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Von Ignaz Staub, 12.10.2021

Berichte in angelsächsischen Medien, ausgewählt von Ignaz Staub.

“ICIJ”: “Offshore havens and hidden riches of world leaders and billionaires exposed in unprecedented leak”

“The Atlantic”: “What I Learned While Hunting Humans” by Ian Fitz

“The Atlantic”: “The New Puritans” by Anne Applebaum

“The Atlantic”: “My First Pregnancy” by Janice Wolly

“The Atlantic”: “A Peer-Reviewed Portrait of Suffering” by Daniel Engber (text) & Alec Soth (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “’Starting a Fire’: China and U.S. Enter Dangerous Territory Over Taiwan” by Chris Buckley & Steven Lee Myers

“The New York Times”: “The Afghan War: A Photographer’s Journal” by Tyler Hicks

“The New York Times”: “Facebook Is Weaker Than We Knew” by Kevin Roose

“The New York Times”: “When Listening to a Book is Better than Reading It” by Farhad Manjoo

“The New York Times”: “Monica Lewinsky Has Some Things to Say About Cancel Culture” by ‘Sway’

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Art of Remaking Waves” by Sohei Nishino (artwork) & Jon Moallem (text)

“The New York Review”: “Zanzibar: Love and Exile” by Darryl Pinkney

“The New York Review”: “The Human Costs of AI” by Sue Halpern

“The New York Review”: “The Nakba, Father’s Papers, and Jaffa Revisited” by Raja Shehadeh

“The New York Review”: “In the Fire” by Ursula Lindsay

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Ship That Became a Bomb” by Ed Caesar

“The New Yorker”: “The Road to Tyranny, A Graphic Narrative” by Françoise Mouly & Genevieve Bormes

“The New Yorker”: “Can Nuclear Fusion Put the Brakes on Climate Change?” by Rivka Galchen

“The New Yorker”: “Why Republicans Are Still Counting Votes” by Jelani Cobb

“The New Yorker”: “The Moral Bankruptcy of Facebook” by Andrew Marantz

“The New Yorker”: “The Nobel Prize Acknowledges a Dangerous Era for Journalists” by Masha Gessen

“The Washington Post”: “How dumb can a nation get and still survive?” by Eugene Robinson

“The Washington Post”: “The legacy of Daniel Craig’s James Bond” by Travis M. Andrews

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “What Wyoming Rally Thinks of Liz Cheney” by David Montgomery

“The Guardian”: ”’War reporting was easier’: Maria Ressa’s journey to Nobel Prize Winner” by Rebecca Ratcliffe & Martin Henley

“The Guardian”: “My Nobel peace prize belongs to Russa’s murdered journalists, says Dmitry Muratov” by Pjotr Sauer & Jennifer Rankin

“The Guardian”: “Could the global Covid death toll be millions higher than thought?” by Laura Spinney

“The Guardian”: “Pinker’s progress: the celebrity scientist at the centre of the culture wars” by Alex Basdel

“The Guardian”: The long read: ‘I pleaded for help. No one wrote back’: the pain of watching my country fall to the Taliban” by Zarlasht Halaimzai

“The Guardian”: “The West sees China as a ‘threat ‘, not as a real place, with real people” by Yangyang Chen

“The Guardian”: “Female in Focus photography awards 2021 – in pictures” by Marr Fidler

“New England Review”: “Crash” by Jesse Lee Kercheval

“Longreads”: “The Mysterious Case of Mr. X” by Laura Todd Carns

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“The Guardian”: “Pandora Papers: biggest ever leak of offshore data exposes financial secrets of rich and powerful” by Guardian investigations team

“The Guardian”: “Pandora papers reveal riches of Putin’s inner circle” by Luke Harding

“The Guardian”: “Let the light in: why the Guardian is publishing the Pandora Papers” by Paul Lewis

“The Guardian”: “Putin’s crackdown: how Russia’s journalists became foreign agents” by Andrew Roth

“The Guardian”: “For his sake, and Britain’s, now is the time for Boris Johnson to ride off into the sunset” by Max Hastings

“The Guardian”: “Draghi, Scholz or Macron? Merkel’s crown as Europe’s leader up for grabs” by Angela Giuffrida, Kate Connolly & Jon Henley

“The Guardian”: “How street art is helping young migrants paint a brighter future in Italy” by James Imam

“The Guardian”: “Stephanie Grisham: Trump turncoat who may be the most damaging yet” by Martin Pengelly

“The Observer”: “Akala, Bernardine Evaristo, Ben Okri and more pick 20 classic books by writers of colour” by Kadish Morris

“The Washington Post”: “Key findings from the Pandora Papers investigation” by Washington Post Staff

“The Washington Post”: “Pandora Papers. While his country struggles, Jordan’s King Abdallah secretly splurges” by Greg Miller

“The Atlantic”: “How China Weaponized the Press” by Timothy McLaughlin

“Politico Magazine”: “No Way Out: How the Opening of a Tunnel Blocked the Path to Peace in Jerusalem” by Andrew Lawler

“Politico Magazine”: “How Jared and Ivanka Hijacked the White House’s Covid Response” by Stephanie Grisham

“The Intercept”: “’A Government That Has Killed People for Less’. Pro-Saudi Social Media Swarms Leave Critics in Fear” by Murtaza Hussain

“The New York Review”: “No Regrets” by Xan Smiley

“The New York Review”: “The CPP’s Culture of Fear” by Perry Link

“Wired”: “Psychologists Are Learning What Religion Has Known for Years” by David DeSteno

“Vanity Fair”: “The Race to Inherit Trump’s MAGA-base is already on – and the Knives Are Out” by Gabriel Sherman

"The New Yorker”: “The Fate of Afghanistan and the Measure of American Culpability” by The New Yorker

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from the UK: The Labour Party Is Britain’s Lost Opposition” by Sam Knight

“The New Yorker”: “The Supply-Chain Mystery” by Amy Davidson Sorkin

“The New York Times”: “Jan. 6 Was Worse Than We Knew” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Crypto’s Rapid Move into Banking Elicits Alarm in Washington” by Eric Lipton & Ephrat Livni

“The New York Times”: “Crypto Banking and Decentralized Finance, Explained” by Ephrat Livni & Eric Lipton

“The New York Times”: “Ladies and Gentlemen, James Bond” by Dave Itzkoff

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Why Is Every Young Person in America Watching ’The Sopranos’” by Willy Staley

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“The Guardian”: “The Merkel years – The sorrowful dominatrix: cartoonists Steve Bell and Martin Rowson on drawing Angela Merkel” by Steve Bell & Martin Rowson

“The Guardian”: “Zahra Joya: The Afghani reporter who fled the Taliban – and kept telling the truth about Afghan women” by Annie Kelly

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: One hour to escape: the race to get out of a Gaza tower before an Israeli airstrike”

“The Guardian”: “Britain’s broadcast media is too valuable to become the toy of politicians and moguls” by Will Hutton

“The Guardian”: “The long read: Why some people get dangerously different medical care” by Jessica Nordell

“The Guardian”: “The long read – ‘Iran was our Hogwarts’: my childhood between Teheran and Essex” by Arianne Shahvisi

“The Guardian”: “Podcast – Sixty years of climate change warnings: the signs that were missed (and ignored)”

“The Guardian”: “PC, internet, smartphone: what’s the next big technological epoch?” by John Naughton

“The Observer”: “How fall of property giant Evergrande sent a shockwave through China” by Helen Davidson & Martin Farrer

“Oxford American”: “Dollhouse of Horrors” by Mary Kay McBrayer

“The New York Times”: “Farewell, Angela Merkel” by Anna Sauerbrei

“The New York Times”: “This Is How America’s Richest Families Stay That Way” by Robin Kaiser-Schatzlein

“The New York Times”: “How It Feels to Be Asian in Today’s America”

“The New York Times”: “The World Is at War with Covid. Covid Is Winning” by Jeneen Interlandi

“The New York Times”: “An Insider Details the ‘Black Box” of Money and Power in China” by Li Yuan

“The New York Times”: “No More Apologies: Inside Facebook’s Push to Defend Its Image” by Eyan Mac & Sheera Frenkel

“The New York Times”: “Wikipedia’s next leader on preventing disinformation: ‘Neutrality requires understanding” by Davey Alba

“The New York Times”: “You Do Not Find the Purpose of Your Life in Work” by Jonathan Malesic

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Voyage Issue: A Photographer Looks for Her Childhood in the Alps” by Namsa Leubah

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Voyage Issue: Searching for Plato with My 7-Year-Old” by Thomas Chatterton Williams (text) & Vera Lutter (photographs)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Voyage Issue: We Went to Vegas to Wring Joy from Heartbreak” by Mitchell S. Jackson

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: The Struggle to Define Long Covid” by Dhruv Khullar

“The New Yorker”: “Showcase: An Accidental Collection” by Haruki Murakami

“The Washington Post”: “Leaderless Republicans rush headlong towards default” by Dana Milbank

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “What Is Political Writing for?” by Osita Nwanevu

“Wired”: “What Social Media Needs to Learn from Traditional Media” by Gilad Edelman

“GQ”: “The Secrets of the World’s Greatest Freediver” by Danile Riley (text) & Daan Verhoeven (photographs)

“The Intercept”: “9/11 and the Saudi Connection” by Eric Lichtblau & James Risen

“The Intercept”: “America’s Generals Are All Cowards. Fire Them” by Peter Maas

“Responsible Statecraft”: “A Modest Proposal: Fire All of the Post 9/11 Generals” by Andrew J. Bacevic

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“The Guardian”: “In Germany’s election, the fate of the EU is at stake” by Timothy Garton Ash

“The Guardian”: “’He saw the panic’: the Afghan men who fell from the US jet” by Ruth Michaelson & Sayed Tariq Majidi

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Inside Al-Qaida: a recruit turned spy, a journalist and the road to 9/11”

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: The children of 9/11”

“The Guardian”: “Yemen at war: conflict, chaos and rare joy – in pictures” by Giles Clarke

“The Guardian”: “The Palestinian Authority’s crackdown on protests shows it will never serve its own people” by Yara Hawari

“The Guardian”: “Peril review: Bob Woodward Trump trilogy ends on a noze of dire warning” by Llyod Green

“The Guardian”: “Aukus deal showing France and EU that Biden not all he seems” by Patrick Wintour

“The Guardian”: “The long read - Food fraud and counterfeit cotton: the detectives untangling the global supply chain” by Samanth Subramanian

“The Observer”: “My grandmother’s Nazi killers evaded justice. Modern war criminals must not” by Robin Lustig

“The Observer”: “The kaiser and the paperweight: how Cecil Rhodes helped inspire the first world war” by Daniel Boffey

“The New Yorker”: “Q & A: Anand Gopal on the Future of the Taliban” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: How a Syrian War Criminal and Double Agent Disappeared in Europe” by Ben Taub

“The New Yorker”: “Profile: How Colm Toibin Burrowed into Thomas Mann’s Head” by D. T. Max

“The New Yorker”: “How the Real Jane Roe Shaped the Abortion Wars” by Margret Talbot

“The New Yorker”: “Can We Find a New Way to Tell the Story of Climate Change?” by David S. Wallace

“TIME”: “TIME 100: Most Influential People 2021”

“Politico Magazine”: “The Stolen-Election Myth Has Become an Albatross for the GOP” by Jim Lowry

“The Intercept”: “Intercepted Podcast: No Accountability for War on Terror Atrocities”

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed Podcast: Tax the Rich”

“The New York Times”: “Pentagon acknowledges that Aug 21 drone strike in Afghanistan was a tragic mistake that killed 10 civilians” by Eric Schmitt & Helene Cooper

“The New York Times”: “The Downside of High Trust in the Military” by Jessica D. Blankshain & Max C. Margulies

“The New York Times”: “The Scientist and the A.I. Assisted, Remote-Controlled Killer Robot” by Ronen Bergman & Farnaz Fassihi

“The New York Times”: “Computers Will Conquer Your Face” by Farhad Manjoo

“The New York Times”: “As Russians Vote, Resignation Anger and Fear of a Post-Putin Unknown” by Anton Troianovski (text) & Sergei Ponomarev (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “Snap Out of It, America!”

