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Von Ignaz Staub, 02.06.2019

Berichte in angelsächsischen Medien, ausgewählt von Ignaz Staub

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«The New York Times»: «Mueller Delivered a Message. Washington Couldn’t Agree On What It was» by Peter Baker

«The New York Times»: «Robert de Niro : Robert Mueller, We Need to Hear More» by Robert di Niro»

«The New York Times»: «Mueller Played by the Rules. Trump Made New Ones» by Mark Mazzeti n& Katie Benner

«The New York Times»: «’It Was Like a Zoo’: Death on an Unruly, Overcrowded Everest» by Kai Schultz, Jeffrery Gettleman, Mujib Mashal & Bhadra Sharma

«The New York Times»: «These Are the Victims of a Deadly Climbing Season on Mount Everest» by Karen Zraick & Derrick Bryson Taylor

«The New York Times»: «A Latter-day Lawrence of Arabia Shakes Up Britain’s Tories» by Ellen Barry

«The New York Times» : « Netanyahu Won the Election. Why Is Israel Doing it Over?» by Shmuel Rosner

«The New York Times»: «What You Need to Know About Israel’s New Election» by Megan Specia

«The New York Times»: «The Old Scourge of Anti-Semitism Rises Anew in Europe» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times»: «Don’t Let Nationalists Speak for the Nation» by Jill Lepore

«The New Yorker»: «Annals of Parenthood: Parenting by the Numbers» by Lizzie Widdicombe

«The New Yorker»: «Onward and Upwards with the Arts: Antonio Salieri’s Revevenge» by Alex Ross

«The New Yorker»: «A Reporter At Large ;: How Football Leaks Is Exposing Corruption in European Soccer» by Sam Knight

«The New York Review of Books»: «China’s ‘Black Week-end» by Ian Johnson

«The New York Review of Books» : «ISIS: Resilient, Adaptable, Decentralized» by Michal Weiss

«The Washington Post»: «My Grandfather’s Secret D-Day Journal» by Barry Svrluga

«The Washington Post»: «Podcast - The Great Forgetting: How China erased the Tiananmen Square massacre»

«The Washington Post»: «The press must do better» by Jennifer Rubin

«The Washington Post»: «Netanyahu was Trump before Trump» by Richard Cohen

«The Washington Post»: «I don’t recognize America any more. I have a way out» by Ted Gup

«The Guardian» : «Chaos, hope, change: stories from 70 years of the People’s Republic of China» by Lily Kuo

«The Guardian»:  «Europeans used to ignore their paliament. Not any longer» by Caroline de Gruyter

«The Guardian» : «Amish on holiday – photo essay » by Dina Litovsky

«The Guardian»: «Isis wife and alleged Kayla Mueller jailer: ‘Our husbands became like wild animals’» by Martin Chulov

«London Review of Books» : «How to Get Screwed» by David Runciman

“Rolling Stone”: “Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez Wants the Country to Think Big” by Alex Morris

“n+1”: “The Simple Pleasures of David Hockney” by Roger White

“Various Enthusiasms”: “The Sicario” by Charles Bowden

“The Lily”: “I’m saying goodbye to New York City. Here are the 7 places I’ll miss” by Xian Gu

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

«The New York Times»: «In Baltimore and Beyond, A Stolen N.S.A. Tool Wreaks Havoc» by Nicole Perlroth & Scott Shane

«The New York Times» : «How Narendra Modi Seduced India With Envy and Hate» by Pankaj Mishra

«The New York Times»: «How Trump Wins Next Year» by Bret Stephens

«The New York Times»: «Trump Doesn’t Want Peace. He Wants Palestinian Surrender» by Saeb Erekat

«The New York Times» : «China’s Orwellian War on Religion » by Nicholas Kristof

«The New York Times»: «Britain on the Brink of Boris Johnson and Chaos» by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times»: «Is Italy’s Front-Runner a Marshmellow?» by Bepe Servergnini

«The New York Times» : «Steady As He Goes : Roger Federer on Success, Staying Power and 20 Years at the French Open» by Christopher Clarey

«The New York Times»: «Books: Globetrotting»

«The New York Times Magazine»: «How ‘The View’ Became the Most Important Political TV Show in America»  by Amanda Fitzsimons

«The New York Times Magazine» : «How Data (and Some Breathtaking Soccer) Brought Liverpool to the Cusp of Glory» by Bruce Schoenfeld

«The New York Times Magazine» : «The New German Anti-Semitism» by James Angelos

«The New Yorker»: «The Undercover Fascist» by Ed Caesar

«The New Yorker»: «Books: The Troubled History of Psychiatry» by Jerome Groopman

«The New Yorker»: «Does Trump Have an Off-Ramp On Iran?» by Robin Wright

«The New York Review of Books»: «A Reporting Life in Latin America» by Alma Guillermoprieto

«The New York Review of Books»: «ISIS: Resilient, Adaptable, Decentralized» by Michal Weiss

"The New York Review of Books»: «Richard Holbrooke The Price of Ambition» by Thomas Powers

«The Washington Post»: «This is how easily the U.S. and Iran could blunder into war» by Colin H. Kahl

«The Washington Post» : «The Trump-Kushner peace plan looks doomed already» by Ishaan Tharoor

«The Washington Post» : «Rashida Tlaib’s critics have Palestinian history all wrong» by Maha Nassar

«The Washington Post»: «A stunning case of European hypocrisy» by David Ignatius

«The Atlantic»: «The Impossible Future of Christians in the Middle East» by Emma Green

«The Atlantic»: «The Merkel Model» by Kati Marton

«The Guardian»: «’What they did to me was so horrific’: brutal silencing of a Saudi feminist» by Ruth Michaelson

«The Guardian»: «Indicting a journalist? What the new charges against Julian Assange mean for free speech» by Julian Borger

«The Guardian»: «Trump v Pelosi: how a ‘stable genius’ president met his match» by Ed Pilkongton

«The Guardian»: «Feel no pity for Theresa May. She has been the worst prime minister in modern times» by Owen Jones

«The Guardian»: «Anne Frank: the real story oft he girl behind the diary» by Bart van Es

«The Guardian» : «What if we covered the climate crisis like the start of the second world war?» by Bill Moyers

«The Guardian»: «Capitalism used to promise a better future. Can it still do that?» by Richard Reeves

«The Guardian»: «Documentary: The Hour of Lynching»

«The Observer»: «Is BBC News Broken? And if so, how do we fix it?» by Gaby Hinsliff

«The Observer»: «My great-uncles’ war:how my German-British marriage linked to wartime tragedies» by Stefanie Bolzen

«London Review of Books»: «Trauma and Justice in South Africa» by Jacqueline Rose

«Columbia Journalism Review»: «What the press gets wrong on the US-Iran relationship» by Andrew Lee Butters

..........Kalwenderwoche 20..........

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Is Facebook spying on you?”

«The Guardian» : «How ethical is it for advertisers to target your mood?» by Emily Bell

«The Guardian» : «India is voting: will Mode win the world’s biggest election?»

«The Guardian»: «Could abortion become illegal in America? All signs point to yes» by B Jeesie Hill

«The Observer» : «Nothing but the truth: the legacy of George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four» by Dorian Linskey

«The Observer» : «Naomi Wolf : ‘We’re in a fight for our lives and for democracy» by Rachel Cooke (interview)

«The Guardian» : «Yemeni poetry thrives despite trauma of civil war» by Bethan McKernan

«The Independent» : «Western states are all to happy to avoid culpability for war crimes» by Robert Fisk

«The Independent» : «Are we finally being close to fixing the problem of photgraphy’s gender balance?» by Suze Olbrich

«The Independent»: «Elizabeth Warren has a plan for everything. But running for president wasn’t always on the to-do list» by Clark Mindock

«The Intercept»: «Four simple steps the U.S. media could take to prevent a Trump war with Iran» by Medi Hasan

«The Intercept»: «The Espionage Axe: Donald Trump and the War against a Free Press»

«The Intercept»: «Turkey: The Second Drone Age» by Umar Farooq

«The Intercept» : « A War Reporter Covers ‘The End of Ice’ -  And It Will Change the Way You Think about Climate Catastrophe» by Elise Swain

«The New York Times» : «A Visit to the Unfathomable Past of Auschwitz» by Ralph Blumenthal

«The New York Times»: «Don’t visit your doctor in the afternoon» by Jeffrey A. Linder

«The New York Times»: «India’s Women Still Struggle in World’s Larget Democracy» by Mujib Mashal & Suhasini Raj

«The New York Times»: «Documenting Climate Change by Air, Land & Sea» by Josh Haner (photographs) & James Estrin (interview)

«The New York Times» : « Doris Day, Movie Star who Charmed America, Dies at 97» by Aljean Harmetz

«The New York Times Magazine» : «Primal Fear: Can Monkeys Help Unlock the Secrets of Trauma?» by Luke Dittich

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Was It an Invisible Attack on U.S. Diplomats, or Something Stranger» by Dan Hurley

«The New York Times Magazine»: «The Pleasure of Watching Other People Confront Their Own Incompetence» by Dan Brooks

«The New Yorker»: «Brave New World Dept.: Can We Live Longer, but Stay Younger?» by Adam Gopnik

«The New Yorker»: «A Critic at Large: Confessions of a Presidential Candidate» by Jill Lepore

«The New Yorker» : «Is Trump Yet Another U.S. President Provoking a War?» by Robin Wright

«The Washington Post»: «A conflict with Iran would not be like the Iraq war. It would be worse» by Adam Taylor

«The Washington Post» : «Rural hospitals: ‘Who’s going to take care of these people?» by Eli Saslow (story) & Michael S. Williamson (photos) «The Washington Post»: «Florida: The Comeback Coast» by Christian Davenport (story), Jonathan Newton & Whitney Sheftne and Whitney Leaming

“The Washington Post”: “Five myths about whistleblowers” by Dana Gold

«The Washington Post Magazine»: «What Do Native Americans Want from a President?» by David Montgomery (story) & Katherine Frey (photos)

