Kathleen Massara (text) & Ryan Jenq (photographs

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Congratulations, You’re a Congresswoman. Now What?» by Susan Dominus

«The New York Times Style Magazine»: «Japan in Bloom» by Hanya Yanagihara

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Inquiry: Dirt-Road America» by M.R. O’Connor

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Medium Is the Mistake» by David Bromwich

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Ceaseless Innovation of Duane Michals» by Martin Filler

«The New York Review of Books»: «Against Economics» by David Graeber

«The Washington Post»: «In Trump’s DC, rogue actors gain power as experts become irrelevant»  by Greg Jaffe

«The Washington Post»: «Here’s how Russia will attack the 2020 election. We’re still not ready» by Renee DiResta, Michael McFaul & Alex Stamos

«The Washington Post»: «Why it was so satisfying to watch Fiona Hill take charge» by Rechel Sklar

«The Washington Post»: « Let’s not pretend Washington ever really tried to stop Israeli settlements» by Aaron David Miller& Daniel Kurtzer

«The Washington Post»: «The charges against Israeli Primie Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, explained» by Miriam Berger

«The Washington Post»: «Altamont endend the ‘60s with chaos and death» by Geoff Edgers, Erin Patrick O’Connor (video) and Bishop Sand & Carol Alderman (audio)

«The Washington Post»: «Lee Harvey Oswald’s final hours before killing Kennedy»

«The Guardian»: «Streets on fire: how a decade of protest changed the world» by Gary Younge

«The Guardian»: «Secret bunkers and mountain hideouts: hunting Italy’s mafia bosses» by Lorenzo Tondo

«The Guardian»: «Facebook: ‘Greatest propaganda machine in history’» by Sacha Baron Cohen

«The Guardian»: «The long read: what I have learned form my suicidal patients» by Gavin Frances

«The Guardian»: «A Warning review: Anonymous Trump book fails to make a name for itself» by Lloyd Green

«The Guardian»: «Ten of the best new books in translation» by Marta Bausells

«The Guardian»: «Glimpses of women through time: 130 years of National Geographic images»

«The Guardian»: «Foetus 18 weeks: the greatast photograph of the 20th century?» by Charlotte Jansen

«The Observer»: «How street protests across Middle Easr theaten Iran’s power» by Martin Chulov

«The Intecept»: «From the rubble of the U.S. war in Iraq, Iran built a new order» by Jeremy Scahill & Murtaza Hussain

«The Intercept»: «The Story Behind the Iran Cables» by Betsy Reed, Vanessa Gezari & Roger Hodge

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«The Guardian»: «The Tories can’t win without the press. This isn’t how democracy works» by Gary Younge

«The Guardian»: «The long read: How immigration became Britain’s most toxic political issue» by Rachel Sabi

«The Guardian»: «Evo Morales: indigenous leader who changed Bolivia but stayed too long» by Laurence Blair & Dan Collyns

«The Guardian»: «Czechoslovakia’s Velvet Revolution, 1989 – in pictures»

«The Guardian»: «The Amazon: on the frontline of a global battle to tackle the climate crisis» by Jonathan Watts

«The Guardian»: «From Watergate to Ukraine: how TV will dictate Trump’s impeachment fate» by David Smith

«The Guardian» : «‘We know we’re more than a TV show’: how Sesame Street made it to 50» by Noel Murray

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: Meeting George Soros»

«The Guardian»: Interview – Hillary and Chelsea Clinton: ‘We cannot give in. That’s how they win’» by Charlotte Higgins

«The Independent»: «Prince Andrew interview: Faced with the most serious of allegations and a self-made PR disaster unfolding, all he really had to say was sorry, mum» by Sean O’Grady

«The Independent»: «Michael Lynk’s UN report on Israeli settlements speaks the truth – but the world refuses to listen» by Robert Fisk

«The Independent»: «Erdogan’s ethnic cleansing of the Kurds is still happening – and we have Trump to thank» by Patrick Cockburn

«The Independent»: «Anti-semitism is on the rise in Europe riding a wave of nationalism. How did we forget the horrors of history so fast?» by Andrea Mammone

«The Intercept»: «Deconstructed: The Bernie Sanders Interview»

«The Intercept» : «Baghdadi Died, but the U,S. War on Terror Will Go On Forever» by Murtaza Hussain

«The Washington Post»: «The key impeachment question: What did Trump want from Ukraine – and what exactly did he do?» by Greg Jaffe

«The Washington Post»: «How a lone CIA analyst triggered the inquiry that has engulfed U.S. politics» by Greg Miller, Greg Jaffee & Paul Sonne

«The Washington Post»: «Iran’s Hostage Factory» by Jason Rezaian

«The Washington Post»: «The most remote emergency room: life and death in rural America» by Eli Saslow

«The Washington Post»: «Thinking About Profiles in Courage: inside ‘A Warning’ by Anonymous» by Carlos Lozado

«The Washington Post»: «Fear and loathing ahead of the British election» by Adam Taylor

«The Washington Post»: «Hong Kong: ‘We’re in a war’» by Shibani Mahtani

«The Washington Post»: «We thought Trump was the biggest con man. We were all wrong» by Catherine Rampell

«The Washington Post»: «It’s tough being small in a big-suit world. We still spacewalked» by Christina Koch & Jessica Meir

«The New Yorker»: «Personal History: The Final Frontier» by Michael Chabon

«The New Yorker»: «A Reporter At Large: The Case Against Boeing» by Alec MacGillis

«The New Yorker»: «From Little Englanders to Brexiteers» by Issac Chotiner

«The New Yorker»: «Is Trump Already Winning on Impeachment?» by Susan B. Glasser

«The New York Times»: «Trump, Ukraine and Impeachment: The Inside Story of How We Got There» by Sharon LaFraniere, Andrew E. Kramer & Danny Hakim

«The New York Times»: «In Praise of Washington Insiders» by David Brooks

«The New York Times»: «On the Frontline of Progressive Anti-Semitism» by Blake Fleyton

«The New York Times»: «What Joe Biden Actually Did in Ukraine» by Glen Thrush & Kenneth P. Vogel

«The New York Times»: «The Soldiers We Leave Behind» by Phil Klay

«The New York Times Magazine»: «So the Internet Didn’t Turn Out the Way We Hoped. Now What?» by Maurizio Cattelan & Pierpaolo Ferrari (photo illutrations and viedeo)