“The New York Times”: “America’s Grand Reopening Postponed” by Philip Cheung, Ruth Fremson, Todd Heisler, Sebastían Hidalgo, Alyssa Schukar, Lynsey Weatherspoon and Jim Wilson

“The New York Times”: “Why the Empire State Building, and New York, May Never Be the Same” by Keith Collins, Nikolas Diamant, Peter Eavis, Or Fleisher, Mat thew Haag, Barbara Harvey, Lingdong Huang, Karthik Patanjali, Keith Collins, Nikolas Diamant, Peter Eavis, Or Fleisher, Matthew Haag, Barbara Harvey, Lingdong Huang, Karthik Patanjali, Miles Peyton and Rumsey Taylor Karzhik Patanjali, Miles Peyton & Rumsey Taylor

“The New York Times Magazine”: “’They Are Manufacturing Foreigners’: How India Disenfranchises Muslims” by Siddhartha Deb

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Godmother of the Digital Image” by Siobhan Roberts

“The Atlantic”: “The Unwritten Rules of Black TV” by Hanna Giorgis

“The Atlantic”: “How America Can Win the Middle East” by Kim Gattas

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“AP”: “From 9/11’s ashes, a new world took shape. It did not last” by Calvin Woodward, Ellen Nickmeyer & David Rising

"The New York Times”: “Times Insider: The Photographs of 9/11” by The New York Times

“The New York Times”: “9/11 and After: Serving in a Twenty-Year War” by John Ismay

“The New York Times”: “9/11 and After: Muslim Americans’ ‘Seismic Change’” by Elizabeth Dias

“The New York Times”: “The Afghanistan War Took an Awful Too. I Would Still Serve Again” by Andrew Exum

“The New York Times”: “9/11 and After: How a Viral Video Bent Reality” by Kevin Roose

“The New York Times”: “9/11 and After: What Does It Mean to Never forget?” by Dan Barry

“The New York Times”: “Osama bin Laden, the Fanatical Terrorist and the Devoted Family Man” by Louise Richardson

“The New York Times”: “’Everything Changed Overnight’: Afghan Reporters Face an Intolerant Regime” by Sharif Hassan

“The New York Times”: “Clarissa Ward of CNN Looks Back on the Afghanistan War” by Katie Robertson

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Talk: Steven Pinker Thinks Your Sense of Imminent Doom Is Wrong” by David Marchese

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Wy Use a Dictionary in the Age of Internet Search?” by Rachel del Valle

“The New Yorker”: “From Our Correspondents; September 11, 2001” by The New Yorker

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Mastermind” by Terry McDermott

“The New Yorker”: “Photo Booth: What Gilles Peres Saw on 9/11” by Margret Talbot

“The New Yorker”: “The Lessons of Defeat in Afghanistan” by Steve Coll

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Other Afghan Women” by Anand Gopal

“The New Yorker”: “War of Words: An Iranian Woman’s Battle to end Stoning”” by Laura Secor

“The New Yorker”: “How to Stop a Power Grab?” by Andrew Marantz

“The Washington Post”: “9/11: 20 years later – In the shadow of the towers – five lives and a world transformed” by Joby Worrick & Souad Mekhennet

“The Washington Post”: “9/11: 20 years later - America’s Song”

“The Washington Post”: “What’s happening inside North Korea? Since the pandemic, the window has slammed shut” by Michelle Ye Hee Lee

“The Guardian”: “9/11:20 years later – ‘I’m the face of it’: the people whose images came to define 9/11 reflect on the day” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “’Anything goes’; how the war on terror led to a global security clampdown” by Michael Safi

“The Guardian”: “’Maybe the guy’s a masochist’: how Anthony Fauci became a superstar” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “China’s cultural clampdown: few areas untouched as Xi reshapes society” by Vincent Ni & Helen Davidson

“The Guardian”: “Al-Qaida: the terror group that learned the secret of longevity” by Jason Burke

“The Guardian”: “The post-Trump Supreme Court: where hard-won rights die in darkness” by Ed Pilkington

“Politico Magazine”: “They Created Our Post-9/11 World. Here’s What They Think They Got Wrong” by Bryan Bender & Daniel Lippman

“Wilson Center”: “Evolution of Jihadism 20 Years after 9/11” by Ali Soufan

“Wired”: “20 Years after 9/11, Surveillance Has Become a Way of Life” by Albert Fox Cahn

“The Intercept”: “9/11 and the Saudi Connection” by Eric Lichtblau

“The Intercept”: “The Most Terrifying Thing About 9/11 Was America’s Response” by Jon Schwarz

“The Intercept”: “Blowback: The Forever Wars Are Coming Home” by Mike Giglio

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“The Observer”: “’Images were suddenly powerless’: how the arts responded to 9/11” by Claire Armistead

“The Guardian”: “The long read: How the US Created a world of endless war” by Samuel Moyn

“The Guardian”: “Angela Merkel’s 16-year battle with the centrifugal forces of politics” by Philip Oltermann

“The Guardian”: “In Afghanistan, Islamic State is seeking to exploit divisions within the Taliban” by Antonio Giustozzi

“The Guardian”: “The Guardian view on dealing with the Taliban: no good options” by Editorial

“The Guardian”: “’It’s horrible to watch: US veterans on seeing Afghanistan fall to the Taliban” by Cecilia Saixue Watt

“The Guardian”: “Some slept, some cried, all were now refugees: inside one of the last Afghan airlifts” by Stefanie Glinski

“The Guardian”: “The long read: Has Covid ended the neoliberal era?” by Adam Tooze

“The Guardian”: “Boris Johnson’s incompetence is tearing the UK apart” by John Harris

“The Atlantic”: “What Does ISIS Want now?” by Graeme Woods

“ProPublica”: “Heeding Steve Bannon’s Call, Election Deniers Organize to Seize Control of the GOP – and Reshape American Elections” by Isaac Arnsdorf, Doug Bock Clark, Alexandra Berzon & Anjeanette Damon

“Politico Magazine”: “Meth, Vanilla and ‘Gulags’: How China Has Overtaken the South Pacific One Island at a Time” by Susannah Luthi

“The Intercept”: “U.S. Drone Strike in Kabul Killed a Family – and Began a New Chapter of the War” by Murtaza Hussain

“Vogue”: “Press Secretary Jan Psaki Is Good at Mending Fences. Just Don’t Call Her Nice” by Lizzie Widdicombe (text) & Annie Leibovitz (photographs)

“The New Yorker”: “California’s Recall Is a Blow to Democratic Change” by Nathan Heller

“The New Yorker”: “Office Space: Why Do We Work Too Much?” by Cal Newport

“The New Yorker”: “Dept. of Gastronomy: Save the Planet, Eat a Bug” by Dana Goodyear

“The New Yorker”: “Gastronomy Recalled: Notes on Cravings” by M.F.K. Fisher

“The New Yorker”: ”First Tastes: The Flavour of Memory” by Madhur Jaffrey

“The New York Review”: “Conceiving the Future” by Anna Louie Sussman

“The New York Times”: “In Afghanistan, An Unceremonious End, and a Shrouded Beginning” by Thomas Gibbons-Neff

“The New York Times”: “What If the Coronavirus Crisis Is Just a Trial Run?” by Adam Tooze

“The New York Times”: “The Silent Partner Cleaning Up Facebook for$ 500 Million a Year” by Adam Satariano & Mike Isaac

“The New York Times”: “One Night on the Fire Lines at Lake Tahoe” by Thomas Fuller (text) & Max Whittaker (photographers)

“The New York Times”: “The Surfside Condo Was Flawed and Failing. Here’s a Look Inside” by Anjali Singhvi, Mike Baker, Weiyi Cai, Mika Gröndahl & Karthik Pantanjali

“The New York Times”: “Visual Investigations - Covert Evacuations and Planned Demolitions: How the C.I.A. Left Its Last Base in Afghanistan” by Christian Triebeert & Haley Willis

“The New York Times”: “Monica Lewinsky Is (Reluctantly) Revisiting ‘That Woman’” by Jessica Bennett

“The New York Times Magazine”: “’A Sadness I Can’t Carry’: The Story of the Drum” by David Treuer

“The New York Times Magazine”: ”’I Helped Destroy People’” by Janet Reitman

“The New York Times Style Magazine”: “How to Buy a Work of Art”

“The Washington Post”: “New Exhibit highlights the work of photojournalism legend Robert Capa” by Kenneth Dickerman

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “9/11: 20 Years later”

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“Foreign Affairs”: “Bin Laden’s Catastrophic Success” by Nelly Lahoud

“The Intercept”: “The International Response to the Taliban’s Ascent Will Shape Afghans’ Fate” by Murtaza Hussain

“Reuters”: “Reuters photographer was killed after being left behind in retreat. Afghan general says” by Stephen Grey, Charlotte Greenfield, Devjyot Goshal, Alasdair Pal & Reade Levinson

“Politico Magazine”: “’Just Watching with Horror’: A Photographer in Afghanistan on the Eve of the Collapse” by Paula Bronstein

“Politico Magazine”: “The Temperature in Saigon Is 105 and Rising” by Phil Caputo

“Politico Magazine”: “Can America Still Help Afghanistan? 8 Former Officials on What’s Next”

“The Guardian”: “How the West will try to sway the Taliban” by Patrick Wintour

“The Guardian”: “Pathway to freedom: hostile journey awaits Afghans fleeing the Taliban” by Hannah Ellis-Pettersen, Sha Meer Baloch & Lorenzo Tondo

“The Guardian”: “Video: How mega ships cause mega problems”

“The Guardian”: “’Is this justice?’; why Sudan faces a multimillion-dollar bill for 9/11” by Nesrine Malik

“The Washington Post”: “Surprise, panic and fateful choices: The day America lost its longest war” by Susannah George, Missy Ryan, Tyler Pager, Pamela Constable, John Hudson & Griff Witte