«Deadspin»: «The Night the Lights Went Out» by Drew Magary

«Tablet» : «Shadow Strike» by Yaakov Katz

«The Walrus»: «When Men Lose to Women» by Leyland Cecco

«Wired»: «Grumpy Cat’s Death Marks the End of the Joyful Internet» by Angela Watercutter

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

«The New York Times»: «Inside Syria’s Secret Torture Prisons: How Bashar al-Assa Crushed Dissent» by Anne Barnard

«The New York Times»: «Where ISIS Ruled in Syria, Fear and Uncertainty Reign» by Ben Hubbard & Ivor Prickett (photographs and video)

«The New York Times»: «It’s time to break up Facebook» by Chris Hughes

«The New York Times»: «Chris Hughes’s Call to Break up Facebook: 5 Takeaways» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times»: «How to Defeat Trump» by Thomas L. Friedman

«The New York Times»: «Why You Should Start Binge-Reading Right Now» by Ben Dolnick

«The New York Times»: «Civilization Is Accelerating Extinction and Altering the Natural World at a Pace ‘Unprecedented in Human History’» by Brad Plumer

«The New York Times»: «’Her Royal Highness and the Baby Are Both Doing Well’» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times»: «Inside Gang Territory in Honduras: ‘Either They Kill Us or We Kill Them’» by Azam Ahmed (story) & Tylor Hicks (photographs)

"The New Yoker»: «Life and Letters : A Village Doctor’s Literary Calling» by Joshua Jaffa

«The New Yorker» : «Dept. Of Public Health: Is Noise Pollution the Next Big Public-Health Crisis? » by David Owen

«The New Yorker» : «Who Owns South Africa?» by Ariel Levy

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Digital Threat to a Human Future» by Timothy Snyder

«The New York Review of Books»: «Lost Calcutta» by Maya Jasenoff

«The Washington Post»: «Iran’s Spiritual Power Play» by Erin Cunningham, Mustafa Salim (story) & Emilienne Malfato (photos)

«The Washington Post»: «Why I support reparations for Donald Trump» by Dana Milbank

«The Washington Post»: «Netanyahu and Hamas lock into a cycle of violence» by Ishaan Tharoor

«The Atlantic»: «An Internet for Kids» by Conor Friedersdorf

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: The New Space Race»

«The Guardian»: «The long read – The price of plenty : how beef changed America» by Joshua Specht

«The Guardian» : «The caliphate is gone, but Islamic Stae has a new plan» by Nicolas Hénin

«The Guardian»: «‘It’s been killing us for 50 years’: residents on living in Cancer Town» by Oliver Laughland & Jamiles Lartey

«The Guardian» : «Inside Facebook’s war room: the batlle to protect EU elections» by Emma Graham-Harrison

«The Guardian»: «Mark Zuckerberg has to go. Here are 25 reasons why» by Evan Greer

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

«The Guardian»: «What is the European parliament and do the elections matter?» by Jennifer Rankin

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

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

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

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

«Carnegie Europe»: «What are Europe’s biggest problems?» by Tomas Valasek

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

«topic Magazine» : «Pull Over, I’m Having a Baby » by Keri Bertino (words) & Araki Koman (illustrations)

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

«The Guardian»: «The long read: How the news took over reality» by Oliver Burkeman

«The Guardian»: «The long read: Why we are addicted to conspiracy theories» by Anna Merlan

«The Guardian»: «’I don’t want to overdose and die’: one woman’s death, one country’s shame» by Chris McGreal

«The Guardian»: «Time to impeach: Headache for Democrats over how to take on Trump» by Lauren Gambino

«The Guardian»: «DNA search angels. The Facebook ‘detectives’ who help reunite families» by Oscar Schwartz

«The Guardian»: «Podcast: How worried should we be about Huawei?»

«The Guardian»: «The long read: Busting the myth that depression doesn’t affect people in poor countries» by Tina Rosenberg

«The Guardian»: «Sinking city: how Venice is managing Europe’s worst tourism crisis» by Paula Hardy

«The Guardian»: «’This is historic’: How Hipsey Hussle’s death inspired peace talks among rival L.A. gangs» by Sam Levin     

«The Guardian»: «San Diego terrorist attack was a reminder that anti-semitism is alive and deadly» by Cas Mudde

«The Observer»: «Russia’s great firewall: is it meant to keep information in – or out?» by Andrew Roth

“The Atlantic”: “The End of the American Century” by George Packer

“The Atlantic”: “What a Year in Space Did to Scott Kelly” by Marina Koren

«The Atlantic»: «What ISIS Did to My Village» by Hassan Hassan

«The New Yorker»: «Dept. Of Justice: Michael Cohen’s Last Days of Freedom» by Jeffrey Toobin

«The New Yorker»: «Personal History: My Childhood in a Cult» by Guinevere Turner

«The New Yorker»: «Profiles: John Bolton on the Warpath» by Dexter Filkins

«The New Yorker»: «The Terrifying Potential of the 5G Network» by Sue Halpern

«The New York Times»: «Europe’s Crisis of Integration» by Ian Kershaw

«The New York Times»: «A Rising Tide of Anti-Semitism» by The Editorial Board

«The New York Times» : «The Forbidding Reputation and Hypnotic Scenery of the Devil’s Highway» by Michael Benanav

«The New York Times»: «At War: The Price of the Artist’s Work? A Conversation about the Horrors of War» by C. J. Chivers

«The New York Times»: «James Comey: How Trump Co-Opts Leaders Like Bill Barr» by James Comey

«The New York Times»: «How Do Yo Save a Million People from a Cyclone ? Ask a Poor State in India» by Hari Kumar, Jeffrey Gettleman & Sameer Yasir

«The New York Times Magazine» : «How to Prepare Yourself for Space» by Mailia Wollan

«The New York Review of Books»: «A Different Kind of Emergency» by Jonathan Stevenson

“The New York Review of Books”: “One Year of Gaza Protests. A New Era of Palestinian Struggle” by Tareq Baconi

«The Washington Post»: «Sri Lanka shows the deadly reach of the Islamic State» by Ishaan Tharoor

«The Washington Post» : «President Trump has made more than 10'000 false or misleading claims» by Glen Kessler, Salvator Rizzo & Meg Kelly

«The Washington Post Magazine»: «The Case of the Stolen Ruby Slippers» by Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson (story), Caroline Yang (photos) & Jan Feindt (illustration)

“Rolling Stone”: “The Pentagon’s Bottomless Money-Pit” by Matt Taibbi

«Rolling Stone»: «Is Joe Biden ‘Electable’? Or Not? Thank God, Nobody Seems to Know» by Matt Taibbi

“The Walrus”: “The Loneliness of Infertility” by Alexandra Kimball (text) & Fred Huenig (photography)

..........Kalenderwoche 17............

«The New York Times» : «Two Super-Rich Families Ended Up on Opposite Sides of Easter Attack» by Jeffrey Gettleman, Kai Schultz, Mujib Mashal & Russell Goldman

«The New York Times»: «The Rich Kid Revolutionaries» by Rachel Sherman

«The New York Times» : «An Israeli Shot Me, an Israeli Healed Me» by Yousef Bashir

 «The New York Times»: «Can Humans Help Trees Outrun Climate Change?» by Moises Velasquez-Manoff & Andrew Khosravani (illustrations)

«The New York Times»: «Is Obstruction an Impeachable offense? History Says Yes» by Adam Liptak

«The New York Times»: «The Hidden Faimily Dynamic in a Military Coup» by Declan Walsh

«The New York Times»: «Joe Biden Announces 2020 Run for President» by Alexander Burns

«The New York Times»: «Biden Joins the Really Big Crowd» by Gail Collins

“The New York Times”: “Podcast: “The Moral Complexities of Working with Julian Assange” by Michael Barbara

«The New York Times»: «‘Hockey in Heaven’» by Hilary Swift (photographs & text)

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Meet the Other Restistance. The Republican One» by Marc Leibovich

«The New York Times Magazine»: «Australia Is Deadly Serious About Killing Millions of Cats» by Jessica Camille Aguirre

«The New Yorker»: «Books: John Hersey and the Art of Fact» by Nicholas Leman

«The New Yorker»: «What It Takes to Put Your Phone Away» by Jia Tolentino

«The New Yorker»: «Our Far-Flung Correspondents: Chasing the Aurora Borealis» by James Lasdun

«The New Yorker»: «A Reporter At Large : The Airbnb Invasion of Barcelona» by Rebecca Mead

«The New Yorker» : «The Hustlers and Swindlers of the Mueller Report» by Masha Gessen

«The New York Review of Books»: «The Yanomami’s Last Struggle» by Alma Guillermopreto

«The Washington Post»: «South Africa’s apartheid regime ended 25 years ago» by Evan Lieberman

«The Washington Post»: «Five things to know about impeachment» by David Farenthold

«The Washington Post»: «Hillary Clinton: Mueller documented a serious crime against all Americans. Here’s how to respond» by Hillary Clinton

«The Washington Post»: «America is borrowing form the future. It’s decadent» by George F. Will

«The Washington Post»: «Sri Lankan attackers were ‘well-educated’. Suicide bombers tend to be, experts say» by Soibhán O’Grady

“The Guardian”: “Undercover: female football fans in Iran” by Forough Alaei

«The Guardian»: «Macron’s right-hand woman: ‘He doesn’t need another flatterer» by Angelique Chrisafis

«The Guardian» : «Longreads: How I fell in love with ancient Egypt» by Peter Hessler

«The Observer»: «Serial Thrillers: the science behind our box set addiction » by Will Storr

«The Observer»: «What happens to our data when we die?» by Ian Tucker

«The Independent»: «What past civil wars tell us about Syria today» by Robert Fisk

«London Review of Books»: «Trump’s America, Netanyahu’s Israel» by Adam Shatz

“The Atlantic”: “The End of the American Century” by George Packer

«The New Republic» : «The Canonization of Richard Holbrooke» by Thomas Meany

«Longreads»: «Rewriting a Symphony in Stone» by Summer Brennan

"Columbia Journalism Review»: «The Visual Power of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez» by Michael Shaw

«The Nation» : «What’s It like to Run the Arctic’s Alt-Weekly Newspaper» by Atossa Araxia Abrahamian

«The Atlantic» : «The European Press Corps Cannot Cover the EU» by James Kanter

..........Kalenderwoche 16..........

