Ignaz Staub's picture


Von Ignaz Staub, 13.10.2020

Berichte in angelsächsischen Medien, ausgewählt von Ignaz Staub.

“The New York Times”: “Elect Joe Biden, America” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “America May Need International Intervention” by Peter Beinart

“The New York Times”: “The President’s Taxes: The Swamp That Trump Built” by Nicholas Confessore, Karen Yourish, Steve Eder, Ben Protess, Maggie Haberman, Grace Ashford, Michael LaForgia, Kenneth P. Vogel, Michael Rothfeld & Larry Buchanan

“The New York Times”: “Leave Judge Barrett’s Faith Out of This” by Meir Soloveichik

“The New York Times”: “I Feel Like I have Dementia’. Brain Fog plagues Covid Survivors” by Pam Belluck

“The New York Times”: “What We Dream When We Dream About Covid-19” by Benedict Carey

“The New York Times”: “We Were Bullet-Proof’. As Child Soldiers Grow Up, Legacy of War Lingers” by Hannah Beech

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Interactive: Seeing Black Futures” by Jenna Wortham & Kimberly Drew

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How President Trump Ruined Political Comedy” by Dan Brooks

“The New Yorker”: “Inside the Lincoln Projects War Against Trump” by Page Williams

“The New Yorker”: “Peter Zumthor: The Iconoclast Remaking Los Angeles’ Most Important Museum” by Dana Goodyear

“The New Yorker”: “Books: The Day Nuclear War Almost Broke Out” by Elizabeth Kolbert

“The New Yorker”: “Books: The United States of Dolly Parton” by Lauren Michele Jackson

“The New York Review of Books”: “Jordan’s Endless Transition” by Ursula Lindsay

“The New York Review of Books”: “Healthcare: The Best and the Rest” by David Oshinsky

“The New York Review of Books”: “Trump’s Praetorian Guard” by Jonathan Stevenson

“The Intercept”: “National Security ‘Experts’, Exploiting Pandemic Fears, Show Their Irrelevance” by Jon Schwarz

“The Intercept”: “The Unprecedented and Illegal Campaign to Eliminate Julian Assange” by Charles Glass

“The Intercept”: “The Real Cancel-Culture: Pro-Israel Blacklists” by Murtaza Husain

“Foreign Affairs”: “A National Security Reckoning” by Hillary Clinton

“The Guardian”: “Podcast - US election 2020: who is supreme court nominee Amy Coney Barrett?”

“The Guardian”: “’He just thinks about himself’: America’s reckless, ill president” by Ed Pilkington

“The Guardian”: “Who runs Hong Kong: party faithful shipped in to carry out Peking’s will” by Lily Kuo & Helen Davidson

The Guardian”: “After Hong Kong: China sets sight to solve ‘the Taiwan problem’” by Emma Graham-Harrison & Helen Davidson

“The Guardian”: “’In my dreams I ‘m there: the exodus from Hong Kong” Verna Hu

“The Guardian”: “The long read – Golden Dawn: The rise and fall of Greece’s neo-nazis” by Daniel Trilling

“The Guardian”: “’A threat from within’: Iraq and the rise of its militias” by Ghaith Abdul-Ahad

“The Observer”: “’There is no hope’: the slow disintegration of Lebanon” by Martin Chulov

The Independent”: “The first woman to run for the presidency of the United States” by Independent staff

“Alpinist”: “Water is Life” by Len Necefer

“The Atlantic”: “Civil War Is Here, Right Now” by Mike Giglio

“The California Sunday Magazine”: “The Last Patrol” by Nathaniel Penn

..........Kalenderwoche 41..........

“The Guardian”: “Saturday Night Live: Alec Baldwin and Jim Carey face off in debate parody” by Zach Vasuqez

“The Guardian”: “Interview – ‘Emperor has no clothes’: man who made Trump myth says façade has fallen” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “Donald Trump’s plot against democracy could break America apart” by Jonathan Freedland

“The Guardian”: “There’s asocial pandemic poisoning Europe: hatred of Muslims” by Patrycja Sasal & Yasemin el Menouar

“The Guardian”: “Interview: Ai Weiwei on China, free speech – and a message from London” by Vanessa Thorpe

“The Guardian”: “The long read: How one man spent 34 years in prison after setting fire to a pair of curtains” by Mark Olden

“The Observer”: “Panic and confusion permeate White House following Trump’s Covid diagnosis” by David Smith

“The Observer”: “Interview – Jill Lepore: when did we hand Google, Twitter and Facebook the reins” by Jim Adams

“The Observer”: “He cheated death, but can Navalny ever break Putin’s hold on Russia?” by Shaun Walker

“The Independent”: “The comparisons between Lebanon’s Civil War and America’s situation now are a step too far” by Robert Fisk

“London Review of Books”: “Petulant, Annoying, Repulsive, Dismal” by Christian Lorentzen

“The New Yorker”: “The Corona Virus and the Threat Within the White House” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “American Chronicles: How the Promise of Normalcy Won the 1920 Election” by Thomas Mallon

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Psychology: The Public-Shaming Project” by D.J. Max

“The New Yorker”: “Onward and Upward with the Sciences: The Elusive Peril of Space Junk” by Raffi Khatchadourian

“The New York Review of Books”: “Deportation Nation” by Julia Preston

“The New York Review of Books”: “Simulating Democracy” by James Gleick

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Climate Migration Will Reshape America” by Abrahm Lustgarten (text) & Meredith Kohut (photographs)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Up, Up and Away from It All” by Jimmy Chin (photographs)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Attack on Voting” by Jim Rutenberg

“The New York Times”: “After 30 Years, East and West Germans Wonder: How United Are We?” by Melissa Eddy

“The New York Times”: “Get Well, Mr. President” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “The President’s Taxes” by Ross Buettner, Susanne Craig & Mike McIntire

“The New York Times”: “’I Feel Sorry for Americans’: A Baffled World Watches the U.S.” by Hannah Beech

“The New York Times”: “Trump’s Corona Coronation” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Reality Bursts the Trumpworld Bubble” by Maureen Dowd

“The New York Times”: “The 22-Year-Old Force Behind Egypt’s Me-Too Movement” by Declan Walsh

“The New York Times”: “Eliud Kipchoge Emerges as the Philosopher-King of Running” by Jonathan W. Rosen

“The New York Times”: “The Short Tenure and Abrupt Ouster of Banking’s Sole Black C.E.O.” by Kate Kelly

“The New York Times”: “Seeing Our Own Reflection in the Birth of the Self-Portrait”

“Politico Magazine”: “This Is What Trump’s Suburbia Really Looks Like” by Tim Alberta

“Wilson Center”: “Nasrin Sotoudeh: The Pride and Moral Voice of Iran” by Haleh Esfandiari

“Wired”: “Meet This Year’s Wired 25: People Who Make Things Better”

..........Kalenderwoche 40..........