«The New York Times Magazine»: «We’re Stuck With the Tech Giants. But They’re Stuck With Each Other» by John Herman & Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari (photo illustration)

«The New York Times Magazine»: «What Do Teens Learn Online Today? That Identity Is a Work in Progress» by Elizabeth Weil & Maurizio Cattlean and Pierpaolo Ferrari (photo illudtration)

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Finding Truth Online Is Hard Enough. Censors Make It a Labyrinth» by Suzy Hansen & Maurizio Cattelean and Paolo Ferrari (photo illustration)

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Internet Dream Became a Nightmare. What Will Become of It Now?» by Bill Wasik & Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari ( (photo illudtration)

«Foreign Affairs»: «Let Russia Be Russia» by Thomas Graham

«Rolling Stone»: «Why Venice Is Disappearing» by Jeff Goodell

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«The Guardian»: «After Baghdadi: who are the world’s most wanted fugitives?» by Michael Safi

«The Guardian»: «Berlin after the Wall – then and now» by Colin McPherson (photographs)

«The Guardian»: «The briefing: whatever happened to the Berlin Wall?» by Kate Connolly

«The Guardian»: «I was a teenager in East Germany when the wall fell. Today we are still divided» by Sabine Rennefanz

«The Guardian»: «Mural superiority: the fight over Germany’s cold war art heritage» by Philip Oltermann

«The Guardian»: «Watching the fall of the Berlin Wall: 'I downed almost an entire bottle of schnapps'» by Jenny Erpenbeck, Thomas Brussig, Kathrin Schmidt, David Wagner & Sabine Rennefanz

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: Mexico’s war with the drug cartels»

«The Guardian»: «’The disappeared’: serching fort he 40'000 missing victims of Mexico’s drug wars» by Tom Phillips

«The Guardian»: «Bloody Tijuana: a week in the life of Mexico’s murderous border city» by Tom Phillips

«The Guardian»: «Is America a democracy? If so, why does it deny millions the vote?» by Ankita Rao, Pat Dillon Kim Kelly & Zack Bennett

«The Guardian»: «How Big Tech is dragging us towards the next financial crash» by Rana Foroohar

«The Guardian»: «Return to Paradise: the people who came back after a deadly fire – in pictures» by Dani Anguiano & Talia Hermann

«The Observer»: «How the megacities of Europe stole a continent’s wealth» by Julian Coman

«The Observer»: «’The scene has exploded’: China gets set to be a leading glaobel entre for art" by Sophie Hastings

«The Independent»: «The new revolutions of the Middle East are not the same, but they all share this one fatal flaw» by Robert Fisk

«The Independent»: «Everything you were told about the Syrian war was wrong - until now» by Robert Fisk

«The New Yorker» : «Personal History: My Year of Concussions» by Nick Paumgarten

«The New Yorker»: «Letter from the Amazon: Blood Gold in the Brazilian Rain Forest» by Jon Lee Anderson

«The New Yorker»: «Liberalism According to The Economist» by Pankaj Mishra

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Defeat of General Mattis» by Fred Kaplan

«The New York Review of Books»: «Lesssons in Survival» by Emily Raboteau

«The New York Times» : «Book Review: In ‘A Warning’, Anonymous Author Makes Case Against Re-election» by Jennifer Szalai

«The New York Times»: «How a Tell-All Memoir Made It into Print » by Alexandra Alter

«The New York Times»: «How One Syrian Highwy Shows a Country in Chaos» by Neil Collier & Ben Laffin

«The New York Times»: «Why Donald Trump Hates Your Dog» by Frank Bruni

«The New York Times»: «Latin Americans Are Furious» by Jorge Ramos

«The New York Times»: «Germany Has Been Unified for 30 Years. Its identity Is Still Not» by Kathrin Bennhold (text) & Laetitia Vancon (photographs)

«The New York Times»: «The Fall of the Berlin Walls in Photos: An Accident of History That Changed the World» by Katrin Bennhold

«The New York Times»: «Philip Glass Is Too Busy to Care About Legacy» by Zachary Wolfe

«The New York Times» : «Op-Art: A Wedding Under Curfew» by Malik Sajad

«The New York Times»: «Warren Would Take Billionaires Down a Few Billion Pegs» by Patricia Cohen

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Inside Adam Schiff’s Impeachment Game Plan» by Jason Zengerle

«The New York Times Magazine» : «Can a Woman Who Is an Artist Ever Just Be an Artist?» by Rachek Cusk

«The Washington Post»: «Book by ’Anonymous’ describes Trump as cruel, inept and a danger to the nation» by Philip Rucker

«The Washington Post» : «Podcast – The other Frankfurt – an East German city grapples with identity»

«The Washington Post»: «Five famous parents, five tough topics» by Amanada Long (text) & Josée Bisaillon (illustrations)

«The New Republic»: «The Death of the Rude Press» by Alex Pareene

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«The New York Times»: «The Happy, Healthy Capitalists of Switzerland» by Ruchir Sharma

«The New York Times»: «In Trump’s Twitter Feed: Conspiracy-Mongers, Racists and Spies» by Mike McIntire, Karen Yourish & Larry Buchanan

«The New York Times»: «How Trump Reshaped the Presidency in Over 11'000 Tweets» by Michael D. Shear, Maggie Haberman, Nicholas Confesore, Karen Yourish, Larry Buchanan & Keith Collins

«The New York Times» : «Can Democrats Compete with Trump’s Twitter Feed?» by Charlie Warzel

«The New York Times»: «The Arab Spring Rekindled in Beirut» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «The Money Farmers: How Oligarchs and Populists Milk the EU for Millions» by Selam Gebrekidan, Matt Aputo & Benjamin Novak

«The New York Times»: «Aaron Sorkin: An Open Letter to Mark Zuckerberg» by Aaron Sorkin

«The New York Times Magazine»: «How Does the Human Soul Survive Atrocity?» by Jennifer Percy (story) & Adam Ferguson (photographs)

«The New York Times Magazine»: «How the Trump Cabinet’s Bible Teacher Became a Shadow Diplomat» by Matthias Schwartz

«The New Yorker»: «In His Dealings with Ukaine, Did Donald Trump Commit a Crime?» by Jeffrey Toobin

«The New Yorker»: «How Brexit Will End» by Sam Knight

 «The New Yorker»: «A Critic at Large: Why We Can’t Tell the Truth About Aging» by Arthur Krystal