«The New York Times» : «The Tragic Familarity of the Sri Lanka Bombings» by Randy Boyagoda

«The New York Times»: «Religious Minorities Across Asia Suffer Amid Surge in Sectarian Policies» by Hannah Beech, Dharisha Bastians & Kai Schulz

“The New York Times”: “A Cathedral for a Fragile Age” by Roger Cohen

«The New York Times» : «For Palestinian Families, ‘No Light at the Ende of the Tunnel» by David M. Halbfinger & Miriam Berger

“The New York Times”: “Anti-Zionists Deserve Free Speech” by Michele Goldberg

«The New York Times»: «The Ego Maniac in the Oval Office Is ‘Exonorated’» by Maureen Dowd

“The New York Times”: “The Mueller Report Is 448 Pages Long. You Need to Know These 7 Key Things” by Matt Apuzzo & Adam Goldman

“The New York Times”: “Barr Is Right About Everything. Admit You Were Wrong” by Christopher Buskirk

“The New York Times”: “A Portrait of the White House and Its Culture of Dishonesty” by Peter Baker & Maggie Haberman

“The New York Times”: “Bauhaus at 100” by Jade-Snow Joachim, Alex Marshall, Josephine Sedgwick & Eden Weingart

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Melinda Gates on Tech Innovation, Global Health, and Her Own Privilege” by David Marchese

“The New Yorker”: “American Chronicles: What’s New About Conspiracy Theories?” by Elizabeth Kolbert

“The New Yorker”: “The Trump-Netanyahu Alliance” by David Remnick

“The New York Review of Books”: “Saul Steinberg: A Mind in Line” by Joel Smith

“The New York Review of Books”: The Root of Trumpian Agitprop” by Todd Gitlin

“The New York Review of Books”: “In Praise of Public Libraries” by Sue Halpern

“The Washington Post”: “The Fall of Notre Dame is a body blow to Paris and all it represents” by James McAuley

“The Washington Post”: “Rebuilding Notre Dame: The Next Steps for Paris’ Famous Cathedral” by Brittany Renee Mayes, Aaron Steckelberg & Lauren

«The Washington Post»: «What Attorney General Barr said vs. what the Mueller report said» by Salvador Rizzo

«The Washington Post»: «Mueller report paints a damning portrait of the Trump presidency» by Dan Balz

«The Washington Post»: «The Mueller report ist the opposite of exoneration» by Editorial Board

“The Washington Post”: “New report paints a grim picture of global press freedom” by Jason Rezaian

“The Atlantic”: “Inside Ivanka’s Dreamworld” by Elaine Plott

«The Atlantic»: «The Truth About Dentistry» by Ferris Jabr

«The Atlantic»: «Ilhan Omar’s Deeply American Message» by Peter Beinart

«The Guardian»: «Teflon Don: how Trump the mafia boss fought the law…and won» by David Smith

«The Guardian»: «The Mueller report shows that bad guys who play dirty, like Trump always win» by Jonathan Freedland

«The Guardian»: «Trump and impeachment: where Democrats stand after Muller» by Amanda Holpuch

«The Guardian»: «The Guardian view on Lyra McKee’s murder: she should have been the future» by Editorial

“The Guardian”: “The long read: China’s hi-tech war on its Muslim minority” by Darren Byler

«The Observer»: «Robert Caro: "The more facts you collect, the closer you come to the truth» by Rachel Cooke

«The Observer» : «Lyra McKee killing: Why Derry never saw a peace dividend» by Rory Carroll

«The Observer»: «Have hen will travel: the man who sailed around the world with a chicken» by Emma Beddingtin

“The Independent”: “No more excuses – Israeli voters have chosen a country that will mirror the brutal regimes of its Arab neighbours” by Robert Fisk

“The Intercept”: ”Livestream: The Intercept’s Anniversary – Five Years of Fearless, Adversarial Journalism”

“Carnegie Endowment”: “Sada Debate: Four Years of War in Yemen”

..........Kalenderwoche 15..........

“The Guardian”: “Fake birds and curious cows: an alternative view of Switzerland – in pictures” by Didier Ruef

“The Guardian”: “Brexit is just one front in Europe’s battle for its soul” by Timothy Garton Ash

“The Guardian”: “The seven-year itch: Assange’s awkward stay at the embassy” by Ester Addley

“The Guardian”: “The 50 best songs about Europe – ranked!” by Michael Hann

“The Guardian”: “Mexico battles over legacy of revolutionary Emiliano Zapata” by David Agren

“The Guardian”: “Palestinians eye Israel’s election: ‘People could make peace…the problem is politicians'” by Donald Macintyre

“The Guardian”: “World leaders ignore David Attenborough at their peril” by Larry Elliott

“The Guardian”: “The World Press Photo Contest 2019 – the winning pictures”

“The Guardian”: “Ilhan Omar has become the target of a dangerous hate campaign” by Moustafa  Bayoumi

“The Observer”: “Sudan and Algeria have ousted leader, but revolutions rarely end happily” by Simon Tisdall

“The Observer”: “The model turned shepherd and Green activist” by Tim Adams

“Longreads”: “The American Worth Ethic” by Bryce Covert

“Longreads”: “The Politics of UFOs” by Anna Merlan

“The Atlantic”: “There’s no substitute for print” by Andrew Ferguson

“The Washington Post”: “Switzerland wants to declare coffee non-essential for human survival. But the real story is even more dire” by Rick Noack

“The Washington Post”: “Israel’s election has made a path to a two-state solution even rockier” by E. J. Dionne

“The Washington Post”: “Is Julian Assange a journalist, or just an accused thief?” by David Ignatius

“The Washington Post”: “Partnering with Assange was unpleasant. But work like his is crucial” by Alan Rusbridger

“The Washington Post”: “David Attenborough gave the natural world a voice. Now he’s talking about climate change like never before” by Brady Dennis

“The Washington Post”: “Five myths about psychology” by Stephen Ilardi

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “These Books Spark Joy” by Amanda Long

“The New York Times”: “The Privacy Project”

“The New York Times”: “Bibi Trump and Donald Netanyahu” by Thomas L. Friedman

“The New York Times”: “Israel’s Lessons for the Democrats in 2010” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “It’s Netanyahu’s Israel Now” by David M. Halbfinger

“The New York Times”: “Why Israel Still Loves Netanyahu” by Shmuel Rosner

“The New York Times”: “What It Takes to Pull Off India’s Gargantuan Election” by Russell Goldman

“The New York Times”: “Scott Kelly Spent a Year Taking Photos in Space. They’re Beautiful” by Scott Kelly (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “Xinjiang Journal: How China Turned a City into a Prison” by Christ Buckley, Paul Mozur & Austin Ramzy

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Problem with Putting a Price on the End of the World” by David Leonhardt

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Next Reckoning: Capitalism and Climate Change” by Nathaniel Rich

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History: What Cancer Takes Away” by Anne Boyer

“The New Yorker”: “What Do the Church’s Victims Deserve” by Paul Elie

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Age of Robot Farmers” by John Seabrook

“The New Yorker”: “Books: Who Belongs in Prison?” by Adam Gopnik

“BuzzFeed News”: “Old, Online and Fed on Lies: How an Aging Population Will Reshape the Internet” by Craig Silverman

“The Verge”: “The Golden Age of YouTube Is Over” by Julia Alexander

“Foreign Affairs”: “The Modi Mirage” by Gurcharan Das

“NiemanLab”: “Where Does Journalism End and Activism Begin?” by Michael Blending

..........Kalenderwoche 14..........

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Rupert Murdoch’s Empire of Influence Remade the World” by Jonathan Mahler & Jim Rutenberg

“The New York Times”: “The House Must See the Whole Mueller Report” by Jerrold L. Nadler

“The New York Times”: “A New Egyptian Powerplay” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “A Political Earthquake as Erdogan’s Party Loses in His Home Base of His Support” by Carlotta Gall

“The New York Times”: “One Day There May Be a Drug to Turbocharge Your Brain. Who Should Get It?” by Carl Zimmer

“The New York Times”: “Some of the Weirdest Stories That Ever Appeared in the Times”

“The New York Times”: “Nonfiction: Barry Lopez Travel to the Ends of the Earth, Seeking Gimmers of Hope” by Hillary Rosner

“The New York Times”: “An Arabic-Speaking Talk-Show Host Wades Into Germany’s Culture Wars” by Christopher F. Schuetze & Karam Shoumali

“The New York Times”: “The Sultan of Brunei: Opulence, Power and Hard-line Islam” by Alan Yuhas

“The New York Times”: “Confronting Philosophy’s Anti-Semitism” by Laurie Shrage

“The New Yorker”: “American Chronicle: The Challenge of Going Off Psychiatric Drugs” by Rachel Aviv

“The New Yorker”: “Dept. of Public Health: “The Hidden Air Pollution in Our Homes” by Nicola Twilley

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of the Former World: The Days the Dinosaurs Died” by Douglas Preston

“The New Yorker”: “Chicago Prepares to Elect Its First Black Female Mayor” by Peter Slevin

“The Washington Post”: “Documentary: The Assassination of Kamal Kashoggi” by Joyce Lee & Dalton Bennett

“The Washington Post”: “The Islamic State’s refugees are facing a humanitarian calamity” by Erin Cunningham & Kamiran Sadoun

“The Washington Post”: “Japan returns to commercial whaling, in defiance and desperation” by Simon Denyer, Akiko Kashiwagi & Victoria Adams Fogg

“The Washington Post”: “In China, the rush to riches sees a region turned into ruins” by Garry Shi

“The Washington Post”: “After three months, surprises mark the Democratic presidential campaign” by Dan Balz