“The Atlantic”: “The Election That Could Break America” by Barton Gellman

“The Guardian”: “’Moments that can never come back’: the other side of René Burri – in pictures”

“The Guardian”: “’Fill that seat’: Trump’s weaponizing of the courts will be his lasting legacy” by Tom McCarthy

“The Guardian”: “Trump claims he read Woodward’s Rage in one sitting and found it very boring” by Martin Pengelly

“The Guardian”: “Trump’s embrace of Kenosha shooter raises vigilante fears for election” by Adam Gabbatt

“The Guardian”: “The long read: How rescuing drowning migrants became a crime” by Daniel Trilling

“The Guardian”: “Tik Tok: Why it is being sold and who will own it” by Helen Davidson

“The Guardian”: “The long read: Net loss: the high price of salmon farming” by Mark Kurlansky

“The Guardian”: “Aerial views of London: then and now - in pictures”

“The Observer”: “The tipping points at the heart of the climate crisis” by Michael Marshall

“The New York Times”: “The Biggest Wave Surfed This Year” by Adam Skolnick

“The New York Times”: “Vladimir Putin Thinks He Can Get Away with Anything” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “How Big Tech Could Influence the Election” by Charlie Warzel

“The New York Times”: “Facebook Is Failing in Global Disinformation Fight, Says Former Worker” by Sheera Frenkel

“The New York Times”: “Whose America Is It?” by Thomas B. Edsall

“The New York Times”: “Nonfiction: The Future of Energy” by Adam Tooze

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Ilhan Omar Is Not Here to Put You At Ease” by David Marchese

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Why Ruth Bader Ginsburg Refused to Step Down” by Emily Bazelon

“The New York Times Magazine”: “In Dark Times, I Sought Out the Turmoil of Caravaggio’s Paintings” by Teju Cole

“The New Yorker”: “Fiction: Switzerland” by Nicole Krauss

“The New Yorker”: “Medical Dispatch: Two Hundred Thousand Americans Are Dead” by Dhruv Khullar

“The New Yorker”: “Donald Trump Is Attacking American Democracy at Its Core” by John Cassidy

“The New Yorker”: “The Clear Night Sky Over India’s and China’s Hostile Border” by Raghu Karnad & Anmol Tikoo

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Technology: Scientists Advance on One of Technology’s Holy Grails” by Matthew Hutson

“The New Yorker”: “The Political Scene: The Legal Battle Awaiting Us After the Election” by Jeffrey Toobin

“The New Yorker”: “Q. & A.: Why A Never Trumper Changed Her Mind” by Isaac Chotiner

“The New Yorker”: “Books: Goya and the Art of Survival” by Peter Schiedahl

“The New Yorker”: “The Case for Dumping the Electoral College” by Steve Coll

“The New York Review of Books”: “When Monuments Fall” by Kenan Malik

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Cults of Wagner” by Jed Perl

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Oracle of Our Unease” by Sarah Churchwell

“Politico Magazine”: “’The Most Important Woman Lawyer in the History of the Republic’” by Politico Magazine

“Wired”: “QAnon Is Like a Game – A Most Dangerous Game” by Clive Thompson

“Wired”: “After Years in Exile, Edward Snowden Explains Himself” by Andy Greenberg

“The Washington Post”: “Trump’s contempt for truth leaves a toxic legacy around the world” by Editorial Board

“The Washington Post”: “How Ruth Bader Ginsburg is being memorialized in cartoons” by Michael Cavna

..........Kalenderwoche 39..........

“The New York Times”: “Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court’s Feminist Icon, Is Dead at 87” by Linda Greenhouse

“The New York Times”: “Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Legacy” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Ruth Bader Ginsburg Knew What to Do With Her Time” by Gail Collins

“The New York Times”: “Justice Ginsburg’s Death Upends the 2020 Race” by Peter Baker & Maggie Haberman

“The New York Times”: “Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Advice for Living” by Ruth Bader Ginsburg

“The New York Times”: “Trump’s Middle Eastern Mirage” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “The Love Triangle That Spawned Trump’s Mideast Peace Deal” by Thomas L. Friedman

“The New York Times”: “On the Fire Line, Grueling Work and a Shared Purpose” by John Schwartz

“The New York Times”: “A New Ship’s Mission: Let the Deep Sea Be Seen” by William J. Broad

“The New York Times”: “The Pandemic, From the Virus’s Point of View” by David Quammen

“The New York Times”: “Who Is Paris Hilton, Really?” by Ilana Kaplan

“The New York Times Magazine”: “I’m a Muslim and Arab American. Will I Ever Be an Equal Citizen?” by Laila Lalami

“The New Yorker”: “Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Unlikely Path to the Supreme Court” by Jill Lepore

“The New Yorker: “Ruth Bader Ginsburg, The Great Equalizer” by Jill Lepore

“The New Yorker”: “Bob Woodward’s Bad Characters” by Isaac Chotiner

“The New Yorker”: “The Man Who Refused to Spy” by Laura Secor

“The New Yorker”: “Roger Angell Turns One Hundred” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Trump’s Washington – ‘It Was All About the Election’: The Ex- White House Aide Olivia Troye on Trump’s Narcissitic Mishandling of Covid-19” by Susan B. Glasser

“New York Magazine”: “The People v Donald J. Trump” by Jeff Wise

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Wages of Whiteness” by Harry Kunzru

“The New York Review of Books”: “Mourning in Place” by Edwige Danticat

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Big Smoke” by Anastasia Edel

“The New York Review of Books”: “This Soldier’s Witness to the Iraq War Lie” by Frederic Wherey

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Ballots and Bedlam” by Leonard Downie Jr.

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Bill Barr, Unbound” by Manuel Roig-Franzia & Tom Hamburger

“The Guardian”: “Supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg – a life in pictures”

“The Guardian”: “Ruth Bader Ginsburg changed America long before she joined the Supreme Court” by Moira Donegan

“The Guardian”: “A Biden victory cannot bring normal back” by Tom Blackburn

“The Guardian”: “America is at war with deadly wildfires. But Trump is on the side of the inferno” by David Sirota

“The Guardian”: “Texas is ‘voter suppression’ state and one of the hardest states to vote. Will it help Trump win?” by Alexander Villareal

“The Guardian”: “This government’s Brexit ignorance is steering us towards disaster” by Jonathan Freedland

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: The poisoning of Alexei Navalny”

“The Observer”: “So long, Southsea: the last sultan of Zanzibar quits U .K. after 56 years in Exile” by Harriet Sherwood

“The Observer”: “Another day not at the office. Will working at home be 2020’s most radical change?” my Andrew Anthony

“London Review of Books”: “America’s Guns” by Deborah Friedell

“London Review of Books”: “LRB Conversations: 400 Million Guns” by Deborah Friedell & Thomas Jones

“Rolling Stone”: “How Far Will Donald Trump Go to Win?” by Andy Kroll

“Vanity Fair”: “Is the Media Ready for the Climate Apocalypse?” by Caleb Ecarma

...........Kalenderwoche 38..........