“The Washington Post”: “The story of an Afghan man who fell from the sky” by Gerry Shih, Niha Masih & Dan Lamothe

“The New Yorker”: “U.S. retaliation for the Kabul Bombing Won’t Stop ISIS or Terrorism” by Robin Wright

“The New Yorker”: “Afghanistan, Again Becomes a Cradle for Jihadism – an Al-Qaeda” by Robin Wright

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: Costa Ricans Live Longer Than Us. What’s the Secret?” by Atul Gawande

“The New York Review: “Iran’s Killers in Our Midst” by Roya Hakakian

“The New York Review”: “I’ve Lost Everything to the Beast” by Rachel Nolan

“The New York Times”: “Let’s Not Pretend the Way We Withdrew from Afghanistan Was the Problem” by Ezra Klein

“The New York Times”: “America’s Military Is Too Big for America’s Good” by Jeremi Suri

“The New York Times”: “Can Afghanistan’s Leading Broadcaster Survive the Taliban?” by Dan Bilefsky

“The New York Times”: “I Commanded Afghan Troops This Year. We Were Betrayed” by Sami Sadat

“The New York Times”: “End of the Imperial Presidency” by Stephen Wertheim

“The New York Times”: “American Vet Returns to Italy to Greet “Bambini” He Last Saw in 1944” by Elisabetta Povoledo

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What Will Become of Afghanistan’s Post 9/11 Generation?” by Kiana Hayeri (photo essay) & Kiana Hayeri, Christina Goldbaumn, Azmat Khan and David Zucchino (reporting and text)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Roger Federer’s Biggest Legacy? It Might Be His Billion-Dollar Brand” by Christopher Clarey

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Was the ‘Perfect Villain” for Voting Conspiracy Theorists” by Susan Dominus

“GQ”: “Culture: The Dresden Job” by Joshua Hammer

“Rolling Stones”: “No One Impressed Charlie Watts, Not Even the Stones” by Rob Sheffield

“Esquire”: “This Crazy Feeling of Infinity” by Abe Streep

“Aeon”: “Typos, tricks and misprints” by Arika Okrent

“The Atlantic”: “The Beauty of Earth from Orbit” 

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“The New York Times”: “Did the War in Afghanistan Have to Happen?” by Alissa J. Rubin

“The New York Times”: “Who Are the Taliban, and What Do They Want?” by Eric Nagourney

“The New York Times”: “Collapse and Conquest: The Taliban Strategy That Seized Afghanistan” by David Zucchino

“The New York Times”: “Malala: I Survived the Taliban. I Fear for My Sisters” by Malala Yousafzai

“The New York Times”: “’There’s So Much More to Afghanistan’: Khaled Hosseini Reflects on His Birthplace” by Elizabeth A. Harris

“The New York Times”: “For America, and Afghanistan, the Post-9/11 Era Ends Painfully” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “The Tragedy of Afghanistan” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “I Can’t forget the lessons of Vietnam. Neither Should You” by Viet Thanh Nguyen

“The New York Times”: “The Illusion of Privacy Is Getting Harder to Sell” by Greg Bensinger

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Attacks of the Superweeds” by H. Claire Brown

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Why Was Vicha Ratanapakdee Killed?” by Jaeah Lee

“The New Yorker”: “Will the Next American War Be with China?” by Benjamin Wallace-Wells

“The New Yorker”: “Q & A: David Petraeus on American Mistakes in Afghanistan” by Isaac Chotiner

“The New Yorker”: “A Syrian Artist Remakes the Home He Cannot Visit” by Jimmy Goldblum (film) & Vera Carothers (text)

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Inquiry: Why Is It So Hard to Be Rational?” by Joshua Rothman

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Iceland: Chasing the Lava Flow in Iceland” by Heidi Julavits

“The New Yorker”: “Books: The Two Sides of Ha Jin” by Joan Acocella

“The New Yorker”: “The U.N.’s Terrifying Climate Report” by Elizabeth Kolbert

“The Washington Post”: “Podcast: The Afghanistan papers, revisited”

“The Washington Post”: “The mujahideen resistance to the Taliban begins now. But we need help” Ahmad Massoud

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Work and Purpose in Ethiopia – A photographic journey” by Redeat Wondemu

“The Intercept”: “’They Believed Anything but the Truth’ - 14 Years in Guantánamo” by Cora Currier

“The Intercept”: “The 9/11 Wars: The Fall of Kabul” by Nick Turse

“The Guardian”: “After 20 years and $ 2tn spent in Afghanistan, what was it all for?” by Julian Borger

“The Guardian”: “Why the West will learn no lessons from the fall of Kabul” by Nesrine Malik

“The Guardian”: “What lessons should the West learn from the defeat in Afghanistan?” by Fatima Bhutto, Stephen Wertheim, Moira Donegan, Harun Dada, Shadi Hamid & David Vine

“The Guardian”: “Green, empty promises? The truth behind corporate climate pledges” by Jocelyn Timperley

“The Guardian”: “The long read – How Obama’s iconography obscured his omissions” by Blair McClendon

“The Atlantic”: “The Taliban’s Return Is Catastrophic for Women” by Lynsey Addario

“GQ”: “Culture: The Dresden Job” by Joshua Hammer

“Nautilus”: “The Strange Persistence of First Languages” by Julie Sedivy (text) & Sarah Mazzetti

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“The Atlantic”: “How the Pandemic Now Ends” by Ed Yong

“The Atlantic”: “What We Got Wrong in Afghanistan” by Mike Jason

“The Atlantic”: “9/11: What Bobby McIlvaine Left Behind” by Jennifer Senior

“The Atlantic”: “9/11 Was a Warning of What Was to Come” by George Packer

“The Atlantic”: “How the Bobos Broke America” by David Brooks”

“The Guardian”: “A tale of two armies: why Afghan forces proved no match for the Taliban” by Patrick Wintour

“The Guardian”: “US deserves big share of blame for Afghanistan military disaster” by Julian Borger

“The Guardian”: “Women report Afghanistan - ’Please pray for me’: Female reporter hunted by Taliban tells her story” by Anonymous as told to Hikmat Noori

“The Guardian”: “’We can’t go back to normal’: the people left behind in America’s Covid recovery” by Amanda Holpuch

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: The fall of Andrew Cuomo”

“The Guardian”: “Common myths about Covid – debunked” by Christian Pagel

“The Observer”: “Interoception: the hidden sense that shapes wellbeing” by David Robson

“London Review of Books”: “Hush-Hush, Boom-Boom” by Charles Glass

“The Washington Post”: “Deception and Lies: What Really Happened in Afghanistan” by Craig Whitlock

“The Washington Post”: “What to know about the Taliban. How the group rebuilt and what it wants now” by Derek Hawkins

“The Washington Post”: “Afghanistan’s rapid collapse is part of a long, slow U.S. defeat” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post”: “The Architecture of War: How 20 years of conflict have reshaped Kabul and the people who live in it” by Philip Kennicott and Susannah Geoge (text) & Lorenzo Tugnoli (photographs)

“The New York Review”: “Waiting to Deflate” by Edward Chancellor

“The New York Review”: “Xi’s China, the Handiwork of an Autocratic Roué” by Xu Zhangrun

“The New Yorker”: “’Not Our tragedy’: the Taliban Are Coming Back, and America Is Still Leaving” by Susan B. Glasser

“The New Yorker”: “The Return of the Taliban” by Jon Lee Anderson

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: How Will the Coronavirus Evolve?” by Dhruv Khullar

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History: Finding a Way Back from Suicide” by Donald Antrim

“The New Yorker”: “Books: Are Liberals to Blame for Our Crisis in Government?” by Louis Menand

“The New York Times”: “Railing at Enemies and Pleading for Time: Insider Cuomo’s Final Days” by Matt Flegenheimer, Maggie Haberman, William K Rashbaum & Danny Hakim

“The New York Times”: “Cuomo’s Fall Could Decide the Fate of #MeToo” by Melissa Gira Grant

“The New York Times”: “America Needs to Start Telling the Truth About Israel’s Nukes” by Peter Beinert

“The New York Times”: “What Trump Understood About the War on Terror That Others Missed” by Ezra Klein

“The New York Times”: “Piecing Together the History of Stasi Spying” by Annalisa Quinn (text) & Mustapha Abdelaziz (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “Inside Gaza, Capturing the Toll of War” by Sarah Bahr

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Did They Really Make Rain Over Dubai? Does It Matter?” by Paul McAdory

“Vanity Fair: “’All Roads Lead to Mar-a-Lago’: Inside the Fury and Fantasy of Donald Trump’s Florida” by Joe Hagan (text) & Bruce Gilden (photographs)

“Wired”: “The American Scientists Who Saved London from Nazi Drones” by Jamie Holmes

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“The New York Times”: “A Hotter Future Is Certain, Climate Panel Warns. But How Hot Is Up to Us” by Brad Plumer & Henry Fountain

“The New York Times”: “Collapse: Inside Lebanon’s Worst Economic Meltdown in More Than a Century” by Ben Hubbard (text) & Bryan Denton (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “As Afghan Cities Fall to Taliban, Brutal New Chapter Enfolds” by Christian Goldbaum, Najim Rahim, Sharif Hassan & Thomas Gibbons-Neff

“The New York Times”: “How a Star Times Reporter Got Paid by Government Agencies He Covered” by William J. Broad

“The New York Times”: “The Black Reporter Who Exposed a Lie About the Atom Bomb” by William J. Broad

“The New York Times”: “Why Hungary Inspires So Much Fear and Fascination” by Ross Douthat

“The New York Times”: “Is a Big Casino Footprint in a Tiny Principality a Good or a Bad Bet?” by Noele Illien

“The New York Times”: “Charged with Treason, a Genocide survivor Opts to Fight, not Flee” by Seth Mydans

“The New York Times”: “Accepting Alzheimer’s, One Lost Memory at a Time” by Philip S. Gutis

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Andrew Cuomo’s White-Knuckle Ride” by Matt Flegenheimer

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Is Taiwan Next?” by Sarah A. Topol

“The New York Times Style Magazine”: “The 25 Most significant Works of Postwar Architecture” by Kurt Soller & Michael Snyder

“The New Yorker”: “Brave New World: The Seas Are Rising. Could Oysters Help?” by Eric Klinenberg

“The New Yorker”: “The Big Money Behind the Big Lie” by Jane Mayer

“The New Yorker”: “The Spyware Threat to Journalists” by Steve Coll

“New York Review”: “Knowing How” by Susan Tallmann

“Politico Magazine”: “The Soleimani Assassination Was Supposed to Weaken Iraqi Militias. Instead, They’re Flexing Their Muscles” by Simona Foltyn

“Politico Magazine”: “Opinion: The Cyber Apocalypse Never Came. Here’s What We Got Instead” by Jacqueline Schneider

“Politico Magazine”: “The Fourth Estate: Why Trump Is Booing American Athletes” by Jack Shafer

“Vanity Fair”: “How Rudy Giuliani Went from 9/11’s Hallowed Mayor to 2021’s Haunted Ghoul” by Aatish Taseer