“The Washington Post”: “Exposing the town crier of the West’s far right” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Justice for the Lyon Sisters” by Mark Bowden

“The Atlantic”: “Lessons of the Real Resistance” by Eliot A. Cohen

“The Guardian”: “Change the narrative: how a Swiss group is beating right-wing populists” by Jon Henley

“The Guardian”: “’The metro smashed old rules’: Indian women drive change - and trains” by Amrit Dhillon

“The Guardian”: “To understand the far right, look at their bookshelves” by Elif Shafak

“The Guardian”: “Carlo Rovelli: ’Time travel is just what we do every day…’” by Carlo Rovelli

“The Guardian”: “Books: Why smart people are more likely to believe fake news” by Dave Robson

“The Guardian”: “’It’s genuine, you know?: why the online influencer industry is going ‘authentic’” by Sophie Elmhurst

“The Guardian”: “Mitch McConnell is destroying the Senate – and American government” by Richard Reich

“The Observer”: “Age is no barrier: meet the world’s oldest top-athletes” by Richard Godwin

“The Intercept”: “How to Think About Breaking Up Big Tech” by David Dayen

“The Intercept”: “Podcast: The Case Against AIPAC”

“London Review of Books”: “The Mass Psychology of Brexit” by Eli Zaretzky

“London Review of Books”: “Operation Columba” by Jon Day

“Foreign Affairs”: “The New German Question” by Robert Kagan

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“The Guardian”: “12 months on: A year of bloodshed at Gaza border protests” by Oliver Holmes & Josh Holder

“The Guardian”: “Israel-Hamas relations: a predictable, but fatal dance” by Oliver Holmes

“The Guardian”: “Billie Eilish: the pop icon who defines 21st-century teenage angst” by Hannah Ewens

“The Guardian”: “Can the world quench China’s bottomless thirst for milk?” by Felicity Lawrence

“The Guardian”: “Cyclone Idai: reporting from a Mocambique disaster zone” by Peter Beaumont

“The Guardian”: “The long read: Can we stop robots outsmarting humanity?” by Mara Hvistendahl

“The Guardian”: “The destruction of Earth is a crime. It should be prosecuted” by George Monbiot

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Mueller report: Why Trump is not yet in the clear”

“The Guardian”: “The long read: Are your devices listening in on you?” by James Vlahos

“The Independent”: “Don’t believe the hype, ISIS has not been defeated yet – here’s why” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “US grovels to Israel the same way ‘supporters’ fawned on Saddam” by Robert Fisk

“The Observer”: “In a destructive decade, why has no one tried to rein in Netanyahu?” by Simon Tisdall

“London Review of Books”: “Is this the End of the American Century?” by Adam Tooze

“London Review of Books”: “Mexico: It’s very Easy to Die Here” by Rachel Nolan

“London Review of Books”: “The Pain Lobby” by Emily Witt

“The Washington Post”: “The Mueller investigation is over. But other legal probes of Trump’s world continue”

“The Washington Post”: “Assad loyalists are turning on Syria’s government as living standards deteriorate” by Liz Sly

“The Washington Post”: “Trump and Netanyahu keep on colluding” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post”: “Netanyahu’s AIPAC speech is a knife in the heart of the U.S. – Israel alliance” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “The Fentanyl Failure” by Scott Higham, Sara Horwitz & Katie Zezima

“The Washington Post”: “George Conway: Trump is guilty – of being unfit for office” by George Conway

“The Washington Post”: “Long Exposure” by Michael Bonfigli

“The Washington Post”: “Mark Zuckerberg: The Internet needs new rules. Let’s start in these four areas” by Mark Zuckerberg

“The New Yorker”: “’Trump Wins!’: The President, the Mueller Report, and Our New Political Normal” by Susan E. Glasser

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: Jair Bolsonaro’s Southern Strategy” by Jon Lee Anderson

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Cairo: The Refugee and the Thief” by Peter Hessler

“The New York Times”: “This Man Trying to Make Sense of Brexit Is Tired and Would like to Stop Now” by Allison McCann

“The New York Times”: “Billie Eillish Is Not Your Typical 17year-old Pop Star. Get Used to Her” by Joe Coscarelli

“The New York Times”: “A Perfume Called Racism” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Lens: An Insider’s View of Joy and Beauty in Africa’s Largest Shantytown” by Brien Otieno (photographs) & Finbar O’Reilly (text)

“The New York Times”: “Unraveling the Putin Enigma” by Oliver Bullough

“The New York Times”: “We’re all stuck inside George’s and Kellyanne’s Marriage” by Mark Leibovich

“The New York Times”: “What Happens If Obamacare Gets Struck Down?” by Reed Abelson, Abby Goodnough & Robert Pear

“The New York Times”: “A Way to Detect the Next Russian Disinformation Campaign” by Philip N. Howard

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How to Leave the Trump White House with a Million Dollar Parachute” by Jason Zengerle

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How the Battle Over Israel and Anti-Semitism Is Fracturing American Politics” by Nathan Thrall

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Daily Miracle: Finding Magic Inside The Times’ Printing Plan” by Luc Sante (introduction) & Christopher Payne (photographs)

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“The New York Times”: “Mueller Finds No Trump-Russia Conspiracy, Barr Says” by Mark Mazzetti & Katie Benner

“The New York Times”: “A Cloud Over Trump’s Presidency Is Lifted” by Peter Baker

“The New York Times”: “Trump Declares Victory and War on His Enemies” by Mark Landler & Maggie Haberman

“The New York Times”: “No Collusion, No 'Exoneration’” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Its Territory May Be Gone, but the U.S. Fight Against I.S.I.S Is Far from Over” by Eric Schmitt, Thomas Gibbons-Neff, Helene Cooper & Alissa J. Rubin

“The New York Times”: “Here’s why the terrorist group remains a serious, violent threat”

“The New York Times”: “The Islamic State Has Not Been Defeated” by Fawaz Gerges

“The New York Times”: “Britain Is Drowning Itself in Nostalgia” by Sam Byers

“The New York Times”: “How Powerful is Vladimir Putin Really?” by Andrew Higgings

“The New York Times”: “The Outspoken Women of the House” by Michelle Cottle

“The New York Times”: “Palestinian Lives Don’t Matter* - *Unless Israel Is to Blame” by Bret Stephens

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

“The New York Review of Books”: “A Future without Fossil Fuels” by Bill McKibben

“The Washington Post”: “Here’s the truth about our family and our business” by Charles Kushner

“The Washington Post”: “New Zealand just banned military-style firearms. Here’s why the U.S. can’t” by Rick Noack & Shibani Mahtani

“The Washington Post”: “The World is watching New Zealand’s Jacinda Ardern” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post”: “Five Myths about the Ivy League” by Jerome Karabel

“Politico”: “Mueller’s Done. What Now?” by Darren Samuelsohn & Josh Gerstein

“Politico Magazine”: “The Most Powerful Lobbyist in America Is Dying” by Arthur Allen

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: The Christchurch massacre and the rise of far-right extremism”

“The Guardian”: “’Real leaders do exist’: Jacinda Ardern uses solace and steel to guide a broken nation” by Eleanor Ainge Roy

“The Guardian”: “The rise and fall of the ISIS ‘caliphate” by Martin Chulov

“The Guardian”: “The long read: Why Israel is quietly cosying up to the Gulf monarchies”

“The Guardian”: “Podcast – Gaza: generation blockade”

“The Guardian”: “Wake up, Italians - our country is in a state of democratic emergency” by Roberto Saviano

“The Guardian”: “How an anti-Obama fringe set the stage for Trump” by Sabrina Siddiqui

“The Guardian”: “Who is Tulsi Gabbard? The progressive 2020 hopeful praised by Bannon and the right” by Tom McCarthy

“The Guardian”: “Kushner, Inc.: Jared, Ivanka Trump and the rise of the American kakistocracy” by Lloyd Green

“The Observer”: “The B-Team: Are Beto, Biden and Bernie the best that Democrats can offer?” by Josh Wood

“The Observer”: “Turning back time with the Amish of Ohio” by Kate Eshelby

“The Intercept”: “Podcast: Radical White Terrorism” with Jeremy Scahill

“The Intercept”: “Joe Biden is Hillary 2.0 – Democrats Would Be Mad to Nominate Him” by Mehdi Hasan

“London Review of Books”: “Unfeeling Malice” by Michele Pridmore-Brown

The Atlantic”: “The Fertility Doctor’s Secret” by Sarah Zhang

“The Atlantic”: “White Nationalism’s Deep American Roots” by Adam Serwer

“The Atlantic”: “Psychiatry’s Incurable Hubris” by Gary Greenberg

“National Geographic”: “Psychopaths and Altruists” by Yudhijit Bhattacharjee

“Esquire”: “Why Men Love War” by William Broylers Jr.