«The New Yorker»: «The World Is, Of Course Insane’: A Conversation with Errol Morris» by Daniel E. Gross

«The Washington Post»: «Three big questions after Baghdadi’s death» by Ishaan Tharoor

«The Washington Post»: «Islamic State defector inside Baghdada’s hideout critical for raid’s success, officials say» by Joby Warrick, Ellen Nakashima & Dan Lamothe

«The Washington Post»: «The anti-neoliberal wave rocking Latin America» by Ishaan Tharoor

«The Washington Post Magazine»: «The Spectacular, Strange Rise of Music Holograms» by David Rowell

 «The Washington Post Magazine»: «The Apology Letter» by John J. Lennon

«The Intercept»: «Podcast: How to resist with Ilhan Omar and Michael Moore»

«The Intercept»: «Deconstructed Special: The Noam Chomsky Interview»

«The Guardian»: «Has the climate crisis made California too dangerous to live in?» by Bill McKibben

«The Guardian»: «Robert de Niro and Al Pacino: ’Were not doing this ever again’ by Andrew Pulver

«The Guardian»: «’Don’t count her out’: can Kamal Harris salvage a languishing 2020 bid?» by Lauren Gambino

«The Guardian»: Cannabis farms and nail bars: the hidden world of human trafficking»

«The Guardian»: «Chinese primary school halts trials of device that montitors pupils’ brain waves» by Michael Standaert

«The Guardian» : «Former Yugolavia’s brutalist beauty – a photo essay» by Ivana Sekularc (text) and Marko Durica (photographs)

«The Observer»: «German novelists on the fall oft he Berlin Wall: ‘It was a source of energy we lived off for years’» by Julia Franck, Heike Geissler, Maxim Leo, Norman Ohler, & Bernhard Schlink

«The Observer»: «Frustration and anger fuel wave of youth unrest in Arab world» by Michael Safi

«The Observer»: «Torture, rape and murder: inside Tripolis’s refugee detention camps» by Francesca Mannocchi

«The Independent»: «The new revolutions of the Middle East are not the same, but they all share this one fatal flaw» by Robert Fisk

«Wired»: «What’s Blockchain Actually Good For? For Now, Not Much» by Gregory Barber

«The Atlantic»: «Brexit and the Failure of Journalism» by Helen Lewis

«The Columbia Journalism Review» : «Op-Ed : Bernie Sanders on his plan for journalism» by Bernie Sanders

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«The New York Times»: «ISIS Leader Known for His Brutality Is Dead at 48» by Rukmini Callimachi & Falih Hassan

«The New York Times»: «Al-Baghdadi Raid Was a Victory Built on Factors Trump Derides» by David E. Sanger

«The New York Times»: ‘Keep the Oil’: Trump Revives Charged Slogan for New Syria Troop Mission» by Michael Crowley

«The New York Times»: « Al-Baghdadi Is Dead. The Story Doesn’t End Here» by Thomas L. Friedman

«The New York Times»: «Inside ISIS Prison, Cildren Ask Their Fate» by Ben Hubbard (text) & Ivor Prickett photographs and video)

«The Washington Post»: «With Bagdhdadi intheir sight, U.S. troops launched ‘a dangerous and daring midnight raid’» by Dan Lamothe & Ellen Nakashima

«The Washington Post»: «Bigger than Bin Laden? 3 striking things about Trump’s announcement that Baghdadi is dead» by Aaron Blake

«The Guardian»: «Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s death comes as new order takes shape in the Middle East» by Martin Chulov

«The New York Times»: «200 Dispatches: Odd Animals, Offbeat Childhoods, Celebrity Origins and Extreme Sports» by Bryant Rousseau

«The New York Times»: «’No Regrets’: Hong Kong Protesters Test China’s Limits» by Andrew Jacobs, Tiffamy May & Lam Yik Fei (photographs)

«The New York Times»: «Why Protests Are Flaring Up Across the Globe» by Declan Walsh & Max Fisher

«The New York Times» : «The America I Knew as Russia’s Foreign Minister ist Gone» by Andrei V. Kozyrev

«The New York Times»: «Extra! Extra! Prez Won’t Read All About It» by Maureen Dowd

«The New York Times»: «An Election Is the Only Answer for Britain» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Illustrated Guide to Brexit» by Christoph Niemann

«The New Yorker»: «Dispatch: How to Mourn a Glacier» by Lacy M. Johnson

«The New Yorker»: «The Shattered Dream of Afghan Peace» by Luke Mogelson

«The New Yorker»: «Modern Life: Astrology in the Age of Uncertainty» by Christine Smallwood

«The New Yorker»: «The Invention – and Reinvention – of Impeachment» by Jill Lepore

«The Washington Post»: «Trump lawyer argues he would be immune form prosecution even if he were to shoot someone» by Ann E. Marimow & Jonathan O’Conell

«The Washington Post»: «The words that could end a presidency» by Dana Milbank

«The Washington Post»: «’I don’t think they know we exist’» by Stepahnie McCrummen

«The New York Review of Books» : «‘This Is Ethnic Cleansing’: A Dispatch from Kurdish Syria» by Khabat Abbas

«The Guardian»: «The long read: How liberalism became ‘the god that failed’ in eastern Europe» by Ivan Krastev & Stephen Holmes

«The Guardian»: «South African cities – Only we can change things’»: life in the gang-ridden other side of Cape Town» by Jason Burke (text) & James Oatway (photographs)

«The Guardian»: «The spectre of Syria silenced Arab protest. But now it’s finding its voice» by Nesrine Malik

«The Guardian» : «Europe is fed up with Brexit. But it’s still best for all if Britsin stays in» by Tomothy Garton Ash

«The Guardian»: «Five conflict photographers on some of the hardest images they’ve taken» by Lauren Walsh & Jehan Jillani

«The Guardian»: Five brothers, five countries : a family ravaged by Syria’s war» by Michael Safi

«The Guardian»: «I watched Fox News every day for 44 months: Here’s what I learned» by Bobby Lewis

«The Guardian»: «In its deference to the powerful, our media is failing us» by Gary Younge

«The Guardian»: «No filter: my week-long quest to break out of my political bubble» by John Harris

«The Guardian»: «All the President’s women review: Donald Trump, sexual predator» by Lloyd Green

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«The New York Times»: «4 Big Questions About Syria’s Future» by Anne Barnard, Anjali Singhvi, Sarah Almukthar, Allison McCann & Jin Wu