“Vanity Fair”: “Excerpt: ’I’m Getting the Word Out’: Inside the Feverish Mind of Donald Trump Two Months After Leaving the White House” by Carol Leonig & Philip Rucker

“Foreign Affairs”: “Iran’s War Within” by Mohammad Ayatollahi Tabaar

“The Guardian”: “The long read – The last humanist – how Paul Gilroy became the most vital guide to our age of crisis” by Yohann Koshy

“The Guardian”: “The California tourist town running out of water: “It’s a shock’” by Maanvi Singh

“The Guardian”: “Book of the day - Navalny: Putin’s Nemesis, Russia’s future? Review- slick, slippery and brave” by Luke Harding

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Donald Trump’s influence in Joe Biden’s America”

“The Observer”: “Battle for the Soul: Can Joe Biden beat  Trump’s Republicans in the war of words?” by Michael Cornfield

“The Observer”: “The Observer view on the Tokyo Olympics”

“The Intercept”: “The Murder of the U.S. Middle Class began 40 Years Ago This Week” by Jon Schwarz

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed: Cori Bush on the Shame and Power of Poverty”

“The Washington Post”: “The Post’s View: Sharing the Wealth” by Editorial

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“The Guardian”: “Simone Biles wins all of my medals” by Maeve Higgings

“The Guardian”: “Podcast – The authority gap: why women still aren’t being taken seriously”

“The Guardian”: “The Guardian’s view on Boris Johnson’s Brexit lies: reality demands a rewrite” by Editorial

“The Guardian”: “What has Norway learned from the Utoya attack 10 years ago?” by Sindre Bangstad

“The Guardian”: “Countdown to the airstrike: the moment Israeli forces hit al-Jalaa tower, Gaza” by Kaamil Ahmed, Joe Dyke and Anas Baba (text) & Gary Blight (interactive)

“The Guardian”: “Sajda Mughal: Tho women who survived 7/7 – quit her job and figths for a better world” by Afrifa Akbar

“The Guardian”: “’We walked for 18 hours, no food’: Taliban advance triggers exodus of Afghans” by Charlie Faulkner

“The Guardian”: “Lula 2022? Brazil braced for sensational political comeback” by Tom Phillips

“The Guardian”: “The long read – Under pressure: why athletes choke” by A Mark Williams &Tim Wigmore

“The Guardian”: “The long read: Man v. food: is lab-grown meat really going to solve our nasty agriculture problem?” by Jan Dutkiewicz & Gabriel N Rosenberg

“The Guardian”: “Buried in concrete: mafia architecture - in pictures” by Alessio Mamo, Roberto Saviano & Lorenzo Tondo

“The Intercept”: “How to Defend Yourself Against the Powerful New NSO Spyware Attacks Discovered Around the World” by The Intercept Security Team

“The Intercept”: “Daniel Hale Sentenced to 45 Months in Prison for Drone Leak” by Ryan Devereaux & Murtaza Hussain

“The Intercept”: “A Photographer Watched Syria’s Children as Their Government Bombed Them” by John Washington & Elise Swaine

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Technology: How to Achieve Sustainable Remote Work” by Cal Newport

“The New Yorker”: “A Critic At Large: Facebook’s Broken Vows” by Jill Lepore

“The New Yorker”: “The Art of the Hollywood Memoir” by Rachel Syme

“The New Yorker”: “The Photographs That Women Took” by Peter

“The New York Times”: “The Chinese Sport Machine’s Single Goal: The Most Gold, at Any Cost” by Hannah Beech

“The New York Times”: “As China Boomed, It Didn’t Take Climate Change into Account. Now It Must” by Steven Lee Myers, Keith Bradsher & Chris Buckley

“The New York Times”: “South Africa Is Falling Apart” by William Shoki

“The New York Times”: “What’s Ripping American Families Apart?” by David Brooks

“The New York Times”: “What Animals See in the Stars and What They Are Bound to Lose” by Joshua Sokol

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Qaddafi’s Son Is Alive and He Wants to Take Back Libya” by Robert F. Worth (text) & Jehad Nga (photographs)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Man Who Filed More Than 180 Disability Lawsuits” by Lauren Markham

“The Washington Post”: “Israel appears to have committed war crimes in May conflict with Hamas, Human Rights Watch says” by Miriam Berger

“The Washington Post”: “Yes, the office is back. It just might never be the same” by Eli Rosenberg

“The Washington Post”: “Takeaways form the Pegasus project”

“The Washington Post”: “The four decades that still define our world” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Atlantic”: “His Name Was Emmett Till” by Wright Thompson (text) & Hannah Price (photographs)

“The Atlantic”: “Who Owns Amanda Knox?” by Amanda Knox

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“The New York Times”: “Disinformation for Hire, a Shadow Industry Is Quietly Booming” by Max Fisher

“The New York Times”: “How Nations Are Learning to ‘Let It Go’ and Live with Covid” by Sui-Lee Wee

“The New York Times”: “Why I’m Sure Trump Will Run for President in 2024” by Michael Wolff

“The New York Times”: “England Is ‘Free’: And in Total Chaos” by Tanya Gold

“The New York Times”: “Facebook’s Next Target: The Religious Experience” by Elizabeth Dias

“The New York Times”: “Apocalypse Right Now” by Maureen Dowd

“The New York Times”: “How Racist Is America?” by David Brooks

“The New York Times”: “Why America’s Politics Are Stubbornly Fixed, Despite Momentous Changes” by Alexander Burns

“The New York Times”: “The Battle for 1776” by Jennifer Schuessler

“The New York Times”: “Simone Biles Is Redefining Female Power in Sports” by Lindsay Crouse

“The New York Times Magazine”: “A Personal History of the C-Section” by Leslie Jamison

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Learning to Love G.M.O.s” by Jennifer Khan

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How to Fall Off a Mountain” by Malia Wollan

“The New Yorker”: “Q & A: The Spyware Tool Tracking Dissidents Around the World” by Isaac Chotiner

“The New Yorker”: “Reconsidering the History of the Chinese Communist Party” by Isaac Chotiner

“The New Yorker”: “Is Cuba’s Communist Party Finally Losing Its Grip on the Country?” by Jon Lee Anderson

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: Coexisting with the Coronavirus” by Katherine S. Xue

“The New Yorker”: “Medical Dispatch: Treating the Unvaccinated” by Dhruv Khullar

“The New Yorker”: “Iran’s Kidnapping Plot Exposes Its Paranoia” by Robin Wright

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Democracy: Lubov Sobol’s Hope for Russia” by Masha Gessen

“The New York Review”: “Syrians Die in Western Media Darkness” by Muhammad Idrees Ahmad

“The New York Review”: “Confrontation in Colombia” by Alma Guillermoprieto

“The Washington Post”: “A princess raced to escape Dubai’s powerful ruler. Then her phone appeared on the list” by Drew Harwell

“The Washington Post”: “’Somebody has to do the dirty work’: NSO founders defend the spyware they built” by Elizabeth Dwoskin & Sira Rubin

“The Guardian”: “How NSO became the company whose software can spy on the world” by Stephanie Kirchgaessner

“The Guardian”: “Pegasus project turns spotlight on Spyware firm NSO’s ties to Israeli state” by Stephanie Kirchgaessner, Oliver Holmes & Shaun Walker

“The Guardian”: “Why have the Pegasus revelations received so little attention in Israel?” by Dahlia Scheindlin

“The Guardian”: “Podcast - The Pegasus project part 1: an invitation to Paris”

“The Guardian”: “The Pegasus project part 2: cat and mouse”

"The Guardian”: “The Pegasus project part 3: cartels, corruption and cyber-weapons”

“The Guardian”: “The Pegasus Project part 4: runaway princesses and the UK connection”

“The Guardian”: “Podcast – The Pegasus project part 5: the fightback against private spyware begins”

“The Guardian”: “’I shoot for the common man: the photographs of Danish Siddiqui”

“The Observer”: “Buried in concrete: how the mafia made a killing form the destruction of Italy’s south” by Roberto Saviani & Lorenzo Tondo

“Politico Magazine”: “The Last Commander” by James Kitfield

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“The Guardian”: “Revealed: Leak uncovers global abuse of anti-surveillance weapon” by Stephanie Kirchgaessner, Paul Lewis, David Pegg & Sam Cutler

“The Guardian”: “FT editor among 180 journalists identified by clients of spyware firm” by David Pegg, Paul Lewis, Michael Safi & Nina Lakhani

“The Guardian”: “Joe Biden: six months on, cold, hard reality eclipses early euphoria” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “The long read – The safe space: the cosmic importance of planetary quarantine” by Geoff Manaugh & Olivia Twilley

“The Guardian”: “The person to ‘weaken’ America: what the Kremlin papers said about Trump” by Luke Harding & Dan Sabbagh

“The Guardian”: “Heat exhaustion, apocalyptic scenes: what it’s like to fight US’s biggest wildfire” by Matthew Montoya

“The Guardian”: “Inside the mind of an Olympic athlete one week before the games”

“The Observer”: “The top journalist, the mafia boss and the gunman: Dutch fear the rise of ‘narco crime’” by Senay Boztas

“The Intercept”: “Israel: Joint Militias” by Yuval Abraham

“The Intercept”: “The Future Dystopic Hellscape Is Upon Us” by Sam Biddle

“Politico”: “The Future of Work Has Arrived, and It’s Messy” by Ben White & Eleanor Mueller

“Politico Magazine”: “Cuban Leaders Have Long Relied on Anti-Imperialist Anger. This Time, It’s Not Working” by Jennifer Lambe

“Foreign Policy”: “Regime Change Is not an Option for China” by Evan S. Medeiros & Ashley J. Tellis

“Wired”: “Iconic Yellowstone Park Faces Starling Climate Threats” by Adam Popescu

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History: My Slightly Unreal Pandemic Pregnancy” by Susanna Wolff

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Biden’s Washington - ‘You’re gonna have a fucking war’: Mark Milley’s Fight to Stop Trump from Striking Iran” by Susan B. Glasser

“The New Yorker”: “Vienna Is the New Havana Syndrome Hot Spot” by Adam Entous

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Technology: The First Light of Trinity” by Alex Wellerstein

“The New York Times”: “Marc Zuckerberg and Sheryll Sandberg’s Partnership Did Not Survive Trump” by Sheera Frankel & Cecilia Kang

“The New York Times”: “The Jeff Bezos Paradox” by Brad Stone

“The New York Times”: “Inside the Capitol Riot: An Exclusive Video Investigation” by The New York Times

“The New York Times”: “Gen Z Wants to Free the World from Email” by Sophia June

“The New York Times”: “Nonfiction: Michael Wolff on Donald Trump’s Last Days (for Now)” by Nicholas Leman

“The New York Times”: “Gossip Is Not a Sin” by Kelsey McKinney

“The New York Times”: “As the Press Weakens, so Does Democracy” by Charles M. Blow

“The New York Times”: “Why Is the Country Panicking about Critical Race Theory?” by Spencer Bokatt-Lindell