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“The Washington Post”: “Brexit will end Britain’s role as a great power” by Fareed Zakaria

“The Washington Post”: “India’s 2019 election: What you need to know” by Joanna Slater & Niha Masih

“The Washington Post”: “Butterflies were symbols of rebirth. Then they started disappearing” by Dan Zak

“The Washington Post”: “Social media platforms were used like lethal weapons in New Zealand. That must change now” by Margaret Sullivan

“The Washington Post”: “Thinking for Trump” by Carlos Lozado

“The Washington Post”: “The Opinions Essay: The Strongmen Strike Back” by Robert Kagan

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Trump called these countries a profane name. We sent a travel writer to celebrate them” by Bill Donahue

“Popula”: “On Owning Many Books” by Mik Awake

“Longreads”: “Revisiting My Grandfather’s Garden” by Mojgan Ghazirad

“The New York Times”: “Our Brother, Our Executioner” by Omer Aziz

“The New York Times”: “’God Is Testing Us’: Tears and Outrage at a New Zealand Hospital” by Damien Cave & Jamie Tarabay

“The New York Times”: “Her Crime? Defending Women’s Rights in Iran” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “What Does Misogyny Look Like?” by Nina Renata Aron

“The New York Times”: “Is Satire Possible in the Age of Trump?” by Ben Greeman

“The New York Times”: “Globetrotting”

“The New York Times”: “Idolatry at the Western Wall” by Bari Weiss

“The New York Times”: “Netanyahu-Trump Partnership Stronger than Ever. Are These Its Final Days?” David M. Halbfinger

“The New York Times”: “Clean House to Survive? Museums Confront Their Crowded Basements” by Robin Pogrebin

“The New York Times”: “How TikTok Is Rewriting the World” by John Herrman

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Tragedy of Baltimore” by Alec MacGillis

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Epic Hunt for a Lost World War II Aircraft Carrier” by Ed Caesar

“The New York Times t-Magazine”: “From Claude Monet to Banksy, Why Do Artists Destroy Their Own Works?” by M.H. Miller

“The Guardian”: “From reformer to ‘New Sultan’: Erdogan’s populist evolution” by Bethan McKernan & Gokce Saracoglu

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Trump, Brexit and the rise of populism”

“The Guardian”: “Europe must abandon these foolish Brussels treaties” by Jean-Luc Mélanchon

“The Guardian”: “Fires of Jharia spell death and disease for villagers” by Tom Maguire

“The Guardian”: “Podcast – Greta Thunberg: how her school strike went global”

“The Guardian”: “The fall of the Israeli peace movement and why leftists continue to fight” by Oliver Holmes & Quique Kierszenbaum

“The Guardian”: “Technology is terrorism’s most effective ally. It delivers a global audience” by Jason Burke

“The Observer”: “Cambridge Analytica a year on: a lesson in institutional failure” by Carole Cadwalladr

“The Observer”: “Deadly air in our cities: the invisible killer” by Tim Smedley

“The Observer”: “We’ve been too low to see the far right threat” by Observer Editorial

 “The Independent”: “What should be done in the Middle East? Ask the Romans” by Robert Fisk

“London Review of Books”: “Among the Gilets Jaunes” by Jeremy Harding

“The Columbia Journalism Review”: “The Fall Rise and Fall of Media Trust” by Michael Schudson

“Foreign Affairs”: “The Kurdish Awakening” by Henri J. Barkey

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“The New York Times”: “Of David Hockney and Joni Mitchell Holding Hands” by Guy Trebay

“The New York Times”: “The Oppression of the Supermajority” by Tim Wu

“The New York Times”: “Oh, Trudeau” by The Editorial Board”

“The New York Times”: “Lens: The Best Pictures from the 76th Pictures of the Year International” by James Estrin

“The New York Times”: “This Is What a Feminist Country Looks Like” by Maya Salam

“The New York Times”: “Have Dark Forces Been Messing with the Cosmos?” by Dennis Oberbye

“The New York Times Magazine”: “25 Songs That Matter Right Now” by Nitsuh Abebe

“The New Yorker”: “The Making of the Fox News White House” by Jane Meyer

“The New Yorker”: “The Supreme Court Is Quietly Changing the Status of Religion in American Life” by Jeffrey Toobin

“The New Yorker”: “When the Frontier Becomes a Wall” by Francisco Cantú

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Migrant Caravan: Made in U.S.A.” by Roberto Saviano

“Politico”: “Why Trump Loves the Fake News” by John F. Harris

“Politico Magazine”: “What Are the Biggest Problems Facing Women Today?”

“Politico Magazine”: “The Democrats’ Dilemma” by Tim Alberta

“The Washington Post”: “The 10 personas of Donald Trump in a single speech” by Ashley Parker & Philipp Rucker: Monica Akthar & Danielle Kunitz (video)

“The Washington Post”: “Attacks by Israeli settlers surge as West Bank tensions boil” by Ruth Eglash

“The Washington Post”: “Barbie is 60. And she’s reinventing herself” by Rebecca Haines

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The Heavily Armed Millennials of Instagram” by Simon van Zuylen-Wood

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The Imitation Game” by Menachem Wecker

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed: Cornel West on Bernie, Trump and Racism”

“The Intercept”: “Marc Zuckerberg Is Trying to Play You Again” by Sam Biddle

“The Intercept”: “Let’s Defeat or Impeach Donald Trump. But What If He Refuses to Leave the White House?” by Mehdi Hasan

“The Intercept”: “The House Democrats’ ‘Rebuke’ of Rep. Ilhan Omar Is a Fraud for Many Reasons, Including Its Wild Distortions of Her Comments” by Glen Greenwald

“The Atlantic”: “How not to Lose against Donald Trump” by Rahm Emmanuel

“The Atlantic”: “Radio Atlantic: The Future of the Democratic Party”

“The Guardian”: “MH 370: Five years of Theories about one of aviation’s greatest mysteries” by Naaman Zhou

“The Guardian”: “The long read: Debunking the myth that anti-Zionism is antisemitic” by Peter Beinart

“The Guardian”: “The long read: In Chicago, reparations aren’t just an idea. They’re the law” by Peter C Baker

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Let’s talk about Michael Jackson”

“The Guardian”: “Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez is the new politics, says George Osborne” by Jim Waterson

“The Guardian”: “Podcast/Talking to the Taliban – at what cost?” by Fawzia Koofi

“The Guardian”: “Could robots make us better humans?” by John Harris

“The Guardian”: “Michelle Obama: how the former Frist Lady soared to ‘rock star’ status” by David Smith

“London Review of Books”: “Podcast: The State of the Internet” by Patricia Lockwood & John Lanchester

“The Independent”: “Will Trump’s immoral bribes serve to destroy Palestinian statehood?” by Robert Fisk

“Vanity Fair”: “’State Capture’: How the Gupta Brothers Hijacked South Africa Using Bribes Instead of Bullets” by Karan Mahajan

“Longreads”: “The Problems with Nostalgia” by Michael Musto

“Outside”: “The Frist Dog Ascent of a 7000-Meter Himalayan Peak” by Anna Callaghan

“The Allusionist”: “Podcast: Latin lives!”

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“The Guardian”: “The Art of no deal: how Kim and Trump misread each other” by Julian Borger

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: The fall of Cardinal George Pell” by Melissa Davey

“The Guardian”: “Why Donald Trump could win again” by Dave Eggers

“The Guardian”: “It’s time to complete the revolution we started” by Bernie Sanders

“The Guardian”: “Joan Baez: ‘Music can move people to do things’” by Kate Kelleway

“The Guardian”: “Concrete: the most destructive force on earth” by Jonathan Watts

“The Guardian”: “’Stumbling stones’: a different vision of holocaust remembrance” by Eliza Apperly

“The Guardian”: “Final days of the ISIS caliphate – a photo essay” by Achilleas Zavallis

“The Observer”: “Facebook’s global lobbying against data privacy laws” by Carole Cadwalladr & Duncan Campell

“London Review of Books”: “House-Cleaning” by David Bromwich

“London Review of Books”: “Diary: Zimbabwe” by Diana Stone

“The Intercept”: “Trump and Brexit Proved This Book Prophetic – What Calamity Will Befall Us Next?” by Murtaza Hussain

“The Intercept”: “Naomi Klein and Shoshana Zuboff on the Rise of Surveillance Capitalism” by The Intercept

“The Atlantic”: “The Documentary Highlighting the Real Green Book” by Hannah Giorgis

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Technology: Are Robots Competing for Your Jobs?” by Jill Lepore

“The New Yorker”: “The Neurologist’s Handbook: How Much a Dementia Patient Needs to Know” by Oliver Sacks

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from the U.K.: The Psychiatrist Who Believed People Could Tell the Future” by Sam Knight

“The New Yorker”: “Photo Booth: An Unflinching View of Venezuela in Crisis” by Jon Lee Anderson (text) & Alessandro Cegarra (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “Is This Egypt’s Next Revolution?” by Yasmine El Rashidi

“The New York Times”: “Netanyahu Stoops to Survive” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Time for Netanyahu to Go” by Bret Stephens

“The New York Times”: “Israel’s Secret Founding Fathers” by Matti Friedman

“The New York Times”: “Putin’s One Weapon: “The ‘Intelligence State’” by John Sipher

“The New York Times”: “China Uses DNA to Track Its People. With Help of American Expertise” by Sui Lee-Wee

“The New York Times”: “Do Not Disturb: How I ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Brain” by Kevin Roose

“The New York Times”: “Jeremy Corbin’s Anti-Semitic Labour Party” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “Yes, It’s Bad. Robo-Calls, and Their Scams, Are Surging” by Tara Siegel Bernard

“The New York Times”: “He Took Down the Elite at Davos. Now He’s Coming for Fox News” by Patrick Kingsley

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Secret History of Women in Coding” by Clive Thompson

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Mike Pompeo’s Mission: Clean Up Trumps Messes” by Mattathias Schwarz

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Inside the Secret Sting Operations to Expose Celebrity Psychics” by Jack Hitt

“The Washington Post”: “Portaits of the ‘fading American Dream’” by Kenneth Dickermann

“The Washington Post”: “In America, talks turn to something unspoken for 150 years: Civil War” by Greg Jaffee & Jenna Thompson

“The Washington Post”: “On the critically endangered list: The principled Republican” by Dana Milbank

“The New York Review of Books”: “Syria’s Monumental Loss” by Muhammad Idrees Ahmad

“The Verge”: “The Trauma Floor” by Casey Newton

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“The New York Times”: “The Mueller Report Is Coming. Here’s What to Expect” by Neal K. Katyal

“The New York Times”: “Time to Panic” by David Wallace-Wells

“The New York Times”: “Becoming Greta: ‘Invisible Girl’ to Global Climate Activist with Bumps Along the Way” by Somini Sengupta

“The New York Times”: “The Catholic Church Is Breaking People’s Hearts” by Frank Bruni

“The New York Times”: “’It’s Not a Closet. It’s a Cage’: Gay Catholic Priests Speak Out” by Elizabeth Diaz & Grabriella Demczuk (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “The Rise of the Robot Reporter” by Jaclyn Peiser