“The New Yorker”: “The Colourful Worlds of Pipilotti Rist” by Calvin Thompkins

“The New Yorker”: “Is America a Myth?” by Robin Wright

“The New Yorker”: “Is Russian Meddling As Dangerous As We Think?” by Joshua Yaffa

“The New Yorker”: “Medical Dispatch: The State of the Fight Against the Coronavirus” by Dhruv Khullar

“The New Yorker”: “How Can We Pay for Creativity in the Digital Age?” by Hua Hsu

”The New Yorker”: “Notes on Grief” by Chimananda Ngozi Adichie

“The New Yorker”: “How Trump Could Win” by Benjamin Wallace-Wells

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At large: The Real Heroes Are Dead” by James B. Stewart

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Gloria Steinem Is Nowwhere Near Done Being an Activist” by David Marchese (text) & Bráullo Amado (photo illustration)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “At Least 37 Million People Have Been Displaced by America’s War on Terror” by John Ismay

“The New York Times”: “The Electoral College Will Destroy America” by Jesse Wegman

“The New York Times”: “Give Money to Babies” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “The U.A. E. – Israel Flight Is Nothing to Celebrate” by Diana Buttu

“The New York Times”: “How One Man Conned the Beltway” by Howard Blum

“The New York Times”: “’We’re No. 28! And Dropping!’” by Nicholas Kristof

“The New York Times”: “How a Massive Bomb Came Together in Beirut’s Port” by Ben Hubbard, Maria Abi-Habib, Mona El-Naggar, Allison McCann, Anjali Singhvi, James Glanz and Jeremy White

“The New York Times”: “How the Coronavirus Attacks the Brain” by Apoorva Mandabilli

“The New York Times”: “Trapped by Pandemic, Ships’ Crew Fight Exhaustion and Despair” by Aurora Almendrai

”The New York Times”: “Remembering the Presidency of Donald Trump” by Roger Cohen

“The Washington Post”: “Italy’s Bergamo is calling back coronavirus survivors. About half say they haven’t fully recovered” by Chico Harlan and Stefano Pitrelli (text) & Alberto Bernasconi (photographs)

“Politico Magazine”: “The Unlikely Kennedy Who Ended the Kennedy Dynasty” by Peter Canellos

“Politico Magazine”: “What Happens If China Gets the Covid-19 Vaccine First?” by Elizabeth Ralph

“The Atlantic”: “The New Reconstruction” by Adam Serwer

“The Atlantic”: “End the Nobel Peace Prize” by Graeme Wood

“The Guardian”: “How China’s strained relationship with foreign media unravelled” by Helen Davidson

“The Guardian”: “At 31, I have just weeks to live. Here’s what I want to pass on” by Elliot Dallen

“The Guardian”: “Trauma, fear and homelessness: the struggles of Paradise’s fire migrants show the future of climate crisis” by Dani Anguiano

“The Guardian”: “The most dangerous phase of the US Covid-19  crisis may yet be to come” by Barry Eichengreen

“The Guardian”: “California’s dark, orange sky is the most unnerving thing I’ve ever woken up to” by Rebecca Solnit

«The Guardian»: «‘One thing I’ve learned about modern farming’ – we shouldn’t be doing it like this’» by Andrew Wasley

“The Guardian”: “The long read – Facts v feelings: how to stop our emotions leading us” by Tim Harford

“The Guardian”: “California’s skies glow orange as wildfires continue – in pictures”

“The Guardian”: “A robot wrote this entire article. Are you scared yet” by  GPT-3

“The Guardian”: “’I’ve never been so afraid’: Oregon fire evacuees face unrecognizable landscape” by Jason Wilson

“The Guardian”: “Margaret Atwood: ‘If you’re going to speak truth to power, make sure it’s the truth” by Miranda Sawyer

“The Guardian”: “We need to reclaim populism form the right. It has along, proud leftwing history” by Thomas Frank

“Wilson Center”: “Jihadism: A Generation after 9/11” by Andrew Hanna & Garrett Nada

“BBC”: “The Benefits of Note-Taking by Hand” by Hetty Roessingh

“LitHub”: “The Wounds of Multilingualism” by Sulaiman Addonia

“London Review of Books”: “Adventures in Brexitland” by Peter Geoghegan

..........Kalenderwoche 38..........

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Florida: Who gets to Vote in Florida?” by Dexter Filkins

“The New Yorker”: “In the Garden: In the Disturbances of the Garden” by Jamaica Kincaid

“The New Yorker”: “A Critic at Large: Is Staying in Staying Safe?” by Jill Lepore

“The New Yorker”: “Dept. of Swaps: The Joys of Looking Out a Stranger’s Window” by Patricia Marx

“The New Yorker”: “Dept. of Inquiry: What Does Boredom Do to Us – and for Us?” by Margaret Talbot

“The New Yorker”: “How to Reduce Screen Time” by Evan Waite

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Hunger Persists in a Rich Country Like America” by Adrian Nicole LeBlanc

“The New York Times Magazine”: “World War II After 75 Years: Beyond the War We Know”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “We Are Still Living with the Legacy of World War II” by Tom Hanks

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Can ‘Athletic Intelligence’ Be Measured?” by Devin Gordon

«The New York Times»: «7 Takeaways From Melania and Me’, by the First Lady’s Former Friend» by Elisabeth Egan

“The New York Times”: “What If Facebook Is the Real ‘Silent Majority’?” by Kevin Roose

“The New York Times”: “America, Don’t Try to Out-China China” by Jessisca Chen Weiss & Ali Wyne

“The New York Times”: “What You Can No Longer Say” by Jin Wu & Elaine Yu

“The New York Times”: “For the Kremlin, Alkesei Navany Is a Threat It Cannot Speak of” by Andrew Higgins

“The New York Times”: “Across the Globe, Students Head Back to School” by The New York Times

“The New York Times”: “The Short List: The Dangerous North Korea” by Gordon C. Chang

“The New York Times”: “Fighting the Virus in Trump’s Plague” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Coronavirus Crisis Shutters India’s Big Dreams” by Jeffrey Gettleman

“The New York Times”: “Forget TikTok. China’s Powerhouse App Is WeChat, and Its Power Is Sweeping” by Paul Mozur

“The New York Times”: “The Great Divide” photographed by Alec Soth/Magnum Photos

“The New York Times”: “By the Book: John Cleese Plans to Be Buries with His Unread Books”

“The New York Review of Books”: “What Ails America” by Timothy Snyder

“The New York Review of Books”: “’A Dictatorship Is Being Created’: An Interview with Lech Walesa” by Michal Matlak

“The Washington Post”: “The story of gun violence in America: The story of one day and 113 people shot” by Bonnie Berkowitz & Christine Loman

“The Washington Post”: “How should we respond to our former Trump-loving friends?” by Nancy Gibbs

“The Guardian”: “Guaranteed to rise a smile: the 10 most optimistic stories of the summer” by Mark Rice-Oxley

«The Guardian»: «The long read – the tyranny of chairs – why we need better design» by Sanda Hendren

“The Guardian”: “Experiences: I was married to an Islamic State leader” by Tanja Joya

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Will Trump’s law and order gamble pay off?”