“The New York Times”: “Russia’s most aggressive ransomware group disappeared. It’s unclear who disabled them.” by David E. Sanger

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Why Jane Goodall Still Has Hopes for US Humans” by David Marchese

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Los Angeles Goes to War with Itself Over Homelessness” by Jaime Lowe

“TIME”: “It’s O.K. Not to Be O.K.” by Naomi Osaka

“Harvard Business Review”: “Why you’re so anxious of going back to the office” by Alice Boyes

“The Washington Post”: “’I Alone Can Fix it’ book excerpt: Inside Trump’s Election Day and the birth of the ‘big lie’” by Carol D. Leonnig & Philip Rucker

“The Washington Post”: “The two sides of Elon Musk” by Will Oremus

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

“The Atlantic”: “The Senate’s Grim Reaper” by Peter Nicholas

“The Atlantic”: “Democracy Is Surprisingly Easy to Undermine” by Anne Applebaum

“The Atlantic”: “Top Gun Is an Infomercial for America” by Megan Garber

“The Guardian”: “From viral videos to Fox News: how rightwing media fueled the critical race theory panic” by Julia Carrie Wong

“The Guardian”: “Conservative justices make it clear: they won’t stop anti-democratic voting laws” by the

“The Guardian”: “Jacob Zuma’s imprisonment is a victory for South Africa’s post-apartheid constitution” by Mark Gevisser

“The Guardian”: “’We live in a desert. We have to act like it’: Las Vegas faces reality of drought” by Oliver Milman

“The Guardian”: “Richard Branson’s quest: to boldy go where no billionaire has gone before” by Jasper Jolly & Gwyn Topham

“The Guardian”: “’This is the end’: Lebanon struggles to find political path through its crisis” by Martin Chulov

“The Guardian”: “’ They will never let go’: ISIS fighters regroup in the heart of Iraq” by Ghaith Abdul-Ahab

“The Guardian”: “Picture Essay - ‘We thought we would return’: 10 years on, Syrian refugees dream of home” by Francesca Volpi

“The Guardian”: “The long read – The invisible addiction: is it time to give up caffeine?” by Michael Pollan

“The Guardian”: “The long read – The toppling of Saddam’s statue: how the US military made a myth” by Alex von Tunzelmann

“The New Yorker”: “Books: What Makes a Cult a Cult?” by Zoe Heller

“The New Yorker”: “Books: Looking for a Snow Leopard” by Kathryn Schulz

“The New Yorker”: “The Art World: The Medicis As Artists Saw Them” by Peter Schjedahl

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Minneapolis: Derek Chauvin’s Trial and George Floyd’s City” by Jelani Cobb

“The New Yorker”: “Growing Pains: Driving Lessons” by Margaret Atwood

“The New Yorker”: “What We Need to Learn from The Tragedy of Surfside” by Amy Davidson Sorkin

“New York Magazine”: “Book Excerpt: Donald Trump’s January 6 – The view from the Oval Office” by Michael Wolff

“The New York Times”: “Why Haiti Still Despairs After $13 Billion of Foreign Aid” by Maris Abi-Habib

“The New York Times”: “Haiti’s in Peril, and There Are No Simple Options” by Amy Wilentz

“The New York Times”: “Opinion: Summer Travel Is Back. Earth Can’t Handle It” by Farhad Manjoo

“The New York Times”: “A Battle Between a Great City and a Great Lake” by Dan Egan (text) & Lyndon French (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “The People We Leave Behind in Afghanistan” by Farah Stockman

“The New York Times”: “The ‘Ugly Truth’ About Facebook” by Sarah Frier

“The New York Times”: “Everything I Know About Hope I Know from My Dog” by Maragret Renkl

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Man Behind China’s Aggressive New Voice” by Alex W. Palmer

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Rep. Adam Kinzinger on the Failure of Republicans and the Big Lie” by David Marchese

“The New York Review”: “Why Did We Invade Iraq?” by Fred Kaplan

“The New Yok Review”: “Ravenna Between East and West” by Josephine Quinn

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“The Guardian”: “Rohingya United: the football team bringing together refugees” by Emma Kemp

“The Observer”: “After the retreat: What now for Afghanistan?” by Emma Graham-Harrison & Akthar Mohammed Makoii

“The Observer”: “The observer view on US and Nato withdrawal from Afghanistan”

“The Observer”: “Summer reads to get lost in”

“The New York Times”: “Donald H. Rumsfeld, Defense Secretary During Iraq War, Is Dead at 88” by Robert D. McFadden

“The New York Times”: “Donald Rumsfeld’s Fog of Memos” by Errol Morris

“The New York Times”: “’Red Cradles’ Nurture China’s Next Generation of Communist Leaders” by Chris Buckley & Keith Bradsher

“The New York Times”: “These Chinese Millennials Are ‘Chilling’ and Beijing Isn’t Happy” by Elsie Chan

“The New York Times”: “Israel Dispatch: Fight Over a Gentle Stream Distils Israel’s Political Divide” by Isabel Kershner

“The New York Times”: “Inside the Tumultuous Years Before The Florida Condo Collapse” by Patricia Mazzei, Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura, Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs, Alexandra J. Petri & Stephanie Saul

“The New York Times”: “The ‘Divas’ Who Serenaded and Seduced the Arab World” by Farah Nayeri

“The New York Times”: “50 Reasons to Love Joni Mitchell’s ‘Blue’” by The New York Times

“The New York Times”: “The Health Benefits of Coffee” by Jane E. Brody

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The War on History Is a War on Democracy” by Timothy Snyder

“The New York Times Magazine”: “My Father Vanished When I Was 7. The Mystery Made Me Who I Am” by Nicholas Casey

“The New Yorker”: “Dispatch: Sifting Silently Through Surfside’s Rubble” by Stephania Tallarid

“The New Yorker”: “After a Hundred Years, What Has China’s Communist Party Learned?” by Evan Osnos

“The New Yorker”: “A Father’s Final Odyssey” by Daniel Mendelsohn

“The New Yorker”: “Profiles: The Man Who Controls the Senate” by Evan Osnos

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Religion: The Women Who want to be Priests” by Margaret Talbot

“The New Yorker”: “The Mad, Bad Business of Railway Tycoons” by Adam Gopnik

“The New York Review”: “Rumsfeld: Why We Live in His Ruins” by Mark Danner

“The New York Review”: “Bob Dylan, Historian” by Sean Wilentz

“The Washington Post”: “Juneteenth”

“The Washington Post”: “Inseparable: Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter” by Kevin Sullivan & Mary Jordan

“The Washington Post”: “Climate change could cost condo boards billions of dollars. They aren’t ready for it” by Evan McKenzie

“Politico Magazine”: “Opinion: The Don Rumsfeld the Obituaries Won’t Write About” by Matt Latimer

“Politico Magazine”: “The Podcasting Feud Over the Iraq War’ Legacy” by Derek Robertson

“The Atlantic”: “The Trump Organization Is in Big Trouble” by Daniel Hemel

“The Atlantic”: “The Internet Is Rotting” by Jonathan Zittrain

“The Atlantic”: “Fox News Gets a British Accent” by Helen Lewis

“The Atlantic”: “6 Months Inside one of America’s Most Dangerous Industries” by Michael Holtz

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“The New York Times”: “The Pentagon Papers at 50: A Special Report”

“The New York Times”: “Naftali Bennett, Israel’s New Prime Minister, Surprised Us All” by Noga Tarnopolsky

“The New York Times”: “Rome Gets Its First Pizza Vending Machine. Will Romans Bite?” by Elisabetta Povoledo

“The New York Times”: “Life and Death on the Lighthouse of the Mediterranean” by Gaia Squarzi (photographs and video) & Robin George Andrews

“The New York Times”: “Long Buried Secrets: The Serial Killer and the Detective” by Michael Wilson

“The New York Times”: “How to Describe America’s Character Through Its Favorite How-To Books” by John Williams

“The New York Times”: “The 21 Best Comedies of the 21st Century (So Far)”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Your Face Is Not Your Own” by Kashmir Hill

“The New Yorker”: “Iran Moves Towards a One-Party State” by Robin Wright

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Silicon Valley: Dies Tech Need a New Narrative?” by Anna Wiener

“The New Yorker”: “When Graphs Are a Matter of Life and Death” by Hannah Fry

“The New Yorker”: “Juneteenth and the Meaning of Freedom” by Jelani Cobb

“The New Yorker”: “The Long War Against Slavery” by Casey Cep

“The New Yorker”: “Can Biden Reverse Trump’s Damage to the State Department?” by Ronan Farrow

“The New York Review”: “CCP: A Most Adaptable Party” by Ian Johnson

“The New York Review”: “Women as War Criminals: More Than Accomplices” by Lindsey Hilsum

“The Atlantic”: “How America Fractures into Four Parts” by George Packer

“The Atlantic”: “The Psychological Benefits of Commuting to Work” by Jerry Useem

“The Intercept”: “Reality Winner, Whistleblower on Russian Hacking, Is Releases from Prison” by Peter Maas

“The Intercept”: “In the Least Wired Country on Earth, U.S. Military Asks Airstrike Victims to File Complaints Online” by Nick Turse

“Wired”: “What If Doctors Are Always Watching, But Never There?” by Neil Singh

“The 19th”: “Barack Obama: ‘Women have found themselves in an impossible situation” by Errin Haines

“The Guardian”: “The martyr who may rise again: Christian right’s faith in Trump not shaken” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “The long read - Inside the Mind of a Murderer: the power and limits of forensic psychiatry” by Taj Nathan

“The Guardian”: “Four unhelpful myths about dementia: ‘Our bleak view is often unjustified” by Kailas Roberts

“The Guardian”: “’It’s brutal’: Las Vegas cooks amid blazing heatwave – and it’s going to get worse”

“The Observer”: “Iran’s president elect, Ebrahim Raisi, is hardliner linked with mass executions” by Patrick Wintour

“The Observer”: “QAnon and on: why the fight against extremism is far from over” by Tim Adams

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“The Guardian”: “American democracy is fighting for its life – and Republicans don’t care” by Robert Reich

“The Guardian”: “Joe Biden’s reforming agenda at risk of dying a slow death in Congress” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Can the US avoid another Trump?”