«The New York Times»: «Reporting from the Philippines: When the President Wants to ‘Kill Journalism’» by Joshua Hammer

«The New York Times»: «Ukraine Has Become a Vibrant Democracy. No Wonder Trump Hates It» by Michelle Goldberg

«The New York Times»: «How Italians Became ‘White’» by Brent Staples

"The New York Times": «In the Alps, Keeping Tabs on Melting Ice» by Page McClanahan

«The New York Times»: «6 Takeaways From the October Democratic Debate» by Shane Golfmacher & Reid J. Epstein

«The New York Times»: «How Can Democrats Keep Themselves From Overreaching» by Thomas B. Edsall

«The New York Times»: «Harald Bloom, a Prolific Giant and Perhaps the Last of a Kind» by Dwight Garner

«The New York Times»: «How Hitler Pioneered ‘Fake News’» by Timothy Snyder

«The New York Times»: «Old People Have All the Power. Let’s Take It Back» by Astra Taylor (text) & Igor Bstiadas (illustrations)

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The China Connection : How One D.E.A. Agent Cracked a Global Fentanyl Ring» by Alex W. Palmer

«The New York Times Style Magazine»: «The Greats»

«The New Yorker»: «Iran’s Housing Crisis: The Ghost Towers» by Hashem Shakeri

«The New Yorker»: «Will Republicans Challenge Trump on Impeachment» by Amy Davidson Sorkin

«The New Yorker»: «Personal History: My Years in the Florida Shuffle of Drug Addiction» by Colton Wooten

«The New Yorker»: «The Exuberance of MoMa’s Expansion» by Peter Schjeldahl

«The Washington Post»: «Violent spoof video of Trump killing his critics show how memes have reshaped politics » by Drew Harwell & Tony Romm

«The Washington Post»: «ISIS eyes breakout opportunity as Turkish forces batter Kurds» by Joby Warrick &Souad Mekhennet

«The Washington Post»: «Facing unbearable heat, Qaatar has begun to air-condition the outdoors» by Steven Mufon (text) & Salwan Georges (photographs)

«The Washington Post»: «A photographer’s account from the frontline of Turkey’s incursion in Syria» by Alice Martins

«The Washington Post»: «The Democratic Debates Haven’t Changed Much? Oh,  yes they have» by Dan Balz

«The Washington Post»: «Third time was not the charm: Rudy Giuliani’s latest divorce is bitter, expensive and very public» by Roxanne Roberts

«The Washington Post»: «The akward tension underlying the West’s anger at Turkey» by Ishaan Tharoor

«The Guardian»: «Without encryption, we will loser all our privacy. This is our new battleground» by Edward Snowden

«The Guardian»: «Russian shadow falls over Syria as Kurds open door for Assad» by Martin Chulov

«The Guardian»: «Podcast – Hong Kong: the story of one protester»

«The Guardian»: «How sports tactics can help Democrats beat Donald Trump in 2020  by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

«The Guardian»: «Marc Zuckerberg doesn’t understand free spreech in the 21st century» by Siva Vaidhyanathan

«The Guardian: «We’re rethinking the images we use for our climate journalism» by Fiona Shields

«The London Review of Books»: «Chinese Cyber-Sovereignty» by John Lanchester

«The London Review of Books»: «Hipsters in Beijing» by Sheng Yun

«Rolling Stone»: «The Biden Paradox» by Matt Taibbi

«Rolling Stone»: «Elijah Cummings Was Not Done» by Jamil Smith

«The Atlantic»: «Jeff Bezos’s Master Plan» by Franklin Foer

«Foreign Affairs»: «The Demolition of U.S. Diplomacy» by William J. Burns

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«The New York Times»: «The Free World at 30» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «Turkey’s Plan to Move Refugees to Syria Is Dangerous» by Ryan Gingeras & Nick Danforth

«The New York Times»: «‘We Are Inside the Fire’: An Oral History of the War in Afghanistan» by Fahim Abed, Fatima Faizi (text) & Jim Huylebroek

«The New York Times»: «Jeremy Corbyn or No-Deal Brexit? The U.K. May Have to Choose» by Benjamin Mueller

«The New York Times»: «Revisiting Hitler, in a New Authoritarian Age» by Talya Zax

«The New York Times»: «What Happened to Rudy Giuliani?» by Ken Frydman

«The New York Times»: «A Linguist’s Guide to Quid pro Quo» by Steven Pinker

«The New York Times»: «Do Works by Men Toppled by #MeToo Belong in the Classroom?» by Emma Goldberg

«The New York Times»: «10 Tips to Avoid Leaving Tracks Around the Internet» by David Pogue

«The New York Times Magazine»: «How Susan Sontag Taught Me to Think» by A. O. Scott

«The New York Times Magazine»: «What Does PewDiePie Really Believe?» by Kevin Roose

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Backstage at the Modern» by Deborah Solomon (text) & Penn Chan (photographs)

«The New Yorker»: «Is Amazon Unstoppable?» by Charles Duhigg

«The New Yorker»: «A Reporter At Large - The Next Word: Where Will Predictive Text Take Us?» by John Seabrook

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Espionage – The Black Cube Chronicles: The Private Investigators» by Ronen Farrow

«The New Yorker»: «Amartya Sen’s Hopes and Fears for Indian Democracy» by Isaac Chotiner

«The New Yorker»: «Cultural Comment: How We Came to Live in ‘Cursed’ Times» by Jia Tolentino

«The New Yorker» : «Annals of Philisophy: Nietzsche’s Eternal Return» by Alex Ross

«The New York Review of Books» : «Harald Szeemann: Curatiom as Creation» by Jason Farago

«The New York Review of Books»: «Time for a New Liberation?» by Timothy Garton Ash

«The New York Review of Books»: «Fascinated to Presume: In Defense of Fiction» by Zadie Smith

«The Washington Post»: «Trump’s abandoning Kudish partners in Syrie sends a chilling message to every other American ally» by James Hohmann

«The Washington Post»: «Donald Trump, corrupted absolutely» by Dana Milbank

«The Washington Post»: «Five Myths about Mike Pence» by Tom LoBianco

«The Guardian»: «The rise and rise of Bangladesh – but is life getting any better?» by Fiona Weber-Steinhaus

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: Thirteen children have been shod dead in St. Louis, Missouri. Why?»