“The Guardian”: “Yanis Varoufakis: capitalism isn’t working. Here’s an alternative” by Yanis Varoufakis

“The Guardian”: “The girls and women fighting to stop child marriage” by Thom Pierce (text & photographs)

“The Guardian”: “Alexei Navalny faces long and uncertain road to recovery” by Luke Harding & Caroline Bannock

“The Guardian”: “Palantir filed to go public. The firm’s unethical technology should terrify us” by Marisa Franco

“The Guardian”: “Trump doesn’t seem to understand how voting works. Here’s what you need to know” by Ankita Rao

“The Guardian”: “The danger is now clear. Trump is destroying democracy in broad daylight” by Jonathan Freedland

“The Atlantic”: “Trump: Americans Who Died in Wars Are ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers” by Jeffrey Goldberg

“The Atlantic”: “Why Trump Supporters Can’t Admit Who He Really Is” by Peter Wehner

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed: Is QAnon the Future of the Republican Party?”

“The Intercept”: “How William Barr Is Weaponizing the Justice Department to Help Trump Win” by Peter Stone

........Kalenderwoche 37..........

«The Observer»: “How the race for a Covid-19 vaccine is getting dirty” by Laura Spinney

“The Observer”: “’Two visions of the US’: Trump and Biden offer contrasts on race, Covid and economy” by David Smith

“The Observer”: “How Angela Merkel’s great migrant gamble paid off” by Philip Oltermann

“The Observer”: “How Syria’s blasted landmarks are starting to rise from the ruins” by Rowan Moore

“The Guardian”: “How should Europe respond now its American ally has turned hostile” by Simon Tisdall

«The Guardian»: «Interview -‘From the mundane to the sublime’: Samanta Cristoforetti on life in space» by Ellie Mae O’Hagan

«The Guardian»: «Beirut’s devastating explosion has not shaken the ruling class’s grip on Lebanon» by Gilbert Achcar

«The Guardian»: «It may seem Putin controls the Russian state personnally. The reality is more dangerous» by Yana Gorohovskaia

«The Guardian»: « An illness in the shadows: life with borderline personality disorder» by Mark Rice-Oxley & Sarah Johnson

«The Guardian»: «Unlearning the myth of American innocence» by Judy Hansen

«The Guardian»: «’I’m beside myself : millions face evictions amid looming crisis» by Amanda Holpuch

«The Guardian»: «With Donald Trump and this election, it feels ominously like 2016 all over again» by Nathan Robinson

«The Guardian»: «‘We’ve all had enough’: Kenosha in anguish over Jacob Blake shooting» by Adam Mahoney

«The Guardian»: «Green teen memes: how TikTok could save the planet» by Yasemine Craggs Mersinoglu

“The Atlantic”: “This Is How Biden Loses” by George Packer

“The Atlantic”: “The Pope, the Jews and the Secrets in the Archives” by David E. Kertzer

«The New York Review of Books»: «Night and Day» by Finton O’Toole

 “The New York Review of Books”: “My Friend John Lewis” by Danny Lion

«The New Yorker»: «Onward and Upward with the Arts: How Wagner Shaped Hollywood» by Alex Ross

«The New Yorker»: «What Happens If Donald Trump Fights the Election Results?» by Erich Lach

«The New Yorker»: «Profiles: Can Biden’s Center Hold?» by Evan Osnos

«The New Yorker»: «Did the Democratic Convention Go Too Smoothly?» by Amy Davidson Sorkin

«The New Yorker»: «Pangolin Trafficking and the Coronavirus Pandemic» by David Quammen

«The New York Times»: «How Much Can 1968 Tell Us About 2020?» by Rick Perlstein

«The New York Times»: «Could It Be Bush v. Gore  All Over Again?» by Linda Greenhouse

«The New York Times»: «Is There Nothing Trump Won’t Say?» by Frank Bruni

«The New York Times»: «Trump and the Politics of ‘Mean World’» by David Brooks

«The New York Times»: «How Zeynab Tufekci Keeps Getting the Big Things Right» by Ben Smith

«The New York Times»: «Trump’s Fights Are Their Fights. They Have His Back Unapologetically» by Trip Gabriel

«The New York Times»: «Nonfiction: « The Never-Ending War Between the White House and the Press» by Jack Shafer

«The New York Times»: «Nonfiction – El Jefe : What It Took to Put El Chapo Behind Bars for Life» by Alma Guillermopreto

«The New York Times»: «German Town Fears Ruin by U.S. Efforts to Stop Russian Pipeline»  by Melissa Eddy & Steven Erlanger

«Vanity Fair»: «Blue Blood: America’s Brotherhood of Police Officers» by Eve L. Ewing & Shown Martinbrogh (illustration)

«Vanity Fair»: «The Life Breonna Taylor Lived, in the Words of her Mother» by Ta-Nehisi Coates & Latoya Ruby Frazier (photographs)

«The Intercept»: «What Racism Smells Like» by Sharin Lerner

«GQ»: «The Conscience of Silicon Valley» by Zach Baron & Aubrey Trinnaman (photographs)

«Longreads»: «Traumatic Brain Injury: The Final Five Percent» by Tim Requart

«Longreads»: «The Ugly History of Beautiful Things: Perfume » by Katy Kelleher

..........Kalenderwoche 36..........