“The Guardian”: “Euro 2020: 24 fans from 24 countries preview the tournament” by Guardian readers & Paul Campbell

“The Guardian”: “World’s most liveable city: Auckland wins as Covid shakes up ratings” by Tess McClure & agencies

“The Guardian”: “The long read – The elephant vanishes: how a circus family went on the run” by Laura Spinnney

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: The danger – and beauty of ultrarunning”

“The Guardian”: “10 top novels told in a single day” by James Clammer

“The Observer”: “Rocket men: Bezos, Musk and Branson vie for space supremacy” by  Richard Luscombe

“The Atlantic”: “The Fundamental Question of the Pandemic Is Shifting” by Ed Yong

The Atlantic”: “Democracy Is Already Dying in the States” by Ronald Brownstein

“Vanity Fair”: “The Mogul and the Monster: Inside Jeffrey Epstein’s Decades-Long Relationship with His Biggest Client” by Gabriel Sherman

“Vanity Fair”: “Bill and Linda Gates’ Divorce Saga Enters Its Next Stage” by Gabriel Sherman, Nick Bilton & Emily Jane Fox

“Wilson Center”: “Life on the Ground in Iran: From the View of the people” by Tara Rahmani

“Outside”: “The Crystal Hunters of Chamonix” by Simon Akam

“The Washington Post”: “What is Anom, and how did law enforcement use it to arrest hundreds in a global sting?” by Antonia Noori Farzan & Adam Taylor

“The Washington Post”: “The world is horrified at the dysfunction of American democracy” by Brian Klaas

“The Washington Post”: “Long overlooked, Israel’s Arab citizens are increasingly asserting their Palestinian identity” by Griff Witte & Sufian Taha

”The Washington Post Magazine”: “Art with a point” by Christian Font & Clare Ramirez

“The New Yorker”: “The Defeat of Benjamin Netanyahu” by Ruth Margalit

“The New Yorker”: “How Nasty Was Nero Really?” by Rebecca Mead

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At large: The Murder Scandalizing Brazil’s Evangelical Church” by Jon Lee Anderson

“The New Yorker”: “How A City Comes Back to Life” by Adam Gopnik

“The New Yorker”: “The ProPublica Revelations Show Why We Need to Tax Wealth More Effectively” by John Cassidy

“ProPublica”: “The Secret IRS Files: Inside the Tax Records of the 0.01 %”

“The New York Times”: “Fat Cats on a Hot Tin Roof” by Maureen Dowd

“The New York Times”: “How to Think Outside Your Brain” by Annie Murphy Paul

“The New York Times”: “An Israeli Death and the Tangled Conflict It Left Behind” by Roger Cohen

“The New York Times”: “A House Divided: A Palestinian, A Settler and the Struggle for East Jerusalem” by Patrick Kingsley

“The New York Times”: “A Path for Forgiveness After Unimaginable Loss in Iraq” by Jane Arraf

“The New York Times”: “In Shadow of Navalny Case, What’s Left of Russia’s Opposition?” by Andrew E. Kramer

“The New York Times”: “What Is a Flying Car?”  by Cade Metz& Erin Griffith

“The New York Times”: “The Ezra Klein Show: Barack Obama on Joe Biden ‘Finishing the Job’”

“The New York Times”: “What Kind of City Should New York Be?” by Kim Phillips-Fein

“The New York Times”: “Why the Lab Leak Theory Matters” by Ross Douthat

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Mystery of the $113 Million Deli” by Jesse Barron

“The New York Times Magazine”: “New York Is Back. Now It Has a Second Chance” by Jonathan Mahler (text) and Jorge Colombo (illustrations)

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“The Guardian”: “How the Covid shock has revolutionized generation Z” by Paul Mason

“The Guardian”: Podcast - “The Wuhan lab leak theory”

“The Guardian”: “’So many revolutions to lead’: Europe’s generation Z on their post-Covid future”

“The Guardian”: “’A question of dignity’: the pathologist identifying migrants drowned in the Med” by Lorenzo Tondo

“The Guardian”: “The United Kingdom was always a fragile institution – but what will replace it?” by Alex Niven

“The Guardian”: “Naftali Bennet, Israel’s far-left prime minister in waiting” by Oliver Holmes

“The Guardian”: “Why Israeli progressives have started to talk about ‘apartheid” by Michael Sfard

“The Guardian”: “The long read – The empty office: what we lose when we work from home” by Gillian Tett

“The Guardian”: “The long read: Is it too late to save Hong Kong from Beijing’s authoritarian grasp?” by Howard W French

“The Guardian”: “The long read: Why every single statue should come down” by Gary Younge

“Longreads”: “The State of Waiting” by Caitlyn Dwyer

“Politico Magazine”: “Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Turn Celebrity into Power. But Why?” by Michael Kruse

“Politico Magazine”: “The Biden Revolution Sputters Before It Even Gets Started” by Rich Lowry

“Galaxy Brain”: ”The Internet Is Flat” by Charlie Warzel

“The New York Review”: “’Reality Rebellion’” by Mark Danner

“The New York Review”: “Cracks in the Israeli Consensus” by David Shulman

“The New York Review”: “’Democracy Is at Stake’” by Claudia Dreifus

“The New York Review”: “China’s Spring” by Orville Schell

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Technology: How to Negotiate with Ransom Ware Hackers” by Rachel Monroe

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Silicon Valley: The Pied Piper of SPACS” by Charles Duhigg

“The New Yorker”: “Books: The Last Battle Over Big Business” by Nicholas Lemann

“The New Yorker”: “Protests in Colombia, Elections in Peru, and Other Chaos in the Andes” by Jon Lee Andersen

“The New Yorker”: “Dept. of Returns: The Age of Reopening Anxiety” by Anna Russell

“The New York Times”: “France Is Becoming More Like America. It’s Terrible” by Cole Stangler

“The New York Times”: “’I Had never Faced the Reality of Death’: A Surgeon Becomes a Patient” by Denise Grady

“The New York Times”: “My Ears Might Never Be Bored Again” by Farhad Manjoo

“The New York Times”: “United Airlines Wants to Bring Back Supersonic Air Travel” by Lauren Hirsch

“The New York Times”: “Does Virtual Reality Therapy Help?” by Dani Blum

“The New York Times”: “Something Bothering You. Talk to a Woebot” by Karen Brown

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Disease Detective” by Jennifer Kahn

“The New York Times Magazine”: “What Will My Son Remember of This Horrible Year” by Alejandro Zambra

“The Washington Post”: “A Palestinian Writer and an Israel Writer Exchange Emails – and Seek Common Ground”

“The Washington Post”: “Gaza’s bereaved civilians fear justice will never come” by Karin Laub & Fares Akram

«The Washington Post»: «Joe Biden: My trip to Europe is about America rallying the world’s democracies” by Joe Biden

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“The New York Times”: “There Is a Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict” by Tzipi Livni

“The New York Times”: ”Gaza: They Were Only Children” by Mona El-Naggar, Adam Rasgon & Mona Boshnaq

“The New York Times”: “Russia Raises Heat on Twitter, Google and Facebook in Online Crackdown” by Adam Satariano & Oleg Matsnev

“The New York Times”: “Every Belarusian Journalist I Know Is in Jail or Exile” by Alexey Kovalev

“The New York Times”: “They Went wo War, They’re Now Back, Burying Their Own” by Jaspar Craven

“The New York Times”: “Ask Yourself Which Books You Truly Love” by Salman Rushdie

The New York Times”: “The Take: Film or Real Life” by Jolie Ruben, Amanda Webster (production) & Raillan Brooks (interviews)

“The New York Times”: “Summer Readings”

“The New York Times”: “What the Tulsa Race Massacre Destroyed” by Yuliya Pashina-Kottas, Anjali Singhvy, Audra D. S. Burch, Troy Griggs, Mika Gröndahl, Lingdong Huang, Tim Wallace, Jeremy White & Josh Williams

“The New York Times Magazine”: “100 Years After the Tulsa Massacre, What Does Justice Look Like?” by Caleb Gayle

“The New York Times Magazine”: “America Is on the Road to a Better Economy. But Better for Whom?” by Ben Casselman

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Espionage: Are U.S. Officials Under Secret Attack?” by Adam Entous

“The New Yorker”: “Brave New World Dept.: What Robots Can – and Can’t Do – for the Old and Lonely” by Katie Engelhart

“The New Yorker”: “American Chronicles: Are We Entering a New Political Era?” by Andrew Marantz

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Dark Side of Congo’s Cobalt Rush” by Nicolas Niarchos

“The New Yorker”: “A Critic At Large: From Guns to Gay Marriage: How Did Rights Take over Politics?” by Kelefa Sanneh

“The New Yorker”: “Comment: In Gaza, an Impasse Cannot Be Taken for Stability” by Steve Coll

“The New Yorker”: “The Sudden Rise of the Coronavirus Lab-Leak Theory” by Benjamin Wallace-Wells

“The New Yorker”: “The Power and Paranoia of the BBC’s Princess Diana Interview” by Sam Knight

“The New York Review”: “What Price Is Right?” by Cass R. Sunstein

“The Washington Post”: “Timeline: How the Wuhan lab-leak theory suddenly became credible” by Glenn Kessler

“The Guardian”: “’Boxing is a mess’: the darkness and damage of brain trauma in the ring” by Donald McRae

“The Guardian”: “Will rule of law succeed where Congress failed and hold Trump accountable?” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “From tribal politics to the world stage: New Zealand’s pioneering foreign minister” by Tess McClure

“The Guardian”: “Did Jordan’s closest allies plot to unseat its king” by Martin Chulov & Michael Safi

“The Guardian”: “The BBC has blundered. But its enemies must not be free to define its future” by Alan Rusbridger

“Politico Magazine”: “What George Floyd Changed” by Politico Magazine

“Politico Magazine”: “The Women Who Enabled Jeffrey Epstein” by Tara Palmeri

“The Intercept”: “Israeli Police Round Up Palestinian Protesters Out of Global Spotlight” by Robert Mackey

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed Podcast: Life and Death in Occupied Palestine”

“ProPublica”: “How the U.S. Triggered a Massacre in Mexico” by Ginger Thompson

“The Atlantic”: “Other Regimes Will Hijack Planes Too” by Anne Applebaum

“GQ”: “The Marathon Men Who Can’t Go Home” by David Alm

..........Kalenderwoche 22..........