«The Guardian»: «Brexit is a necessary crisis – it reveals Britain's true place in the world» by David Edgerton

«The Guardian»: "Bloodied clothes and body bags: Kurds mourn dead in Syria» by Martin Chulov

«The Guardian»: «Why I can still be best friends with someone whose politics I despise» by Poppy Noor

«The Guardian»: «The day I confronted Harvey Weinstein: ‘He Said: You think you can save everyone’» by Ronan Farrow

«The Guardian»: «Ronan Farrow on investigating Harvey Weinstein : ‘When familiy issues are thrown at me, it’s a dirty issue’» by Emma Brockes

«The Guardian»: «The long read: Haiti and the failed promise of US aid» by Jacob Kushner

«The Guardian»: «Abiy Ahmed, Ethiopia’s prime minister, wins 2019 Nobel peace price» by Jason Burke & Jon Henley

«The Guardian»: «Interview - ‘My ties to England have been loosened: John le Carré om Britain, Boris and Brexit» by John Banville

«Dissent Magazine»: «The Obamanauts» by Corey Robin

«Literary Hub»: «On Finding the Freedom to Rage Againgst Our Fathers» by Minda Honey

«Longreads»: «How to Survive a Vivisection» by Rachel Somerstein

«The Intercept»: «All the President’s Crimes: The Actual Laws Trump Has Borken, Just with the Ukraine and China Affairs, Could Land Him 10 Years in Prison» by Ryan Grim

«The Intercept» : «Congratulations, Nobel Committee, Just Just Gave the Prize to a Genocide Apologist» by Peter Maas

«The Atlantic»: «The Danger of Abandoning Our Partners» by Joseph Votel & Elizabeth Dent

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«The New York Times»: «The Growing Threat to Journalism Around the World» by A. G. Sulzberger

«The New York Times» : «Why Trump Voters Stick with Him» by David Brooks

«The New York Times»: «Touch of Evil» by Maureen Dowd

«The New York Times»: «Free Speech Is Killing Us» by Andrew Marantz

«The New York Times»: «What’s the Matter with Republicans?» by Peter Wehner

«The New York Times»: «What Kind of Problem Is Climate Change?» by Alex Rosenberg

«The New York Times»: «Hong Kong’s Status as Neutral Ground at Risk as China Asserts Power» by Peter S. Goddman & Austin Ramzy

«The New York Times»: «In the Land of Self-Defeat» by Monica Potts

«The New York Times»: «Nonfiction: Can We Trust Economists?» by Justin Fox

«The New York Times»: «How ICE Picks Ist Targets in the Surveillance Age» by McKenzie Funk

«The New York Times»: «The New MoMa Is Here. Get Ready for Channge» by Jason Fargo

«The New Yorker»: «Letter From Trump’s Washington: Did Trump Just Self-Impeach» by Susan B. Glasser

«The New Yorker»: «How Far Will Trump Go to Save Himself?» by John Cassidy

«The New Yorker»: «How Disinformation Reaches Donald Trump» by David Rhode

«The New Yorker»: «Personal History: Abandoning A  Cat - Memories of My Father» by Haruki Murakami

«The New York Review of Books» : «Snowden in the Labyrinth» by Jonathan Lethem

«The New York Review of Books»: «When Fathers Die: Remembering Robert Frank» by Danny Lyon

«The Washington Post»: «Why is this Trump scandal different from all previous Trump scandals» by Daniel W. Drezner

«The Washington Post»: «Trump won’t destroy me, and he won’t destroy my family» by Joe Biden

«The Washington Post»: «Radical warming in Siberia leaves millions on unstable ground» by Anton Troianovsk & Christ Mooney (story) & Michael Robinson Chavez (photo and video)

«The Washington Post» : «A young couple’s gamble» by Kareem Fahim & Zakaria Zakaria (story) & Emenuele Satoli (photos)

«The Washington Post»: «Love and war» by Karie Fugett

«The Washington Post»: «Germany’s oldest politician is a 100-year-old woman who loves Obama and hates Brexit» by Rick Noack

«The Washington Post»: «China, 1949-2019: Seven decades in pictures» by Olivier Laurent & Brian Murphy

«The Washington Post Magazine»: «The Beating Heart» by Gene Weingarten (text); Katherine Frey (photos) & Ptark Svensson (illustration)

«The Guardian»: «Amal Clooney: give UN power to investigate journlist death» by Patrick Wintour

«The Guardian»: «The long read – Bad ancestors: does the climate crisis violate the rights of those yet to be born?» by Astra Taylor

«The Guardian»: «The Long read – Searching for an Alzheimer’s cure while my father slips away» by Peter Savodnik

«The Observer»: «Behind the razor wire of Greece’s notorious refugee camp» by Daniel Howden

«The Observer»: «From ‘our girls’ to ‘brides of Isis’» by Azadeh Moaveni

«The Observer»: «Final edition : why no local news is bad news» by Tim Adams

«Insider»: «The Murder of Kamal Kashoggi» by Evan Ratliff

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«The New York Times»: «When Trump Feels Cornered, He Gets Worse»  by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «Impeaching the Peach One» by Maureen Dowd

«The New York Times»: «Why the Trump Impeachment Inquiry is the Only Option» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times»: «Nonfiction: The Inscrutable Mike Pence» by Peter Baker

«The New York Times»: «Paul Throux’s Mexican Journey» by Paul Theroux (text) & Cesar Rodriguez (photographs)

«The New York Times»: «When Depression Is Like A Cancer» by Jill Halper M.D.

«The New York Times» : «36 Hours in Geneva» by Paige McClanahan

«The New York Times»: «In the Swiss Alps, Walking a Cliff’s Edge to History» by Andrew Brenner

«The New York Times»: «Saudi Arabia Invites Tourists: What You Need to Know» by Tariro Mzezewa

«The New York Times»: «Books of the Times: In Edward Snowden’s Memoir, the Disclosures This Times Are Personal » by Jennifer Szalai

«The New York Times» : «Books of the Times: A New Book Upends Conventional Wisdom About Migration» by Parul Sehgal

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Voyages Issue : Follow Us to the End of the World»  by «The New York Times» (photographs)

«The New Yorker»: «Nancy Pelosi: An Exremely Stable Genius» by David Remnick

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Medicine: Paging Dr Robot» by D.T. Max