«The New York Times»: «A Glimmer of Hope for Trump’: How Bush Mounted a Comeback in 1988» by Adam Nagourney

«The New York Times»: «Why Biden Needs a Landslide Just to Win» by Frank Bruni

«The New York Times»: «How Kamala Harris’s Family in Indian Helped Shape Her Values» by Jeffrey Gettleman & Suhasisni Raj

«The New York Times»: «Why We Cover What Politicians Wear» by Vanessa Friedman

«The New York Times»: «The Long View: The South’s Fight for White Supremacy» by Jon Meacham

«The New York Times»: «Quiet Reflections on the Enchanting Italian Village of Panicale» by Barry L. Schwartz (photographs and text)

«The New York Times»: «All the Republicans Who Have Decided Not to Support Trump»  by Isabella Grullón Paz & Jonathan Martin

«The New York Times»: «Will 2020’s Election Be the End of Our Democracy?» by Thoman L. Friedman

«The New York Times»: «The Office Will Never Be the Same Again» by Claire Cain Miller

«The New York Times»: «The New York City of Our Imagination» by Dan Barry & Todd Heisler

«The New York Times»: «Don’t Drink the Tea: Poison Is a Favoured Weapon in Russia » by Andrew E. Kramer

«The New York Times»: «What to Know About Stuttering» by Benedict Carey

«The New York Times»: «In The Virtual (and Actual) Footsteps of Raphael» by David Laskin

«The New York Times»: «Travel: The Most Storied Highway of Them All» by Charly Wilder

«The New York Times»: «Following Dorothea’s Notebook» by Tess Taylor

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Inside the Boogaloo: America’s Extremly Online Extremists» by Leah Sottile (text) & Tomer Hanuka (illustrations)

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Donald Trump Jr. Is Ready. But for What, Exactly?» by Jason Zengerle

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Horticulture: The Therapeutic Power of Gardening» by Rebecca Mead

«The New Yorker»: «Letter form Michigan: The Militias Against Masks» by Luke Mogelson

«The New Yorker»: «A Critic at Large: What Have We Done to the Whale?» by Amia Srinivasan

«The New Yorker»: «Flash Fiction: The Kingdom That Failed» by Haruki Murakami

«The New Yorker»: «The Problems Inherent in Political Polling» by Jill Lepore

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Gastronomy: Can Babies Learn to Love Vegetables?» by Burkhard Bilger

«The New York Review of Books»: «Syria: Women’s Business» by Lindsey Hilsum

«The Washington Post»: «A century-old treaty still haunts the Mediterranean» by Ishaan Tharoor

«The Washington Post»: «Four Israeli women who’ve broken new political ground» by Ruth Eglash

«The Guardian»: «Is QAnon taking over America? Not so fast» by Adam E. Enders & Jospph E. Uscinski

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: Can Kamala Harris help Joe Biden win the US presidency?»

«The Guardian»: «Why it’s sensible to be silly» by Elle Hunt

«The Guardian»: «From Washington to Minsk, democracy is under siege…and it’s losing ground» by Simon Tisdall

«The Guardian»: «Trump v American democracy: the real battle on the ballot this November» by David Smith

«The Guardian»: «How did refugees’s lives in Europe turn out?» by Harriet Grant

«The Guardian»: «Podcast – Revisited: the killing of George Floyd – will anything change?»

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: The truth about vaping»

«The Observer: «How China uses Muslim press trips to counter claims of Uigur abuse» by Kate Wong & David Bogi

«The Observer»: «First Ladies, voices of reason and compassion, central to US politics today» by Katee Andersen Brower

«The Independent»: «It may nearly have been forgotten, but Syria’s war goes on» by Robert Fisk

«Rolling Stone»: «Planet Plastic» by Tim Dickinson

«Politico Magazine»: «The Grand Old Meltdown» by Tim Alberta

«Politico Magazine»: «Can the Democratic Party Hold Togethr?» by John F. Harris & Holly Otterbein

..........Kalenderwoche 35..........

«The Guardian»: « The Long Read - Love you to death: how we hurt the animals wecherish » by Esther Woolfson

«The Guardian»: «’It sends a strong signal’: Black voters react to Kamala Harris’ nomination» by Lauren Gambino & Enjoli Liston

«The Guardian»: «‘They don’t know what I know’: why Cory Bush is poised to change politics » by Poppy Noor

«The Guardian» : «‘We want to build a life’: Europe’s paperless young people speak out» by Charlotte Alfred

«The Guardian»: «The pandemic is helping the rich get even richer. It’s time to tax their obscene wealth» by Bernie Sanders

«The Guardian»: «Why would anyone argue against billionaires paying more taxes? Just see Useful Idiot theory» by Arawa Mahdawi

«The Guardian»: «’Never going away’: what Arpaio’s primary loss could tell us about Trump’s future» by Terry Greene Sterling

«The Guardian»: «Democracy for sale by Peter Geoghegan review: the end of politics as we know it» by John Naughton

«The Observer»: «Sketches from a trying year: 10 cartoonists reflect on 2020 » by Killian Fox

«London Review of Books»: «Goodbye to Hasankeyf » by Aeiane Shahvisi

«The Intercept»: «What If Trump Won’t Leave?» by Francis Fox Piven & Dheepak Bhargava

«The Intercept»: «The Filthy Hyprocrisy of America’s ‘Clean’ China-Free Internet» by Sam Biddle

«The New York Review of Books»: «Co-opt and Corrupt: How Trump Bent and Broke the GOP» by Ruth Ben Ghiat

«The New York Review of Books»: «The New Nuclear Threat» by Jessica Mathews

«The New York Review of Books»: «Disinformed to Death » by Jonathan Freedland

«The New York Review of Books»: «Worlds Apart: Sci-Fi Visions of Altered Reality» by Lucas Adams

«The New Yorker»: «Do V.P. Picks Matter?» by Margaret Talbot

«The New Yorker»: «Israel’s New Peace Deals Transforms the Middle East» by Robin Wright

«The  New Yorker» : «A Reporter At Large: How China Controlled the Coronavirus» by Peter Hessler

«The New Yorker»: «Letter from Wisconsin: How Suffering Farmers May Determinde Trump’s Fate» by Dan Kaufman

«The New Yorker»: «Personal History: The Musk Ox and Me» by Jon Lee Anderson

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Activism : Can Minneapolis Dismantle Its Police Department?» by Benjamin Wallace-Wells

«The New Yorker»: «Archive Profiles: Trump solo» by Mark Singer

«New York Magazine»: «American Death Cult» by Jonathan Chait

«The New York Times»: «Is QAnon the Most Dangerous Conspiracy Theory of the 21st Century?» by Charlie Warzel

«The New York Times»: «Inside the Fight to Save Houston’s Most Vulnerable» by Sheri Fink, Emily Rhine & Erin Schaff

«The New York Times»: «Are Racial Atttitudes Really Changing? Some Black Activists Are Sceptical» by Astead W. Herndon

«The New York Times»: «What Happens to Viral Particles on the Subway» by Mika Gröndahl, Christina Goldbaum & Jeremy White

«The New York Times»: «Nonfiction: Kurt Andersen Asks What Is the Future of America?» by Anand Giridharadas

«The New York Times»: «Biden Dreams of Kamelot» by Maureen Dowd

«The New York Times Magazine»: «How Covid Sends Some Bodies to War With Themselves» by Moises Velasquez-Manoff

«Los Angeles Times»: «I had Covid-19, and these are the things nobody tells you» by Bill Plaschke

«Rolling Stone»: «Killing the Truth» by Andy Kroll

«WIRED»: «The Furious Hunt for the MAGA Bomber» by Garrett M. Graff

«WIRED»: «Three years inside Google, the happiest company in tech» by Nitasha Tiku