“The Guardian”: “We don’t recognize our own city: Israeli barrage redraws the map of Gaza” by Oliver Holmes and Hashem Balousha

“The Guardian”: “From the river to the sea, Jews and Arabs must forge a shared future” by Kenan Malik

“The Guardian”: “The long read: A Jewish case for Palestinian refugee return” by Peter Beinart

“The Guardian”: “Israel should take note: the weight of opinion is turning against it” by Jonathan Freedland

“The Guardian”: “Boycotts and sanctions helped rid South Africa of apartheid – is Israel next in line?” by Chris McGreal

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Life inside Gaza during 11 days of bombardment”

“The Guardian”: “What links cybercrime, terrorism and illegal trade? Dark money” by Oliver Bullough

“The Guardian”: “Stench of death pervades rural India as Ganges swells with Covid victims” by Hannah Ellis-Petersen & Saurabh Sharma

“The Guardian”: “Lock him up? Why is repeat offender Donald Trump still a free man?” by Simon Tisdall

“The Guardian”: “Parents risk children’s lives – the alternatives are worse': on board a migrant rescue ship” by Sara Cincurova

“The Guardian”: “The long read – ‘A united nations of crime’: how Marbella became a magnet for gangsters” by Nacho Carretero & Arturo Lezcano

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Rio de Janeiro’s deadliest police raid”

“The Atlantic”: “No One Is Coming to Help the Palestinians” by Kim Ghattas

“Wired”: “The Full Story of the Stunning RSC Hack Can Finally Be Told” by Andy Greeberg

“The Washington Post”: “The only way to solve the Israeli-Palestinian problem” by Fareed Zakaria

“The Washington Post”: “As cryptocurrency goes wild, fears grow about who might get hurt” by Hamza Shaban

“The Washington Post”: “After the violence in ’Football City, USA” by Kent Babb

“The New York Times”: “Secret Sharers: The Hidden Ties Between Private Spies and Journalists” by Barry Meier

“The New York Times”: “The Untold Story of the NFT Boom” by Clive Thompson

“The New York Times”: “Has Biden Changed? He Tells Us” by David Brooks

“The New Yorker”: “The Larger Lessons of Liz Cheney’s Ouster” by Nicholas Lemann

“The New York Times”: “How Republicans Could Steal the 2024 Elections” by Michelle Goldberg

“The New York Times”: “These Invisible Whales Could Sink the Economy” by Alexis Goldstein

“The New York Times”: “Israel’s Real Existential Threat” by Yossi Klein Halevi

“The New York Times”: “Israel Is Falling Apart, Because the Conflict Controls Us” by Dahlia Scheindlin

“The New York Times”: “Mob violence Against Palestinians in Israel Is Fuelled by WhatsApp Groups” by Sheera Frenkel

“The New Yorker”: “American Chronicles - Burnout: Modern Affliction or Human Condition?” by Jill Lepore

“The New Yorker”: “Medical Dispatch: The Lonely, Vital Work of Medical Interpretation” by Clifford Marks

“The New Yorker”: “The Sporting Scene: Can Horseracing Survive?” by William Finnegan

“Politico Magazine”: “’I’d Never Been Involved in Anything as Secret as This” by Garrett M. Graff

“Pro Publica”: “Who Is This Monster?” by Catherine Rentz (text) & Isabel Seliger (illustrations)

“The New York Review”: “How Can We Stop Gun Violence?” by Francesca Mari

“The New York Review”: “The Roots of Ruanda’s Genocide” by Helen Epstein & Claude Gatebuke

“Foreign Policy”: “Bad News Bearers” by Michael Moran

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

“The New York Times”: “After Years of Quiet, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Exploded. Why Now?” by Patrick Kingsley

“The New York Times”: “Lies on Social Media Inflame Israeli-Palestinian Conflict” by Sheera Frankel

“The New York Times”: “What Your Taxes Are Paying for in Israel” by Nicholas Kristof

“The New York Times”: “If the Left Got Its Wish for Israel” by Bret Stephens

“The New York Times”: “Palestinian Refugees Deserve to Go Home. Jews Should Understand” by Peter Beinart

“The New York Times”: “Bernie Sanders: The U.S. Must Stop Being an Apologist for the Netanyahu Government” by Bernie Sanders

“The New York Times”: “A City Under Siege: What the War Looks Like on Afghanistan’s Front Line” by Thomas Gibbons-Neff

“The New York Times”: “What I Learned About Democracy from the Movies” by A.O. Scott

“The New York Times”: “Nonfiction: To Understand Amazon, We Must Understand Jeff Bezos” by Ben Smith

“The New York Times”: “The Moon, Mars and Beyond: China’s Ambitious Plans in Space” by Steven Lee Myers

“The New York Times”: “Drag Commodity Traders Out of the Shadow” by Javier Blas & Jack Farchy

“The New Yorker”: “Is Mars Ours?” by Adam Mann

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History: Pearls” by David Sedaris

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: Robinhood’s Bug Gamble” by Sheela Kolhatkar

“The New Yorker”: “We’ve Had Had Great Success Extending Life. What About Ending It?” by Brooke Jarvis

“The New York Review”: “The King of Little England” by Fintan O’Toole

“The New York Review”: “Ending the Kennedy Romance” by Michael Kazin

“The New York Review”: “The Future of Fracking” by Willa Glickman

“The Washington Post”: “The roar of an Israeli airstrike, buildings collapsed and a family buried under rubble” by Hazem Balousha & Loveday Morris

“The Washington Post”: “The new CNN is more opinionated and emotional. Can it still be ‘the most trusted name in news’?” by Jeremy Barr

“The Atlantic”: “How Capitalism Drives Cancel Culture” by Helen Lewis

“The Atlantic”: “Unlocking the Mysteries of Long COVID” by Meghan O’Rourke

“The Intercept”: “States can’t control the narrative on Israel-Palestine any more” by Murtaza Hussain

“The Guardian”: “The violence that began at Jerusalem’s ancient holy sites is driven by a distinctly modern zeal” by Yair Wallach

“The Guardian”: “Once this violence in Israel and Gaza ends, there can be no return to ‘normal” by Johnathan Freedland

“The Guardian”: “EU citizens arriving in UK being locked up and expelled” by Giles Tremlett & Lisa O’Carroll

“The Guardian”: “’Bodies are being eaten by hyenas; girls of eight raped’: inside the Tigray conflict” by Tracy McVeigh

“The Guardian”: “Liz Cheney’s ousting proves ‘the big lie’ is the Republican Party’s religion” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “Can ‘Never Trump’ Republicans gain party control or is it a lost cause?” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Can Labour survive Britain’s political realignment?”

“The Guardian”: “Why is the world still being hit by wave after wave of Covid when we know how to stop it?” by Helen Clark & Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

“The Guardian”: “Podcast – Cold comfort: how cold water swimming cured my broken heart”

“Wired”: “Here’s What It Takes to fly a Drone on Mount Everest” by Mark Synnott

“Outside”: “Emily Ford Hiked 1’200 Miles in the Dead of Winter” by Grayson Haver Currin

..........Kalenderwoche 20..........

“The Guardian”: “Interview - ’He’s like an upside down iceberg’: historian Jon Meacham on Joe Biden” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “To understand why Joe Biden has shifted left, look at the people working for him” by Joel Wertheimer

“The Guardian”: “Decades ahead of this time: history catches up with visionary Jimmy Carter” by Megan Mayhew Bergman

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: America’s gun debate – why we’re getting it so wrong”

“The Guardian”: “Why do Americans die earlier then Europeans?” by Samuel Preston & Yana Vierboom

“The Guardian”: “It’s not just in Britain – across Europe social democracy is losing its way” by Tarik Abou-Chadi & Jane Gingrich

“The Guardian”: “Interview – Michael Lewis: We were incentivized to have a bad pandemic response” by Andrew Anthony

“The Guardian”: “The long read - Escape to glory: the intoxicating myth of boxing as ‘a way out’” by Declan Ryan

“The Guardian”: “Times change, but the Guardian’s values don’t: 200 years, and we’ve only just begun” by Katherine Viner

“The Guardian”: “Covering India’s Covid crisis: ‘Hundreds of journalists have lost their lives” by Hannah Ellis-Peterson as told to Sophie Zeldin-O’Neil

“The Observer”: “Raid on Dieppe masked secret mission to steal Nazi’s enigma machine” by Andrew Gumbel

“The Atlantic”: “India Is What Happens When Rich People Do Nothing” by Vidya Krishnan

“The Atlantic”: “Can Democrats Avoid a Wipeout in 2022?” by Ronald Brownstein

“The Atlantic”: “The GOP Is a Grave Threat to American Democracy” by Peter Wehner

“The New York Times”: “Evictions in Jerusalem Become Focus of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict” by Patrick Kingsley

“The New York Times”: “Why Jerusalem’s Aqsa Mosque Is an Arab-Israeli Fuse” by Rick Gladstone

“The New York Times”: “Rights Group Hits Israel with Explosive Charge:. Apartheid” by Patrick Kingsley

“The New York Times”: “Is There A War Coming between China and the U.S.?” by Thomas L. Friedman

“The New York Times”: “’Belonging Is Stronger Than Facts’: The Age if Disinformation” by Max Fisher

“The New York Times”: “The Psychedelic Revolution Is Coming. Psychiatry May Never Be the Same” by Andrew Jacobs”

“The New York Times”: “Is Capitalism Killing Conservativism?” by Ross Douthat

“The New York Times”: “17 Years. That’s How Long I’ve Waited to Hear These Insects” by David Rothenberg

“The New York Times”: “The Art Market Often Works in Secret. Here’s a Look Inside” by Albert-Laszlo Barabasi

“The New York Times”: “5 Minutes That Will Make You Love Choral Music”

"The New York Times Magazine”: “Liz Cheney vs. MAGA” by Robert Draper

“The New Yorker”: ”Biden’s Great Economic Rebalancing” by John Cassidy

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Glasgow: Nicola Sturgeon’s Quest for Scottish Independence” by Sam Knight

“The New Yorker”: “On the Border, Two Versions of One Immigration Reality” by Stephania Talarid

“The New Yorker”: “How the Pentagon Started Taking U.F.O.s Seriously” by Gideon Lewis-Kraus

“The New York Review”: “Losing No Time” by Jessica T. Mathews

“The New York Review”: “Marc Riboud’s Roving Lens” by Carole Naggar

“The New York Review”: “Ancient Egypt for the Egyptians” by Ursula Lindsey

“The Washington Post”: “If Bill and Melinda Gates can’t make a marriage work, what hope is there for the rest of us” by Lisa Bonos

“The Washington Post”: “Who is Alexi Navalny, the Kremlin critic who has fallen ill in a Russian penal colony?” by Adam Taylor, Ruby Mellon, Siobhan O’Grady & Miriam Berger

“The Washington Post”: “From memes to race war: how extremists use popular culture to lure recruits” by Marc Fisher

“Wired”: “The Confessions of a Hacker Who Saved the Internet” by Andy Greenberg

“Bloomberg Businessweek”: “The Untold Story of How Jeff Bezos Beat the Tabloids” by Brad Stone

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

“The Guardian”: “The long read – “’We are witnessing a crime against humanity’: Arundhati Roy on India’s Covid catastrophe” by Arundhati Roy

“The Guardian”: “It’s unfathomable’: Israel mourns after deadly crush at religious festival” by Oliver Holmes, Quique Kierszenbaum & Harriet Sherwood

“The Guardian”: “The long read – The clockwork universe: is free will an illusion?” by Oliver Burkeman

“The Guardian”: “The Man on a mission to reveal the ‘souls’ of vanishing glaciers” by Patrick Barkham

“The Guardian”: “’War weary’ Libya reflects 10 years in from Gaddafi and Arab Spring” by Peter Beaumont

“The Guardian”: “Interview - Mona Eltahawy: ‘Feminism is not a T-shirt or a 5 tom 9 job. It’s my existence” by Sirin Kale

“The Guardian”: “Celebrating Derek Chauvin’s conviction is not enough. We want to live” by Derecka Purnell

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Is sitting still slowly killing us?”