“The New York Times”: “Is This the Right Way to Ende a War?” by Rod Nordland

“The New York Times”: “The True Story Behind an Iconic Vietnam War Photo Was Nearly Erased – Until Now” by Michael Shaw

“The New York Times”: “Jussie Smollett and a Perfect Crime” by Noah Feldman

“The New York Times”: “Karl Lagerfeld, Designer Who Defined Luxury Fashion, Is Dead” by Vanessa Friedman

“The New York Times”: “The Last Designer” by Vanessa Friedman

“The New York Times”: “Intimidation, Pressure and Humiliation: Inside Trump’s Two-Year War on the Investigations Encircling Him” by Mark Mazzetti, Maggie Haberman, Nicholas Fando & Michael Schmidt

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Future of Work: Wealthy, Successful and Miserable” by Charles Duhigg

“The Washington Post”: “The Kalashnikov assault rifle changed the world. Now there’s a Kalashnikov kamikaze drone” by Liz Sly

“The Washington Post”: “The political battles to come after the fall of the Islamic State” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post”: “The Russia investigation: Drawing to a close” by Steve Brodner (illustrations)

“The Washington Post”: “The 6 essential cons that define Trump’s success” by Jonathan Greenberg

“The Washington Post”: “Their parents joined ISIS. They were raised in the caliphate. Can they come home?” by Michael Birnbaum

“The Washington Post”: “The real national emergency is the triviality of our politics” by E. J. Dionne

“The Washington Post”: “Farmworker vs. Robot” by Danielle Paquette & Zack Wittman (photographs)

“The Washington Post”: “The 23 most unforgettable last sentences in fiction” by Ron Charles

“The Washington Post”: “Stop Obsessing over these three freshman Congress women” by Kathleen Parker

“The Washington Post”: “Ted Cruz: Make ‘El Chapo’ Pay for the border wall” by Ted Cruz

“The Guardian”: “The Long read: Why ‘Trump country’ Isn’t as Republican as you think” by Elizabeth Catte

“The Guardian”: “World Press Photo Contest – the nominees” by Matt Fidler

“The Independent”: “This new history of the Christian genocide sounds a dark warning” by Robert Fisk

“The Observer”: “Meet the neuroscientist who shattered the myth of the gendered brain” by Genevieve Fox

“The Observer”: “David Nott: ‘They told me my chances of leaving Aleppo alive were 50/50” by David Nott

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed (podcast) – Crazy in Gov: Why Won’t the Media Discuss Trump’s Mental Instability?” by Mehdi Hasan

“Wired”: “What Happens When Russia Cuts Itself Off from the Internet” by Louise Matsakis

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“The Guardian”: “Podcast: My Week at Guantánamo Bay” by Julian Borger

“The Guardian”: “The EU looks like the Soviet Union in 1991 – on the verge of collapse” by George Soros

“The Guardian”: “Spain’s trial of Catalan separatists is an alarming act of state repression” by Carlos Puigdemont

“The Guardian”: “The Long Read - Heineken claims its business helps Africa. Is that too good to be true?” by Olivier van Beemen

“The Guardian”: "The Long Read - How the U.S. has hidden its empire” by Daniel Immerwahr

“The Independent”: “The West is encouraging a vicious war between Sunnis and Shias -that’s the real truth about Iran and Saudi Arabia” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “40 of the best plays ever written” by Paul Taylor & Holly Williams

“The Independent”: “Syria’s refugee children: ‘We can’t survive like this” by Paddy Dowling

“The Observer”: “Is the era of artificial speech translation upon us?” by Marek Kohn

“The Observer”: “The collapse of Isis will inflame the regional power struggle” by Simon Tisdall

“The Observer”: “Without territory or new recruits, Islamic State is in its death throes” by Jason Burke

“The Observer”: “’ We have to try’: the migrants who brave frostbite in a desperate trek over the Alps” by Angela Giuffrida

“London Review of Books”: “The Internet and Me” by Patricia Lockwood

“London Review of Books”: “At the Movies: ‘Vice’” by Michael Wood

“The Washington Post”: “The electability trap: Yes, voters will elect a female president” by Linda Hirshman

“The Washington Post”: “Trump’s sacrifices are hard. You think it’s easy working 11 to 5?” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “We were covering the Iranian revolution. A single gunshot still haunts me” by William Branigin

“The Washington Post”: “Anti-Semitism has spread through the Islamic world like cancer” by Fareed Zakaria

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “’I’ve been looking for you for decades’” by Marina Lopes & Lynnie Z (illustrations)

“The New York Times”: “Phony Wall, Phony Emergency” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Trump Follows Familiar Playbook When Confronted with a Loss: Distract and Digress” by Annie Karni

“The New York Times”: “A.I. Shows Promise Assisting Physicians” by Cade Metz

“The New York Times”: “Where El Chapo Could End Up. A Prison ‘Not Designed for Humanity” by Alan Feuer & Alan Binder

“The New York Times”: “The 20 Best TV Dramas Since ‘The Sopranos’”

“The New York Times”: “Where Glaciers Melt Away, Switzerland Sees Opportunity” by Henry Fountain, Ben C. Solomon & Jeremy White (maps)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Tiny Swiss Company That Thinks It Can Stop Climate Change” by Jon Gertner

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Shopping in Pyonyang, and other Adventures in North Korean Capitalism” by Travis Jeppesen

“The New Yorker”: “Separating the Myth from the Man in the El Chapo Verdict” by Patrick Radden Keefe

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History – Everywhere and Nowhere: A Journey Through Suicide” by Donald Antrim

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Clinton Investigation: Presumed Guilty” by Sean Wilentz

“The New York Review of Books”: “Undefeated, ISIS Is Back in Iraq” by Aziz Ahmad

“The New York Review of Books”: “Why Is Medicine so Expensive?” by Daniel J. Kevles

“Vox”: “Has Facebook Been Good for the World?” by Sean Illing, Kurt Wagner & Karen Turner

“The Intercept”: “After 18 Years of War, the Taliban Has the Upper Hand in Afghanistan’s Peace Talks” by Bilal Sarwary & Murtaza Hussein

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed Podcast: “The Truth about Islam and Democracy (with Anwar Ibrahim)

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“The Observer”: “Europe in 25 films: the critics’ choice” by Mark Kermode, Simran Hans, Wendy Ide, Guy Lodge & Jonathan Romney

“The Observer”: “Instagram: Beware of bad influencers..” by Chris Stokel-Walker

“The Observer”: “’Once photography gets a grip, you’re a captive’: Don McCullin and Giles Duley in conservation” by Kate Kellaway

“The Observer”: “A lifetime of sleep, from birth to menopause and beyond” by Alice Gregory

“The Observer”: “From Columbine to Parkland: how we got the story wrong on mass shootings” by Dave Cullen

“London Review of Books”: “The Little Island That Could” by Michael Hofmann

“London Review of Books”: “Silicon Valley Girl” by Deborah Friedell

“London Review of Books”: “Travels in the Apocalypse” by McKenzie Funk

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

“The Atlantic”: “Russian-Style Kleptocracy Is Infiltrating America” by Franklin Foer

“The Intercept”: “What Happened in Douma?” by James Harkin

“The Intercept”: “Democrats Echo Israel’s Far Right by Refusing to Even Use the Word ‘Occupation’” by Robert Mackey

“The Intercept”: “Syrian Women in Turkey: On Their Own Terms” by Maryam Saleh

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History: The Machine Stops” by Oliver Sacks

“The New Yorker”: “Books: The Great Hollywood Screenwriter Who Hated Hollywood” by David Denby

“The New Yorker”: ”Trump’s State of Disunion” by Margaret Talbot

“The New Yorker”: “Photo Booth: Priya Ramrakha’s Brief Heroic Life” by Paul Theroux

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Path pf Greatest Resistance” by David Cole

“The New York Review of Books”: “Imperial Exceptionalism” by Jackson Lears

“The New York Review of Books”: “Fool Britannia” by Harry Kunzru

“The New York Times”: “Brazil Dam Collapse: A Tidal Wave of Mud” by Shasta Darlington, James Glanz Andreoni, Matthew Bloch, Sergio Pecanha, Anijali Singhvi & Tory Griggs

“The New York Times”: “America’s War of Stories” by Tim Kreider

“The New York Times”: “Saudi Arabia’s Threadbare Cover-Up of Kashoggi’s Killing Unravels Further” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “A Battle Cry Seldom Heard These Days: The Palestinian Cause” by Dionne Searcey, David M. Halbfinger & Rukimini Callimachi

“The New York Times Magazine”: “He Played by the Rules of Putin’s Russia, Until He Didn’t: The Story of a Murder” by Sarah A. Topol

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Fight for Gender Equality in One of the World’s Most Dangerous Sports” by Daniel Duane (story) & Dina Litoysky (photographs)

“The Washington Post”: “’All the Best People’: Michael Cohen’s Secret Agenda” by Paul Schwartzman

“The Washington Post”: “Impeachment: What It Would Take” by Carlos Lozado

“The Washington Post”: “Retropod: The Soviet officer who stopped World War III”

“Pacific Standard”: “Mr. Chen’s Mountain” by Robin Hemley

“Pro Publica”: “Fight the Sip” by T. Christian Miller, Megan Rose, Robert Faturechi & Xaquín G.V. (design) By T. Christian Miller, Megan Rose and Robert Faturechi

“Project Syndicate”: “Moralism and the Arts” by Ian Buruma

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

“The New York Times”: “Italy’s Strength: Comfort in Disharmony” by Beppe Servergnini

“The New York Times”: “Is the World’s Most Powerful Woman Finally a Feminist?” by Emily Schultheis

“The New York Times”: “Trump. In Interview, Calls Wall Talks ‘Waste of Time’ and Dismisses Investigations” by Peter Baker & Maggie Haberman

“The New York Times”: “Juan Guaidó: Venezuelans, Strenght Is in Unity” by Juan Guaidó