«The New Yorker»: «Can a Burger Help Solve Climate Change?» by Tad Friend

«The New Yorker»: «The Integrity oft he Trump Impeachment Inquiry» by Steve Coll

«The New York Review of Books»: «Songs of my Self-Care» by Jacqueline Rose

«The Washington Post»: «Washington is again captivated by an anonymous source. It’s different now» by Ben Terris

«The Washington Post» : President sees himself as victim like no other» by Philip Rucker

«The Washington Post»: «The gaz tycoon and the vice president’s son: The story of Hunter Biden’s foray into Ukraine» by Paul Sonne, Michael Kranish & Matt Viser

«The Intercept»: «More U.S. Commandos Are Fighting Invisible Wars in the Middle East» by Nick Turse

«The Intercept»: «Reporters Should Stop Helping Donald Trump Spread Lies About Joe Biden and Ukraine» by Robert Mackey

«The Guardian»: «A 2'000km journey through the Amzon rainforest»

«The Guardian» : «A Life in a Sea of Red: the rise of China – in pictures» by Liu Heung Shing

«The Guardian»: «The long read: How Turkish TV is taking over the world» by Fatima Bhutto

«The Guardian»: «The long read – My body is feeling like it is dying from the drugs that are meant to save me: life as a cancer patient » by Anne Boyer

«The Guardian»: «The long read - The girl in the box: the mysterious crime that shocked Germany» by Xan Rice

«The Guardian»: «The 100 best films of the 21st century»

«The Guardian»: «The 100 best albums oft he 21st century»

«The Observer» : «‘You broke our glacier’: the Montblanc resort on the climate frontline» by Angela Giuffridda

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«The New York Times»: «Climate Protesters and World Leaders: Same Planet, Different World » by Somini Sengupta

«The New York Times»: «An Abrupt Move That Stunned Aides: Inside Trump’s Aborted Attack on Iran» by Peter Baker, Eric Schmitt & Michael Crowley Gupta

«The New York Times»: «Why Trump’s Daring Gambit with the Taliban Stalled» by Mujib Mashal

«The New York Times»: «Bibi Netanyahu Trapped in His Own Labyrinth» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times» : «The End of the Netanyahu Era» by Shmuel Rosner

«The New York Times»: «Barack Obama’s Biggest Mistake» by Farhad Manjoo

«The New York Times»: «Al Gore: The Climate Crisis Is the Battle of Our Times, and We Can Win» by Al Gore

«The New York Times»: «Rock Star Patty Smith, Making Paris Swoon» by Maureen Dowd

«The New York Times» : «The Views from the Top: How They Measure Up» by James S. Russell

«The New York Times Magazine»: «What Reallly Brought Down the Boeing 737 Max?» by William Langewiesche

«The New Yorker»: «Edward Snowden and the Rise of Whistleblower Culture» by Jill Lepore

«The New Yorker»: «The Political Scene: The Fight for the Latino Vote in Florida» by Jonathan Blitzer

«The New Yorker»: «Jonathan Ledgard Believes Imagination Could Save the World» by Ben Taub

«The New Yorker»: «Books: Susan Sontag and the Unholy Practice of Biography» by Janet Malcom

«The New York Review of Books»: «Our Lethal Air» by Jonathan Mingle

«The New York York Review of Books»: «Walter Gropius: The Unsinkable Modernist» by Martin Filler

«Columbia Review of Journalism»: «Is Facebook really concerned about privacy» by Himanshu Gupta

«Columbia Journalism Review»: «5 years ago, Edward Snowden changed journalism» by Pete Verson

«The Washington Post»: «President Trump and the warping of democratic governance» by Dan Balz

«The Washington Post»: «Life is a struggle in Venezuela’s oil capital. So is death» by Anthony Faiola & Rachelle Krygier

«The Washington Post»: «The completely correct guide to getting off a plane » by Natalie B. Compton

«The Guardian: «The long read: Why can’t we agree on what’s true anymore?» by William Davies

«The Guardian»: «Podcast – Justin Trudeau: the rise and fall of a political brand»

«The Guardian»: «Think only authoritarian regimes spy on their citizens?» by Kenan Malik

«The Guardian»: «Sicilians dare to believe: the mafia’s cruel regime is over» by Lorenzo Tondo

«The Guardian»: «‘Protecting the European way of life from migrants’» is a gift to the far righ » by Daniel Trilling

«The Guardian»: «Ultra by Tobias Jones review – Italian football and the far right» by Tim Parks

«The Observer»: «Are brain implants the futurte of thinking?» by Zoe Corbyn

«The Observer»: «’We can find you anywhere’: the Chechen death squads stalking Europe» by Shaun Walker

«The Intercept»: «Why I Decided not to Delete My Old Internet Posts » by Edward Snowden

«The Intercept» : «Threatening New War for Oil, Donald Trump Calls His Own Offer of Iran Talks ‘Fake News’ » by Robert Mackey

«Rolling Stone» : «Mitch McConnell: The Man Who Sold America» by Bob Moser

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«The New York Times»: «The World 9/11 Took From Us» by Omer Aziz

«The New York Times»: «’Trump Unplugged’: A President as His Own National Security Adviser» by Michael Cowley & Lara Jakes

«The New York Times»: «Let Trump Destroy Trump» by David Axelrod

«The New York Times»: «Nonfiction: Inside the Minds of the Women Who Joined ISIS» by Anne Barnard

«The New York Times»: «How Fan Culture Is Swallowing Democracy» by Amanda Hess

«The New York Times»: «He Who Must Not Be Tolerated» by Kara Swisher

«The New York Times»: «The One Thing No Israeli Wants to Discuss» by Matti Friedman

«The New York Times»: «C.I.A. Informant Extracted from Russia Had Sent Secrets to U.S. for Decades» by Julian E. Barnes, Adam Goldman & David Sanger

«The New York Times»: «Bernie Sanders Went to Canada, and a Dream of ‘Medicare for All’ Flourished» by Sidney Ember

«The New York Times»: «’She Said’ Recounts the Story How Two Times Reporters Broke the Harvey Weinstein Story» by Susan Faludi

«The New York Times»: «Robert Frank Dies; Pivotal Documentary Photographer was 94» by Philip Gefter

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Koch Foundation Is Trying to Reshape Foreign Policy. Now With Liberal Allies» by Beverly Gage

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Diplomacy: The Logic of Humanitarian Intervention» by Dexter Filkins

«The New Yorker»: «Dept. Of Popular Culture – Superfans: A Love Story» by Michael Schulman