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

«The Independent»: «Beirut has suffered a catastrophe that will live long in the memory – and the repeated betrayal of its citizens is a travesty» by Robert Fisk

«The Guardian»: «Chain reaction: disaster hastens Lebanon’s moment of reckoning» by Martin Chulov

«The Guardian»: «‘ Ghetto presidents’: musicians risk all to take on authoritarian rule in Africa» by Jason Burke & Samuel Okiror

«The Guardian»: «Trump is in hot electoral water. It could be even worse for him in November» by Art Cullen

«The Guardian»: «The Covid novels are arriving. And they’ll be a warning to future generations» by Laura Spinney

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: Hadley Freeman on the future of the royals»

«The Guardian»: «‘I don’t trust them anymore’: how the NRA became its own worst enemy» by David Smith

«The Guardian»: «Don’t let the victors define morality: Hiroshima was alwas indefensible» by Kenan Malik

«The Guardian»: «Can loneliness be cured with a pill? Scientists are now asking the question» by Abby Carney

«The Guardian»: «The long read: The last of the Zoroastrians» by Shaun Walker

«The Guardian»: «A global debt crisis is looming – how can we prevent it?» by Joseph Stieglitz & Hamid Rashid

«The Guardian»: «Podcast : Inside Lebanon’s economic crisis»

«The Guardian»: «Podcast : How did President Trump get his pandemic response so wrong?»

«The Atlantic»: «Is This the Beginning of the End of American Racism?» by Ibram X. Kendi

«The New Yorker»: «Dispatch: Searching with the Mothers of Mexico’s Disappeared» by Ana Karina Zatarain

«The New Yorker»: «How Did I Catch the Coronavirus?» by Corolyn Kormann

«The New Yorker»: «Tyler Mitchell’s Redefining Portraits» by Deborah Willis

«The New Yorker»: «Cultural Comment: The Second Act of Social Media Activism » by Jane Hu

«The New Yorker»: «Sunday Reading: Hiroshima» by The New Yorker

«The New Yorker»: «Why America Feels Like a Post-Soviet State» by Masha Gessen

«The New Yorker»: «Joseph McCarthy and the Force of Political Falsehoods» by Louis Menand

«The New York Times»: «The Photographers Who Worked Under Mushroom Clouds 75 Years Ago» by Mike Ives

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Hiroshima Pilot Who Became a Symbol of Antinuchlear Prostest» by Anne I. Harrington

«The New York Times»: «Witnessing Nuclear Carnage, Then Devoting Her Life to Peace» by Motoko Rich

«The New York Times» : «Beirut: It Sounded as if the World Iself Was Breaking Open» by Lina Mounzer

«The New York Times»: «Lebanon’s Mushroom Cloud of Incompetence» by Faysal Itani

«The New York Times»: «Beirut on the Potomac» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «The Unique U.S. Failure to Control the Virus» by David Leonhardt (text) & Lauren Leatherby (graphics)

«The New York Times»: «Could This Be the Last Time We See Our Dad?» by Ron Haviv (text & photographs)

«The New York Times»: «Here’s What Extreme Heat Looks Like: Profoundly Unequal» by Somini Sengupta

«The New York Times»: «Unwanted Truths: Inside Trump’s Battles with U.S. Intelligence Agencies » by Robert Draper

«The New York Times»: «A Picture of Change for a World in Constant Motion» by Jason Farago

«The New York Times»: «‘Christianity will have powwer : the Pledge That Bonded Trump with Christianiry» by Elizabeth Dias & Jenn Ackermann and Tim Gruber (photographs and video)

«The New York Times»: «Where Do Republicans Go from Here?» by David Brooks

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Behrouz Boochani Just Wants to Be Free» by Megan K. Stack

«The New York Review of Books»: «130 Degrees » by Bill McKibben

«The Washington Post»: «Hiroshima’s Enola Gay carried 12 men, hope and the world’s deadliest weapon» by Michael E. Ruane

«The Washington Post»: «The NRA is doomed. It has only itself to blame» by Robert A. Spitzer

«Rolling Stone»: «Who won the battle of Portland?» by Tim Dickinson

«Rolling Stone»: «The Unraveling of America» by Wade Davis

..........Kalenderwoche 33..........

«The New York Times»: «Germany: Body Bags and Enemy Lists: How Far-Right Police Officers and Ex-Soldiers Planned for ‘Day X’» by Katrin Bennhold

«The New York Times»: «Nonfiction: Why the Working Classs Votes Against Its Own Economic Interests» by Jeff Madrick

«The New York Times»: «Talking to the Dead in the Sunshine State» by Sarah Gerard

«The New York Times»: «The Nightmare on Pennsylvania Avenue» by Paul Krugman

«The New York Times»: «In Trumpworld, the Grown-Ups in the Room All Left, and Got Book Deals» by Sarah Lyall

«The New York Times»: «Why Is Hillary Clinton So Hated?» by Noreen Malone

«The New York Times»: «A Friendship, a Pandemic and a Death Beside the Highway» by Basharat Peer

«The New York Times» : «Time for a Literary Road Trip» by Noor Qasim

«The New York Times»: «Trilobites: Can Trees Live Forever?» by Cara Giaimo

«The New York Times»: «How Do You Know a Human Wrote This?» by Farhad Manjoo

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Letter of Recommendation: The Lure of Other People’s Photos» by Bill Shapiro

«The New York Magazine»: «Inside the Iraqi Cleptocracy» by Robert F. Worth

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Mysterious Life of Birds Who Never Come Down » by Helen Macdonald

«The New Yorker»: «Dept. Of Law Enforcement: How Police Unions Fight Reform» by William Finnegan

«The New Yorker»: «Rethinking the Science of Skin» by Brooke Jarvis

«The New Yorker»: «The Cold War Bunker That Became Home to a Dark-Web Empire» by Ed Caesar

«The New Yorker»: «Homeland Security Was Destined to Become a Secret Police Force» by Masha Gessen

«The New Yorker»: «How the Simulatics Corporation Invented the Future» by Jill Lepore

«The New York Review of Books»: «Less Punishment, More Justice» by David Cole

«The New York Review of Books»: «Eric Hobsbawm: Clear, Inclusiv, Lasting» by Mark Mazower

«The New York Review of Books»: «A Brief History of Dangerous Others» by Richard Kreitner & Rick Perlstein

«The Guardian»: «Can Germany now hold the European team together?» by Timothy Garton Ash

«The Guardian»: «The long read - America’s ‘untouchables’: the silent power of the caste system» by Isabel Wilkerson

«The Guardian»: «’I failed my fellow Americans’: the white women defecting from Trump» by Adam Gabbatt

«The Guardian»: «’They need voters’: QAnon is finding a home on the Republican Party» by Adam Gabbatt