“The New York Times”: “The Blessing of a Rescue Dog” by Margaret Renkl

“The New York Times”: “Afghan Women Fear Peace with Taliban May Mean War on Them” by Rod Nordland, Fatima Faizi & Fahim Abed

“The New York Times”: “What Keeps the Spies Up at Night?” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “How Iran’s Greatest Director Makes Art of Moral Ambiguity” by Giles Harvey

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Can China Turn the Middle of Nowhere into the Center of the World Economy” by Ben Mauk & Andrea Frazzetta (photographs and video)

“The New Yorker”: «A Reporter at Large : A Grand Plan to Clean the Great Pacific Garbage Patch» by Carolyn Korman

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Health Care: The Personal Toll of Whistle-Blowing” by Sheelah Kolhatkar

“The Washington Post”: “A Post journalist’s ordeal in an Iranian prison” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post”: “Falling in Love with Someone from the Wrong Place” by Jason Rezaian, Kate Woodsome, Robbie Stauder, Danielle Kunitz &Dave Marcus

“The Washington Post”: “Are we past peak Davos?” by Daniel W. Drezner

“The Washington Post”: “Davos is a microcosm of the world – and the outlook is grim” by Fareed Zakaria

“The Washington Post”: “’I came back to 4’459 emails’: Washington is back to work, and in a tizzy” by Dan Zak, Caitlin Gibson & Ben Terris

“The Washington Post”: “Trump is on a mission from God” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “Five myths about rock-and-roll” by Stacey Anderson

“The Washington Post”: “Remembering the Holocaust in an era of rising anti-Semitism” by Daniel Reynolds

“The Washington Post”: “Who’s been charged in Mueller-linked probes, and why” by Julie Vitovskaya, Samuel Granados, Kevin Uhrmacher & Aaron Williams

“Los Angeles Book Review”: “Thieves of Experience: How Google and Facebook Corrupted Capitalism” by Nicholas Carr

“The Intercept”: “Mohammed bin Salman Is Running Saudi Arabia Like a Man Who Got Away with Murder” by Sarah Aziza

“The Intercept”: “Podcast Special: Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez on her first weeks in Washington”

“The Intercept”: “’A Fundamentally Illegitimate Choice’: Shoshans Zuboff on the Age of Surveillance Capitalism” by Sam Biddle

«The Guardian»: «Podcast - Going viral: the victims of online conspiracy theories»

“The Guardian”: “Life at -50 C: I went into the frozen heart of America’s polar vortex” by Adam Gabbatt

“The Guardian”: “’The devastation of human life is in view’: what a burning world tells us about climate change” by David Wallace-Wells

“The Atlantic”: “What People Actually Say Before They Die” by Michael Erard

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

“The Guardian”: “’No one can guarantee our safety’: Syrians stuck in squalid exile” by Martin Chulov

“The Guardian”: “The Long Read: The new elite’s phoney  crusade to save the world – without changing anything” by Anand Giridharidas

“The Guardian”: “Why US rightwing populists and their global allies disagree over Big Tech” by Evgeny Morozov

“The Guardian”: “Only empathy can break the cycle of violence in Israel-Palestine” by Simon Baron-Cohen

“The Guardian”: “Davos 2019: The yawning gap between rhetoric and reality” by Larry Elliot

“The Observer”: “Truth detectives: the know-it-all sceptics railing against fakery” by Alexis Moshakis

“The Observer”: “The coldest job in the world” by Candice Pires

“The Independent”: “Why American figures like Michele Alexander are breaking their silence on Israel” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “42 films you should see before you die” by Helen O’Hara & Patrick Smith

“The Intercept”: “Everybody Does It: the Messy Truth about Infiltrating Computer Supply Chains” by Micah Lee & Henrik Moltke

“The Intercept”: “The Plot against George Soros Didn’t Star in Hungary. It Started on Fox News” by Robert Mackey

“The Intercept”: “Podcast: Donald Trump and Media Temple of BOOM” with Jeremy Scahill

“The New York Times”: “In Business and in Governing, Trump Seeks Victory in Chaos” by Ross Buettner & Maggie Haberman

“The New York Times”: “Described as Defeated, Islamic States Punches Back with Guerilla Tactics” by Rukmini Callimachi

“The New York Times”: “Putin’s Dream of Godliness: Holy Russia” by Michael Khodarkovsky

“The New York Times”: “Never Tweet” by Farhad Manjoo

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Lost and Found: The Homemade Prosthetics of Afghanistan” by Ross McDonnell (photographs) & Matthieu Aikins

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Is Ancient DNA Research Revealing New Truths – or Falling into Old Traps” by Gideon Lewis-Kraus

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Mitch McConnell Got Everything He Wanted. But at What Cost?” by Charles Homans

“The New Yorker”: “A Guided Tour of Hebron, From Two Sides of the Occupation” my Martha Gessen

“The New Yorker”: “Why Marlon James Decided to Write an African Game of Thrones” by Jia Tolentino

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Germany: How A Teen’s Death Has Become a Political Weapon” by Yascha Mounk

“The Washington Post: “Five myths about globalization” by Seven B. Altman

“The Washington Post”: “Why Muslims around the world should remember the Holocaust” by Mohammad al-Issa

“The Washington Post”: “Trump two years in: the dealmaker who can’t seem to make a deal” by Philip Rucker & Josh Dawsey

“The Washington Post”: “President Trump made 8’158 false or misleading claims in his first two years” by Glen Kessler, Salvador Rizzo & Meg Kelly

“The Washington Post”: “Borderline” by Laris Karklis, Ann Gerhart, Joe Fox, Armand Emamdjomeh & Kevin Schaul

“The Washington Post”: “The real problem with Brexit: Britain can’t decide what kind of country it is” by Alex Massie

“The Washington Post”: “Trump finds a cure for his small-hands problem” by Dana Milbank

“Council on Foreign Relations”: “Agonizing over Afghanistan” by Richard M. Haas

Axios, Schema, Google Trends: “The Lifespan of News Stories”

“Future Crunch”: “99 Good News Stories You Probably Didn’t Hear About in 2018” by Angus Hervey

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

“The Atlantic”: “Unthinkable – 50 Moments That Define an Improbable Presidency” by Jeffrey Goldberg

“The Atlantic”: “Impeach Donald Trump” by Yoni Appelbaum

“The Guardian”: “How The Scream became the ultimate image for our political age” by Jonathan Jones

“The Guardian”: “Documentary: Black Sheep”

“The Observer”: “Bauhaus at 100: the revolutionary movement’s enduring appeal” by Rowan Moore

“The Observer”: “Coups and murders. The secret world of Apartheid’s secret mercenaries” by Emma Graham-Harrison

“London Review of Books”: “The Vice President’s Men” by Seymour M. Hersh

“London Review of Books”: “Brexit: Leave, and Leave Again” by William Davies

“The Intercept”: “Who Are the Top 10 Democratic Contenders for 2020?” by Mehdi Hasan

“The Intercept”: “John Bolton Wants to Bomb Iran – and He May Get What He Wants” by Mehdi Hasan

“Carnegie Endowment”: “The Islamic State Lives On” by Mona Alami

“The Washington Post”: “Unlocking a kingdom’s hidden treasures” by Kareem Fahim (story) & Salman George (photos and video)

“The Washington Post”: “Shut down, fed up” by Whitney Shefte, Jorge Ribas, Joyce Koh, Lee Powell, Drea Cornejo, Paul Raila & Ray Whithouse

“The Washington Post”: “How defeated is the Islamic State?” by Adam Taylor

“The Washington Post”: “The shabbiest U.S. president ever is an inexpressibly sad specimen” by George F. Will

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Could Pete Buttigieg Become the First Millennial President?” by Bob Moser

“The New Yorker”: “How Close Should an Activist Icon Get to Power? An Interview with Malala Yousafzai” by Isaac Chotiner

“The New Yorker”: “Dept. of Public Health: Is Marijuana as Safe as We Think?” by Malcom Gladwell

“The New Yorker”: “Dispatch: Spain’s Open Wounds” by Stephania Taladrid

“The New Yorker”: “Dept. of First Principles: “The Art of Decision Making” by Joshua Rothman

“The New Yorker”: “How the Idea of Hell Has Shaped the Way We Think” by Vinson Cunningham

“New York Magazine”: “Reasons to Love New York”

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Pro-Israel Push to Punish US Campus Critics” by Katherine Franke

“The New York Review of Books”: “Israel and Academic Freedom: An Exchange” by Kenneth Waltzer & Mark G. Yudof, reply by Katherine Franke

“The New York Times”: “Government Shutdown Across America” by Alan Blinder

“The New York Times”: “Redefining Representation: The Women of the 116th Congress” by Elizabeth D. Herman & Celeste Sloman (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “Brexit, Explained: Not a Brit? Not a problem! Here’s What It All Means” by Stephen Castle

“The New York Times”: “Among Parliament’s Brexit Rebellion, a Tectonic Shift in How Britain Is Governed” by Ellen Barry & Stephen Castle

“The New York Times”: “Glaciers Are Retreating. Millions Rely on Their Water” by Henry Fountain, Ben C. Solomon & Jeremy White (maps)

“The New York Times”: “The Hunt for the Nazi Loot Still Sitting on Library Shelves” by Milton Esterow

“The New York Times”: “The Malign Incompetence of the Ruling Class” by Pankaj Mishra

“The New York Times”: “To Save the Sound of a Stradivarius, a Whole City Must Keep Quiet” by Max Paradiso

“The New York Times”: “Essay: Reading Proust in the Gulag” by Aytan Tatici

“The New York Times”: “Time to Break the Silence on Palestine” by Michelle Alexander

“The New York Times”: “Why Do People Fall for Fake News?” by Gordon Pennycook & David Rand

“The New York Review of Books”: “The Twisting Nature of Love” by Alma Guillermopreto

“Vanity Fair”: “’Leave No Soldier Behind’: The Unsolved Mystery of the Soldier Who Died in the Watchtower” by William Langewiesche

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

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: What does 2019 hold for Kim Young-un and North Korea?”