«The New Yorker»: «Personal History : My Terezín Diary» by Zuzana Justman

«The New Yorker»: «Robert Mugabe and the Fate of Democracy in Africa» by Robin Wright

«The New Yorker»: «Climate Change: What If We Stopped Pretending?» by Jonathan Franzen

«The New Yorker»: «The Shock of Robert Frank’s ‘The Americans’» by Peter Schjedahl

«The Washington Post»: «Robert Frank’s photographs captured the bleak reality we’re still living in today» by Philip Kennicott

«The Washington Post»: «Ex-Russian official thought to have spied for the U.S. was hiding in plain sight» by Shane Harris & Ellen Nakashima

«The Washington Post»: «John Bolton’s turbulent tenure comes to a Trumpian end» by Karen de Young, Yosh Dawsey & John Hudon

«The Washington Post»: «Afghanistan: Witness to a War» by Kevin Maurer

«The Washington Post»: «The West has lost confidence in its values. Syria is paying the price» by Anne Applebaum

«The Washington Post»: «Israel and the decline of the liberal order» by Robert Kagan

«The Guardian»: «The long read – Ship of horrors: life and death on the lawless high seas» by Ian Urbina

«The Guardian»: « Podcast – « ‘It’s all gone’: how Hurricane Dorian devastated the Bahamas»

«The Guardian»: «Robert Frank: the outsider genius whose photographs laid bare America’s soul» by Sean O’Hagan

«The Guardian»: «She Said: An inside look at the story that broght down Harvey Weinstein» by Adrian Horton

«The Guardian» : «Podcast: Siri, sex and Apple’s privacy problem»

«Pro Publica»: «The Myth of the ‘Genius’ Behind Trump’s Reelection Campaign» by Peter Elkind with Doris Burke

«Vanity Fair»: «The Curious Sociopathy of Jeffrey Epstein» by Vanessa Grigoriadis (story) & Philip Burke

«KENYONreview»: «Twelve Words» by Brian Trapp

«The Intercept»: «The Best Movie Ever Made About the Truth Behind the Iraq War Is ‘Official Secrets» by Jon Schwarz

«The Intercept»: «From Paso to Sarajevo» by Murtaza Hussain

«The Atlantic»: «Elite Failure Has Brought Americans to the Edge of an Existential Crisis» by Derek Thompson

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«The Guardian»: «Podcast : Reporting from the eye of a political storm»

«The Guardian»: «State of nomination: where do Democrats stand as 2020 narrows?» by Lauren Gambino

«The Guardian»: «The American left’s 2020 mission: defeat Trump – and change the world» by Gary Younge

«The Guardian»: «Climate apartheid will only lead to more tragedies in the Mediterranean» by Carola Rackete

«The Guardian»: «Hong Kong: Will scrapping extradition bill end protests?» by Verma Yu

«The Guardian»: «A glimpse behind the scenes of Giza’s Grand Egyptian Museum» by Ruth Michaelson

«The Guardian»: «The race to create a perfect lie etector – and the dangers of succeeding» by Amit Katwala

«The Guardian»: «The science of senolytics: how a new pill could spell the end of aging» by Amy Fleming

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: The man who gave birth»

«The Guardian»: «The long read: From mind control to murder? How a deadly fall revealed the CIA’s darkest secrets» by Stephen Kinzer

«The Guardian»: «Robert Mugabe killed the freedoms he had worked so hard for» by Fadzayi Mahere

«The Guardian»: «Exclusive: John Le Carré’s new novel set among ‘lunatic’ Brexit inrigue» by Allison Flood

«The New Yorker» : «Are Spies More Trouble Than They Are Worth?» by Adam Gopnik

«The New Yorker»: «Reader, I googled It» by Dan Chiasson

«The New Yorker»: «The Message of Measles» by Nick Paumgarten

«The New York Review of Books»: «Brexit. Fools Rush Out» by Jonatahan Freedland

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Streets of New York» by Phil Penman

«The New York Times» : «The ‘Political Anarchist' Behind Britain’s Chaos» by Jenni Russell

«The New York Times»: «Boris Johnson’s Do-or-Die Debacle» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «One Job Is Better than Two» by Binyamin Appelbaum & Damon Winter

«The New York Times»: «On the Job 24 Hours a Day, 27 Days a Month» by Andy Newman

«The New York Times»: «How to Manage Your Mental Illness at Work» by Eric Ravenscraft

«The New York Times»: «The High School Course Bejing Accuses of Radicalizing Hong Kong» by Tiffany May & Amy Qin

«The New York Times» : «Robert Mugabe, Strongman Who Cried, ‘Zimbawe’ Is Mine, Dies at 95» by Alan Cowell

«The New York Times»: «I Killed My Partner. It Saved My Life» by Arlene Adams (text) & Clara Vannucci (photographs)

«The New York Times»: «The Real Donald Trump Is a Character on TV» by James Poniewozik

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Secret History of the Push to Strike Iran» by Ronen Bergman & Mark Mazetti

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Gospel According to Marianne Williamson» by Taffy Brodesser-Akner

«The Washington Post»: «Trump’s lost summer: Aides claim victory, but others see incompetence and intolerance» by Philip Ruckder & Ashley Parker

«The Washington Post»: «Donald and the black sharpie» by Dana Milbank

«The Washington Post»: «Five powerful stories from this year’s Visa pour L’Image: International Festival of Photojournalism» by Kenneth Dickerman

«The Washington Post»: «At a sprawling tent camp in Syria, ISIS women impose a brutal rule» by Louisa Loveluck & Souad Mekhennet

«The Washington Post»: «Why America is losing the information war to Russia» by David Ignatius

«The Atlantic»: «The Man Who Couldn’t Take It Anymore» by Jeffrey Goldberg

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«The Observer»: «Into the storm: the horror of the second world war» by Neil Ascherson

«The Observer»: «Lessons of the second world war are at risk of being forgotten, or even rewritten» by Sadiq Khan

«The Guardian»: «WWII: eighty years on, the world is still haunted by a catastrophe foretold» by Peter Beaumont

«The Guardian»: «How far will China go to stamp out Hong Kong protests?» by Tania Branigan

«The Guardian» : «Drone attacks in Middle East raise fears of escalting conflict» by Martin Chulov, Oliver Holmes & Mohammed Rasool

«The Guardian» : «A civil war state of mind now threatens our democracy» by Polly Toynbee

«The Guardian»: «Washington’s great mystery : Trump’s affinity for Putin and populists baffles experts» by Sabrian Siddiqui