«The Guardian»: «’I can see the despair in their faces’: Lebanon’s economy unravels» by Martin Chulov (text) & Achilleas Zavallis (photographs)

«The Guardian»: «The long read – ‘We could see this tsunami of people coming’: inside the secret world of intensive care» by Sarah Whitehead

«The Guardian»: «MacKenzie Scott: more money than she can count and glad to give it away» by Rebecca Nicholson

«The Guardian»: «Zoom: Inside the world’s favourite video app» by Martin Lamont

«The Observer»: «A word into your ear…the rise of audiobooks is a story worth celebrating» by Alex Preston

«The Observer»: «Gaddafi’s prophecy come true as foreign powers battler for Libya’s oil» by beth McKernan

«The Washington Post»: «Americans are suffering. Trump offers them a doctor who warns of sex with demons» David van Drehle

«The Washington Post»: «The latest trend among wealthy American travelers? Buying another country’s citizenship» by Natalie B. Compton

«Outside»: «My Midlife Crisis as a Russian Sailor» by Andrea Pitzner

«The Atlantic»: «China AI Is Creating an Axis of Autocracy» by Ross Anderson

«The Atlantic»: «Barack Obama’s Eulogy for John Lewis» by Barack Obama

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

«The Guardian»: «If you’re not terrified by Facdebook, you haven’t been paying attention» by Carol Cadwalladr

«The Guardian»: «Yaël Eisenstadt: ‘ Facebook is ripe for manipulation and viral misinformation’» by Ian Tucker

«The Guardian»: «Trump can’t shift public attention from Coronavirus to the streets of America» by Robert Reich

«The Guardian»: «20 must-see documentaries to explain the world in 2020» by Guy Lodge

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: Is Kanye West seriously running for president?»

«The Guardian»: «The loneliest road trip: travels through an empty America – in pictures» by Arnaud Montagard

«The Guardian»: «How coronavirus is reshaping Europe’s tourism hotspots» by Stephen Burger & Angela Giufridda

«The Guardian»: «Heads up! Inside the year’s best photobooks – in pictures»

«The Atlantic»: «Trump Is Determined to Split the Country in Two» by Ron Brownstein

«The Atlantic»: «Donald Trump Is a Broken Man» by Peter Wehner

«The Atlantic»: «The Prophecies of Q» by Adrienne LaFrance

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Technology: How a Star Professor Built a Distance-Learning Empire» by Eren Orbey

«The New Yorker»: «Medical Dispatch: Three Ways of Looking at Children and the Coronovirus» by Rachel Person

«The New Yorker»: «The Rise and Fall of Cesar Chavez» by Nathan Heller

«The New Yorker»: «John Lewis’s Legacy and America’s Redemption» by David Remnick

«The New Yorker»: «Trump’s Mental Health Is a Test for America» by Susan B. Glasser

«The New York Times»: «America Looks Hopelessly Broke. It Isn’t» by Farhad Manjoo

«The New York Times»: «When China Met Iran» by Michael Singh

«The New York Times»: «Coronavirus Threatens the Luster of Superstar Cities» by Eduardo Porter

«The New York Times»: «‘Putin’s People’ Documents the Ruthless and Relentless Reach of Kremlin Corruption» by Jennifer Szalai

«The New York Times»: «The Great Au Pair Rush » by Jordan Salama

«The New York Times»: «Elon Musk, Blasting Off in Domestic Bliss» by Maureen Dowd

«The New York Times»: «Why Can’t Trump’s America Be Like Italy?» by Paul Krugman

«The New York Times»: «’Person. Woman. Man. Camera. TV’ Didn’t Mean What Trump Hoped It Would» by Peter Baker

«The New York Times»: «American Catastrophe Through German Eyes» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «Gobal Warming Is Driving Polar Bears Toward Extinction» by Henry Fountain

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Teenagers at the End of the World» by Brooke Jarvis

«The New York Times Magazine»: «What’s Going On Inside the Fearsome Thunderstorms of Córdoba Province?» by Noah Gallagher Shannon

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Learning from the Kariba Dam» by Namwall Serpell

«ProPublica»: «Climate Change: Where Will Everyone Go?» by Abrahm Lustgarten (text) & Meridith Kohut (photographs)

«The Washington Post»: «American exceptionalism was our preexisting condition» by Dan Zak

«The Washington Post»: «‘We Can’t Go Back to Normal’» by The Washington Post Staff

«The Washington Post Magazine»: «Designing to Survive» by Philip Kennicott

«The Intercept»: «Weak State: How the Coronavirus Pandemic Exposed America’s Dysfunctional Democracy»

«Columbia Journalism Review»: «What John Lewis Can Teach the Press» by Jon Allsop

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

«The New Yorker»: «How Can the Press Best Serve a Democratic Society?» by Michael Luo

«The New Yorker»: «How Pandemics Wreak Havoc – and Open Minds» by Lawrence Wright

«The New Yorker»: «The High-Finance Mogul in Charge of Our Economic Recovery» by Sheelah Kolhatkar

«The New Yorker»: «The Innovation of the Police» by Jill Lepore

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Technology: Planning a Space Mission» by  David W. Brown

«The New Yorker»: «What Is Distance Learning For?» by Keith Gessen

«The New York Times»: «John Lewis, Towering Figure of Civil Rights Era, Dies at 80» by Katharaine Q. Seelye

«The New York Times»: «John Lewis Risked His Life for Justice» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times»: «While America Looks Away, Autocrats Crack Down on Digital News Sites» by Ben Smith

«The New York Times»: «Are We Overreacting to Climate Change?» by Joseph Stieglitz

«The New York Times»: «Battle in the Himalayas» by Jin Wu & Steven Lee Myers

«The New York Times»: «How the United Arab Emirates Sets Its Sights on Mars» by Kenneth Chang

«The New York Times»: «10 Theses About Cancel Culture» by Ross Douthat

«The New York Times»: «Even If the Polls Are Really Off, President Rump Is Still in Trouble» by Nate Cohn

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Oliver Stone Thinks Hollywood Has Gone Crazy» by David Marchese

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Colin Powell Still Wants Answers» by Robert Draper

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Why We’re Losing the Battle With Covid-19» by Jeneen Interlandi

«Foreign Affairs»: «Is China Done Bidding Its Time?» by Kurt M. Campell & Mira Rapp-Hooper

«Foreign Affairs»: «The Pandemic’s Toll on Women» by Melinda Gates

«The Guardian»: «Boris Johnson knows how to win. To survive a second year he must learn to govern» by Stephen Busch

«The Guardian»: «The long read - ‘Mama Boko Haram’: one woman’s extraordinary mission to rescue ‘her boys’ from terrorism» by Chikah Oduah

«The Guardian»: «The Long read – how Nespresso’s coffee revolution got ground down» by Ed Cumming

«The Guardian»: «The long read - Bild, Merkel and the culture wars: the inside story of Germany’s biggest tabloid» by Thomas Meany

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: Who is Ghislaine Maxwell and does she hold the key to justice for Epstein’s victims?» 