“The Guardian”: “Leonardo v Rembrandt: who’s the greatest?” by Jonathan Jones

“The Guardian”: “The Long Read – When the ice melts: the catastrophe of vanishing glaciers” by Dahr Jamail

“The Guardian”: “Seven way technology will change in 2019” by Alex Hern

“The Guardian”: “’Brought to Jesus’: The evangelical grip on the Trump administration” by Julian Borger

“The Observer”: “Everyone is biased, including you: the play designed by neuroscientists” by Nic Fleming

“The Observer”: “Man accused of shooting down UN chief: ‘Sometimes you have to do things you don’t want to…’” by Emma Graham-Harrison, Andreas Rockson  & Mads Brügger

“The Observer”: “In China, they are closing churches, jailing pastors – and even rewriting scriptures” by Lily Kuo

“The Independent”: “The US media has lost one of its sanest voices on military matters – so let’s hope William Arkin’s absence is brief” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “Donald Trump’s New Year Letter to America we’ll probably never read” by Andrew Buncombe

“The Independent”; “US sanctions against Iran are harsh, but nobody really knows what will happen if they sink Teheran’s regime” by Borzou Daragahi

“The Times Literary Supplement”: “Finer Points of Murder” by Tom Stevenson

“The Atlantic”: “What President Trump Will Face in the New Year” by Ronald Brownstein

“The Atlantic”: “Don’t reply to your emails” by Taylor Lorenz

“The Atlantic”: “The Weight I Carry” by Tommy Tomlinson

“The Atlantic”: “83 Things That Blew Our Mind in 2018” by The Atlantic Science Desk

“The Washington Post”: “7 key questions about what President Trump’s company faces in 2019” by David A. Fahrenthold & Jonatahan O’Connell

“The Washington Post”: “The Saudi engine of repression continues to run at full speed” by David Ignatius

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “What Gordon Parks witnessed” by David Rowell & Gordon Parks (photos)

“The New York Times”: “50 Places to Go in 2018”

“The New York Times”: “The 20 Best TV Dramas Since ‘The Sopranos” by The New York Times

“The New York Times”: “Two Women Enter a Temple. A Country Erupts” by Supriya Nair

“The New York Times”: “Erdogan: Trump Is Right on Syria. Turkey Can Get the Job Done” by Recep Tayyip Erdogan

“The New York Times”: “Nancy Pelosi Spanks the First Brat” by Maureen Dowd

“The New York Times”: “Who Speaks for America?” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “When the Illness Is a Mystery, Patients Turn to These Detectives” by Gina Kolata

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Beauty Is Making Scientists Rethinking Evolution” by Ferris Jabr

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Hungary: Victor Orban’s Far-Right Vision for Europe” by Elisabeth Zerofsky

“The New Yorker”: “Books: The History of Blood” by Jerome Groopman

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The French Burglar Who Pulled off His Generations Biggest Art Heist” BY Jake Halpern

“The New York Review of Books”: “California: The State of Resistance” by Michael Greenberg

“The Intercept”: “What’s the matter with the Democratic? Just Watch Schumer and Pelosi Respond to Trump’s wall speech” by Brianha Gray

“The Intercept”: “1.4 Million Floridians Get Their Voting Rights Back, Whether Republicans Like It or Not” by Alice Speri

“Wired”: “The Future Book Is Here” by Craig Mood

..........Kalenderwoche 2..........

“The New York Times”: “The Story of 2018 was Climate Change” by David Leonhardt

The New York Times”: “For Trump, ‘a War Every Day’ Waged Increasingly Alone” by Peter Baker & Maggie Haberman

“The New York Times”: “A Day, a Life: When a Medic Was Killed in Gaza, Was It an Accident?” by David M. Halbfinger

“The New York Times”: “How Times Reporters Froze a Fatal Moment on a Protest Field in Gaza” by Malachy Browne

"The New York Times": "Boogie Down, Bronx Girl" by Maureen Dowd

"The New York Times”: “In Search of Lost Screen Time” by Paul Greenberg

“The New York Times”: “Apollo 8’s Earthrise: The Shot Seen Round the World” by Dennis Overbye

“The New York Times”: “Does How a Writer Put a Drug Trip into Words?” by Michael Polian

"The New Yorker”: “Personal History: Father Time” by David Sedaris

“The New Yorker”: “How Mark Burnett Resurrected Donald Trump as an Icon of American Success” by Patrick Radden Keefe

“The New Yorker”: “The Inflation of Abstraction” by Peter Schjedahl

"The New Yorkere”: “Annals of Technology: How Science Saved Me from Pretending to Love Wine” by Anne Fadiman

“The New York Review of Books”: “How to Write about the Right: An Exchange” by James McAuley & Greil Marcus, reply by Mark Lilla

“The New York Review of Books”: “In the Valley of Fear” by Michael Greenberg

“The New York Review of Books”: “Let the People Take Back Control of Brexit” by Lisa Nandy

“The Washington Post”: “How can we tackle climate change?” by Post Opinions Staff

 “The Washington Post”: “A Year of unprecedented deception: Trump averaged 15 false claims a day in 2018” by Glenn Kessler

“The Washington Post”: “Fake-porn videos are being weaponized to harass women: ‘Everybody is a potential target’” by Drew Harwell

“The Guardian”: “Beto O’Rourke poses growing threat to fellow Democrats with 2020 hopes” by Sabrina Siddiqui & Lauren Gambino

“The Guardian”: “The fallen metropolis: the collapse of Caracas, the jewel of Latin America” by Tom Phillips

“The Guardian”: “The best films of 2019” by Peter Bradshaw

“The Observer”: “The death of Venice? City battles with floods and tourism reach crisis level” by Angela Giuffrida

“The Independent”: “Judge Richard Goldstone suffered for turning his back on Gaza – but not as much as the Palestinians he betrayed” by Robert Fisk

“The Independent”: “Trump vs Mattis – watch out when men of war come to the rescue” by Robert Fisk

“The Intercept”: “The Long Hand of U.S. Intervention: the Intercept’s 2018 World Coverage” by The Intercept

“The Atlantic”: “Kamal Kashoggi’s Murder Remains a Mystery” by Gaeme Wood

"The Atlantic”: “Is There Something Neurologically Wrong With Donald Trump” by James Hamblin

“The Atlantic”: “Finding a Way Through an Unspeakable Loss” by Deborah Kopaken

..........Kalenderwoche 1.............

“The New York Times”: “Our Favorite Facts of 2018” by Alexandria Symonds, Katie Van Syckle, Melina Delcic, Raillan Brooks & Remy Tumin

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Lives They Lived 2018”

“The New York Times”: “Amos Oz, Israeli Author and Peace Maker, Dies at 79” by Isabel Kershner

“The New York Times”: “Afghanistan Dispatch: Along a Road of Sorrow, a Toddler Lost Her Name, Her Family and Her Life” by Mujib Mashal & Fahim Abed

“The New York Times”: “The Tragedy of Saudi Arabia’s War” by Declan Walsh (story) & Tyler Hicks (photos)

“The New York Times”: “Saudi Strikes, American Bombs, Yemeni Suffering” by Derek Watkins & Declan Walsh

“The New York Times”: “’It’s an act of murder: How Europe Outsources Suffering as Migrants Drown” by Charles Heller, Lorenzo Pezzani, Itamar Mann, Violerta Moreno & Eyal Weizman

“The New York Times”: “Iran’s Economic Crisis Drags Down the Middle Class Almost overnight” by Thomas Erdbrink

“The New York Times”: “In 12 Minutes, Everything Went Wrong” by Mika Gröndahl, Allison McCann James Glanz, Blacki Migliozzi & Umi Syam

“The New York Times”: “A Woman’s Rights” by The Editorial Borad & Damon Winter (photographs)

“The New Yorker”: “Don’t Eat before Reading this” by Anthony Bourdain

“The New Yorker”:  “Four Books that Deserved More Attention in 2018” by James Woods

“The New York Review of Books”: “In the Valley of Fear” by Michael Greenberg

“The New York Review of Books”: “Let the People Take Back Control of Brexit” by Lisa Nandy

“The Washington Post”: “For asylum seekers, deportation may mean death” by Kevin Sieff (story) & Carolyn Van Houten

“The Washington Post”: “An Italian car of a country, Argentina looks great but just doesn’t work” by Anthony Faiola

“The Washington Post”: “With support from Steve Bannon, a medieval monastery could become a populist training ground” by Chico Harlan

“The Washington Post”: “Dave Barry’s Year in Review 2018” by Dave Barry

“The Washington Post”: “2019: The Year in Preview” by several authors

“The Guardian”: “The halfway point: What have two years of Trump’s wrecking ball done to America?” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “Trapped in Syria: children kidnapped by ISIS who can’t go home” by Bethan McKernan & Joshua Surtees

“The Guardian”: “’Every Day is a battle”: portraits of US veterans capture hidden toll of PTSD” by David Taylor

“The Guardian”: “The best photographs of 2018 – and the stories”

“The Guardian”: “The best of the Long Read in 2018”

„The Guardian“: „The presidential library: 10 books  Trump recommended this year“  by David Taylor

“The Guardian”: “The World in 2019: Middle East and North Africa” by Martin Chulov

“The Observer”: “The science stories that shook 2018” by several authors

“London Review of Books”: “Trouble at the BBC” by Owen Bennett-Jones

“London Review of Books”: “Brexit: Which Way to the Exit?” by David Runciman

“London Review of Books”: “What Europeans Talk about when They Talk about Brexit”

“The Intercept”: “Covering the Rise of a New Force in Democratic Politics: The Intercepts 2018 Politics Coverage.”

“The Intercept”: “The Far Right Is Obsessed with a Book about Muslims Destroying Europe. Here’s What It Gets Wrong” by Murtaza Hussain

“The Intercept”: “Keep Your Eyes on the Narcissist: Donald Trump’s Latest Antics Are Driven by Fear of Robert Mueller” by James Risen

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Von Ignaz Staub, 12.10.2021

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

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

Das Zitat lautet:

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

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