«The Guardian»: «Margaret Atwood: ‘She’s ahead of everyone in the room’» by Johanna Thomas-Corr

«The Guardian»: «The long read: How the prison economy works» by Richard Davies

«The Independent» : «Trump is now the ‘crazed’ rogue leader in the US-Iran saga» by Robert Fisk

«The Intercept»: «It’s Time to Indict Aug San Su Kyi for Genocide Against the Rohyngya in Myanmar» by Mehdi Hasan

«The Intercept»: «Google Is Deepening Its Involvement with Egypt’s Repressive Government» by Vic Ryan

«The Intercept»: «We Tested Europe’s New Lie Detector for Travellers – And Immediately Triggered a False Positive» by Ryan Gallagher & Ludovica Jona

«The Washington Post»: «People have Trump fatigue. How will it effect 2020?» by David Ignatius

«The Washington Post»: «Why can’t we use nuclear weapons agaings bedbugs?» by Dana Milbank

«The Washington Post»: «A climate change solution slowly gains ground» by Steven Mufson

«The Washington Post»: «Teaching America’s Truth» by Joe Heim

«The Washington Post»: «Boris Johnson is taking British democracy to the brink» by Ishaan Tharoor

 «The Washington Post»: «Much of the world can learn something fom Africa» by Fareed Zakaria

«The Washington Post»: «Virtual afterlife: ‘Hey, Google! Let me talk to my departed father» by Peter Holley

«The New Yorker»: «China’s Hong Kong Dilemma» by Evan Osnos

«The New Yorker»: «The Rich Can’t Get Richer Forever, Can They?» by Liaquat Ahamed

«The New York Times» : «Cooler, Farther and Less Crowded : The Rise of ‘Undertourism » by Elaine Glusac

«The New York Times»: «What’s Next for Brexit? Six Possible Outcomes» by Stephen Castle

«The New York Times» : «The Amazon, Siberia, Indonesia: A World of Fire» by Kendra Pierre Louis

«The New York Times» : «Donald Trump Has Worn Us All Out» by Frank Bruni

«The New York Times» : «Italy’s New Marriage of Convenience» by Bepe Servergnini

«The New York Times»: «Trump’s Twitter War on Spelling» by Sarah Lyall

«The New York Times»: «Waiting for the Monsoon, Discovering a Brain Tumor Instead» by Rod Nordland

«The New York Times»: «Nonfiction: The Women’s Revolution in Politics» by Kate Zernike

«The New York Times»: «Nonfiction: The Truth About Koch Industries» by Bryan Burrough

«The New York Times»: «Nonfiction - Slavery and the Holocaust : How Americans and Germans Cope With Past Evils» by Susan Neiman

«The New York Times Style Magazine» : «Utopia, Abandoned» by Nikil Saval

«Rolling Stone»: «Trump 2010. Be Very Afraid» by Matt Taibbi

«Rolling Stone»: «The Very Real Possibility of President Elizabeth Warren» by Jamil Smith

«Outside»: «The Tragedy on Howse Peak» by Nick Heil

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«The New York Times»: «What ‘Victory’ Looks Like: A Journey Through Shattered Syria» by Vivien Vee (Story) & Meredith Kohut (photographs)

«The New York Times»: «China’s Soft Power Failure: Condemning Hong Kong’s Protests» by Li Yuan

«The New York Times»: «The People’s War Is Coming to Hong Kong» by Yi-Zheng Lian

«The New York Times»: «How the Palestinian-Israeli  Peace Process Became a Farce» by Thomas L. Friedman

«The New York Times»: «The World Has a Germany Problem» by Paul Krugman

«The New York Times»: «Trump. Greenland, Denmark. Is This Real Life?» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times Magazine»: «A Brief History of Slavery You Didn’t Learn in School» Curated by Mary Elliott

«The New York Times»: «America the Beautiful» by Bret Stephens

«The New York Times»: «Some Migratory Birds Sleep Better Than Others» by Emily Anthes

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Neil Young’s Lonely Quest to Save Music» by David Samuels

«The New Yorker»: «A Reporter At Large: Silicon Valley’s Crisis of Conscience» by Andrew Marantz

«The New Yorker»: «Dept. Of Ecology: A Trailblazing Plan to Fight California’s Wildfires» by Nicola Twilley

«The New Yorker»: «Profiles: Mike Pompeo, The Secreatry of Trump» by Susan B. Glasser

«The New Yorker»: «The Failure to See What Jeffrey Epstein Was Doing» by Amy Davidson Sorkin

«The Washington Post»: «The 1619 project and the far-right fear of history» by Ishaan Tharoor

«The Washington Post»: «I was wrong about Trump. Here’s why» by Anthony Scaramucci

«The Washington Post»: «The U.S. must take Greenland by force!» by Dana Milbank

«The Washington Post»: «Trump claims he’s the messiah. Maybe he should quit white he’s ahead» by Dana Milbank

«The Washington Post»: «The month a shadow fell on Trump’s economy» by Damian Paletta, Robert Costa, Josh Dawsey & Philip Rucker

«The Washington Post»: «Trump’s idea of buying Greenland is far from absurd» by Marc A. Thiessen

«The Washington Post»: «The Amazon is burning» by Terrence McCoy

«The Guardian»: «The long read - The machine always wins : what drives our addiction to social media?» by Richard Seymour

«The Guardian»: «The next global recession will be immune to monetary solutions» by Nouriel Roubini

«The Guardian»: «Molotov-Ribbentrop: why is Moscow trying to justify Nazi pact?» by Andrew Roth

«The Independent»: «The Fourth Afghan War is about to escalate» by Robert Fisk

«Pro Publica»: «How Amazon and Silicon Valley Seduced the Pentagon» by James Bandler, Anjali Tsui & Doris Burke

«npr»: «A Dead Cat,  a Lawyer’s Call and a 5-Figure Donation : How Media Fell Short on Epstein » by David Folkenflik

«The Atlantic»: «The Great Land Robbery» by Vann R. Newkirk II

«Columbia School of Journalism»: «How conservative media has grown under Trump» by Howard Polskin

«Vanity Fair»: «No one is safe: how Saudi Arabia makes dissidents disappear» by Ayamn M. Mohyeldin

..........Kalenderwoche 34..........

«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

...........Kalenderwoche 32..........

«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

..........Kalenderwoche 31..........


«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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