«The Guardian»: «Culture in the Third Reich by Moritz Föllmer review – when fascism stole the show» by Anne McElvoy

«The Guardian»: «Artlords, not warlords – how Kabul’s artistst battle for the streets» by Steanie Glinski

«The Guardian»: «New horizons: the living landscapes of Don McCullin»

«The Guardian»: «Future faces: meet the next generation of Magnum photographers» by Yael Martinez

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: The end of tourism?»

«The Guardian»: «’The guy stinks and he’s a racist’: Anthony Scaramucci on Donald Trump» by David Smith

«The Guardian»: «Eight go mad in Arizona: how a lockdown experiment went horribly wrong» by Steve Rose

«The Washington Post»: «President Trump has made more than 20'000 false or misleading statements» by Glen Kessler, Salavator Rizzo & Meg Kelly

«The Washington Post»: «The weird masculinity of Donald Trump» by Monica Hesse

«Rolling Stone»: «The Plot Against America. The GOP’s Plan to Suppress the Vote and Sabotage the Election» by Andy Kroll

«The Intercept»: «Political Correctness Is Destroying America (Just Not How You Think» by Jon Schwatz

..........Kalenderwoche 30..........

«The Guardian»: «Genocide denials gain ground 25 years after Srrenica massacre» by Shaun Walker

«The Guardian»: «I prosecuted Srebrenica war criminals, but others are still walking free» by Serge Brammertz

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: What would annexation of parts of the Westbank mean for Palestinians?»

«The Guardian»: «China’s Great Firewall descends on internet users» by Lily Kuo

«The Guardian»: «Hagia Sophia is too complex for Erdogan’s cleansing» by Kenan Malik

«The Guardian»: « ‘We don’t want her to be remebered as a victim’: Kim Wall’s parents on telling her story» by Caterina Clerici

«The Guardian»: «Rowling, Rushdie and Atwood warn against ‘intolerance’ in open letter» by Alison Flood

«The Guardian»: «Is free speech under threat from ‘cancel culture’? Four witers respond» by Nesrine Malik, Jonathan Freedland, Zoe Williams & Samuel Moyn

«The Guardian: «Trump’s Mount Rushmore speech was a grim reminder of his re-election stategy» by Nathan Robinson

«The Guardian»: «The future of food: inside the world’s largest urban farm – built on a rooftop» by Jon Henley

«The Guardian»: «Young at heart: a journey into America’s subconscious – in pictures » by George Elsasser

«The Guardian»: «Adored like Ali: Why Roger Federer is the champion of the world – in a tiebreak» by Kevin Mitchell

«The Guardian»: «Top 10 books about tumultuous times» by Matthew Knealy

«The Observer»: «’His hatred is infectious’: Tucker Carlson, Trump’s heir apparent und 2024 candidate?» by Tom McCarthy

«The Observer»: «Interview – Anne Applebaum: How my old friends paved the way for Trump and Brexit» by Nick Cohen

«The New Yorker»: «Trump, Twitter, Facebook, and the Future of Online Speak» by Anna Wiener

«The New Yorker»: «The Future of Democracy : Can Our Ballots Both Be Secret and Secure?» by Sue Halpern

«The New York Times»: «Tucker Carlson Doesn’t Know What Patriotism Is» by Tammy Duckworth

«The New York Times»: «The Last Reporter in Town Had One Question for his Rich Boss» by Dan Barry & Haruka Sakaguchi (photographs and video)

«The New York Times» : «Erdogan Signs Decree Allowing Hagia Sophia to Be Used as a Mosque Again » by Carlotta Gall

«The New York Times»: «It’s 2022. What Does Life Look Like?» by David Leonhard

«The New York Times»: «In Latin America, the Pandemic Threatens Equality Like Never Before» by Julie Turkewitz, Sofia Villamil (text) & Frederico Rios (photographs)

«The New York Times»: «How the Coronavirus Has Changed Air Travel: A Visual Diary of a Flight» by Moris Moreno

«The New York Times»: «The Inside Story of Why Mary Trump Wrote a Tell-All Memoir» by Alan Feuer, Michael Rothfeld & Maggie Haberman

«The New York Times»: «How America Lost the War on Covid-19» by Paul Krugman

«The New York Times»: «America Needs Some Repairs. Here’s Where to Start» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Fiction: When Reality Is Surreal, Only Fiction Can Make Sense of It» by several authors

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Scandal of Our Drug Supply » by Daniel J. Kevles

«The New York Review of Books»: «How to Fix Child Poverty» by Jason DeParle

«The Baffler»: «Waste Away: Beirut’s broken sewage sytem » by Lina Mounzer

«The Washington Post»: «Within the Taliban, clashing views of Afghanistan’s future» by Suzanna George & Aziz Tassal

«The Washington Post»: «Nine black artists reflect on the question : ‘Is America at a point of reckoning?’» by Washington Post Staff

«The Washington Post»: «What is ‘good photography’?» by Kenneth Dickerman

«The Washington Post»: «Photography: Surviving on, and maybe losing, a contested land» by Kobi Wolf

«The Washington Post Magazine»: «Goodbye to the Hometown Paper» by Margaret Sullivan


Die Redaktion von prüft alle Kommentare vor der Veröffentlichung. Ehrverletzende, rassistische oder anderweitig gegen geltendes Recht verstossende Äusserungen zu verbreiten, ist uns verboten. Da wir presserechtlich auch für Weblinks verantwortlich sind, löschen wir diese im Zweifelsfall. Unpubliziert bleiben ausserdem sämtliche Kommentare, die sich nicht konkret auf den Inhalt des entsprechenden Artikels oder eines bereits aufgeschalteten Leserkommentars beziehen. Im Interesse einer für die Leserschaft attraktiven, sachlichen und zivilisierten Diskussion lassen wir aggressive oder repetitive Statements nicht zu. Über Entscheide der Redaktion führen wir keine Korrespondenz.

Ich schaetze diese Kolumne sehr, vermisse jedoch Hinweise auf weitere lesenswerte Artikel in Vox ( und Politico ( Als Auslandschweizer informiere ich mich gerne auch in diesen Medien.

SRF Archiv

Newsletter kostenlos abonnieren

«Belarus - ein Modell unserer Zukunft»

Reinhard Meier: Die belarussische Nobelpreisträgerin Swetlana Aleksijewitsch hat die russischen «Brüder» um Solidarität mit ihrem Volk gebeten. Die russische Schriftstellerin Ljudmila Ulitzkaja antwortete, Belarus sei ein «Modell unserer nahen Zukunft». Mehr…