“The Guardian”: “Can any fool read the news? Tim Dowling finds out” by Tim Dowling

“The Guardian”: “The ‘doctor’ keeps watch: Assad posters loom over shattered Syria – in pictures”

“the Paris Review”: “A Kind of Packaged Aging Process” by Ian Morris

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed Podcast: Joe Biden’s War Powers”

“The Intercept”: “Joe Biden: Empire Politician» by Jeremy Scahill

“Vanity Fair”: “The Royal Family’s Continental Rift” by Michelle Ruiz

“The New Yorker”: “A Medical Dispatch: A Doctor’s Dark Year” by Dhruv Khullar

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Medicine: Do Brain Implants Change Your Identity” by Christine Kenneally

“The New Yorker”: “The Incredible Rise of North Korea’s Hacking Army” by Ed Caesar

“The New Yorker”: “Cuba After the Castros” by Jon Lee Anderson

“The New York Review”: “A Praise House of Many Mansions” by Eric Dunbar Armstrong

“The New York Review”: “Dashiell Hammett: A Memoir” by Lillian Hellman

“The New York Times”: “’Death Is the Only Truth’: Watching India’s Funeral Pyres Burn” by Aman Sethi

“The New York Times”: “Iran Rattled As Israel Repeatedly Strikes Key Targets” by Ben Hubbard, Farnaz Fassihi & Ronen Berman

“The New York Times”: “Phone Scammers Talked Her into Handing Over $33 Million” by Tiffany May

“The New York Times”: “A Global Tipping Point for Reigning in Tech Has Arrived” by Paul Mozur, Ceciclia Kang, Adam Satariano & David McCabe

“The New York Times”: “The Death of George Floyd Reignited a Movement. What Now?” by Audra D. S. Buch, Amy Harmon, Sabrina Tavernise & Emily Badger

“The New York Times”: “The Supreme Court’s Increasingly Dim View of the News Media” by Adam Liptak

“The New York Times”: “Why Trump Is Still Their Guy” by Thomas B. Edsall

“The New York Times”: “The Robot Surgeon Will See You Now” by Cade Metz

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How Long Can We Live?” by Ferris Jabr

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Joy of Playing Soccer with Strangers” by Geneva Abdul

“The Washington Post”: “By bearing witness – and hitting ‘record – 17-year-old Darnella Frazier may have changed the world” by Margaret Sullivan

“The Washington Post”: “The verdict: His life mattered” by Robin Givhan

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The Search for Environmental Hope” by David Montgomery

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “The Emergence of Jews in Colombia” by Heidi Paster Harf

“Harper’s Magazine”: “Sign of the Times” by James Harkin

..........Kalenderwochen 17 + 18..........

“The New York Times”: “I Fought in Afghanistan. I still wonder, Was it Worth It?” by Timothy Kudo

“The New York Times”: “Afghans Wonder ‘What About Us?’ as U. S. Troops Prepare to Withdraw” by Thomas Gibbons-Neff

“The New York Times”: “The Crucial Questions for Afghanistan” by Adam Nossiter

“The New York Times”: “How the U.S. Plans to Fight from Afar After Troops Exit Afghanistan” by Eric Schmitt & Helen Cooper

“The New York Times”: “13 Key Moments That Shaped the Trial of Derek Chauvin” by Will Wright

“The New York Times”: “The Books That Made Me: 8 Writers on Their Literary Inspiration”

“The New York Times”: “Why Spy Agencies Say the Future Is Bleak” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “100 Days Without Trump in Twitter: A Nation Scrolls More Calmly” by Sarah Lyall

“The New York Times”: “Bernard Madoff, Architect of Largest Ponzi Scheme in History, Is Dead at 82” by Diana B. Henriques

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Woman Who Made Van Gogh” by Russell Shorto

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Andrew Cuomo’s White-Knuckle Ride” by Matt Flegenheimer

“The New Yorker”: “The Lessons of America’s Longest War” by Steve Coll

“The New Yorker”: “Our Local Correspondents: Fighting America’s Gun Plague” by Ian Frazier

“The New Yorker”: “Q & A. How the Pandemic Changed Europe” by Isaac Chotiner

“The New Yorker”: “Last Exit from Afghanistan” by Dexter Filkins

“The New Yorker”: “The G.O.P.’s Matt Gaetz Problem” by Amy Davidson Sorkin

“The New York Review”: “The Companionship of Nature” by Colin Thubron

“The New York Review”: “Can America Remain Preeminent’” by Howard W. French

“Politico Magazine”: “Panic Rooms, Birth Certificates and the Birth of GOP Paranoia” by John Boehner

“Politico Magazine”: “McConnell vs. Trump: Why the GOP Is Right to Worry” by Jeff Greenfield

“Politico Magazine”: “The Tragic Mediocrity of U.S. Congress” by John F. Harris

«The Washington Post»: «Investigations – The war in Afghanistan – Promises to win, but no victory” by Craig Whitlock

“The Washington Post”: “Cuba’s Castro period to end as Raul announces he will step down from Communist Party post” by Anthony Faiola

“The Guardian”: “What did 20 years of Western intervention in Afghanistan? Ruination” by Simon Jenkins

“The Guardian”: “’ Terrible days ahead’: Afghanistan’s women fear the return of the Taliban” by Akhtar Mohammed Makoii / Michael Safi

“The Guardian”: “Myanmar’s lost generation: nation’s youth scarifying futures for freedom” by Guardian reporter in Myanmar

“The Guardian”: “World Press Photo 2021 winners – in pictures”

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: David Cameron’s lobbying scandal”

“The Guardian”: “The long read – Out of thin air – the mystery of the man who fell from the sky” by Sirin Kale

“The Guardian”: “It’s a day off”: wiretaps show Mediterranean migrants were left to die” by Lorenzo Tondo

“The Guardian”: “Hong Kong’s Jimmy Lai and his media empire face uncertain future” by Vincent Ni

“The Guardian”: “Millions of Americans think the election was stolen. How worried should we be about more violence?” by Lois Beckett

“London Review of Books”: “Gargantuanisation” by John Lanchester

“London Review of Books”: “LRB Podcast: The Long Way Round” by John Lanchester & Thomas Jones

“Wired”: “An Oral History of the Day Everything Changed” by Garrett M. Graff

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

“The Guardian”: “Obituary: The Duke of Edinburgh” by Stephen Bates

“The Guardian”: “The consequences of Boris Johnson’s careless Brexit are playing out in Northern Ireland” by Jonathan Freedland

“The Guardian”: “’It’s an utter myth’: how Nomadland exposes the cult of the western” by Xen Brooks

“The Guardian”: “Prince Philip had a walk-on part in the royal drama, but he played it to perfection” by Simon Jenkins

“The Guardian”: “The long read - Among the Covid sceptics: ‘We are being manipulated, without a shadow of a doubt’” by Samira Shackle

“The Guardian”: “Macron announces closure of elite school that hothoused France’s leaders” by Kim Willsher

“The Guardian”: “’ They were survivors: the Jewish cartoonists who fled the Nazis” by Nadja Sayej

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: the death of George Floyd and the case against Derek Chauvin”

“The Atlantic”: “’I Never Thought China Could Ever Be This Dark’” by Melissa Chan

“The Atlantic”: “What If Andrew Yang Wins?” by Annie Lowrey

“The New Yorker”: “Dept. of Science: Why Animals Don’t Get Lost” by Kathryn Schulz

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: Surviving the Crackdown at Xinjiang” by Raffi Khatchadourian

“The New York Review”: “Eclipsed by Fame” by James Gleick

“The New York Review”: “Editing Humanity’s Future” by Natalie de Souza

“The New York Review”: “Welcome to Germany” by Thomas Rogers

“The New York Review”: “No More Mother-Saviours” by Sophie Pinkham

“The New Yorker”: “How Bellingcat Unmasked Putin’s Assassins” by Joshua Yaffa

“The New York Times”: “The Deepest Diver in the History of Free Diving Goes Below the Ice” by Adam Skolnick

“The New York Times”: “Can We Really Picture Auschwitz?” by Bret Stephens

“The New York Times”: “Returning to the Office Sparks Anxiety and Dread for Some” by Julie Creswell & Peter Eavis

“The New York Times”: “In Bid to Boost Its Profile, ISIS Turns to Africa’s Militants” by Christina Goldbaum & Eric Schmitt

“The New York Times”: “Prince Philip, the Man Who Walked Two Paces Behind the Queen” by Tina Brown

“The New York Times”: “Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Is Dead at 99” by Marilyn Berger

“The New York Times”: “We Have All Hit a Wall” by Sarah Lyall

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Their Lawsuit Prevented 400’000 Deportations. Now It’s Biden’s Call” by Marcela Valdes

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed: A Big New Idea to End the Border Crisis”

“The Intercept”: “The Democratic Party’s Consultant Factory” by Ryan Grim & Rachel A. Cohen

“The Washington Post”: “A question at the heart of the Derek Chauvin trial: whose fear matters?” by Monica Hesse

“The Washington Post”: “My unusual week with Myanmar’s violent, paranoid military junta” by Allegra Mendelson

“The Washington Post”: “The U.S. and British right ramp up the war on ‘wokeness’” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post”: “How Nancy Reagan helped end the Cold War” by Karen Tumulty

“Harper’s”: “Il Maestro” by Martin Scorcese

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

“The New York Times”: “He Built a $10 billion investment firm. It Fell Apart in Days” by Kate Kelly, Matthew Goldstein, Marr Phillips & Andrew Ross Sorkin

“The New York Times”: “The Freeing of the Ever Given” by Serge Schmemann

“The New York Times”: “What Can You Do Once You’re Vaccinated?” by Tara Haelle

“The New York Times”: “How Covid Can Change Your Personality” by David Brooks

“The New York Times”: “The Real Reasons for the Border Crisis” by Christopher Landau

“The New York Times”: “America Has a Ruling Class” by Samuel Goldman

“The New York Times”: “’No Place for a Child’: Inside the Tent Camp Housing Thousands of Children” by Miriam Jordan

“The New York Times”: “In Empty Amsterdam, Reconsidering Tourism” by Paige McClanahan

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How to Befriend an Eagle?” by Malia Wollan

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Senator Mazie Hirono Wonders How Some Republicans Live with Themselves” by David Marchese

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The City Losing Its Children to H.I.V.” by Helen Ouyang (text) & Sara Caron (photographs)

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Inquiry: Why Computers Won’t Make Themselves Smarter” by Ted Chiang

“The New Yorker”: “Profiles: How Elizabeth Loftus Changed the Meaning of Memory” by Rachel Aviv

“The New Yorker”: “Inside the Koch-Based Effort to Block the Largest Election-Reform Bill in Half a Century” by Jane Meyer

“The New Yorker”: “Books: The Politics of Stopping Pandemics” by Jerome Groopman

“The New Yorker”: “What Alexey Navalny Is Experiencing in Prison” by Masha Gessen

“The New York Review”: “The Visible Translator” by Tim Parks

“The New York Review”: “The Lure of the White Sands” by Rich Cohen

“The Washington Post”: “How the Ever Given was freed from the Suez Canal. A visual analysis” by Atthar Mirza, Julia Ledur & Ruby Mellen

“The Washington Post”: “The U.S. system created the world’s most advanced military. Can it maintain an edge?” by Missy Ryan

“The Washington Post”: “Lose yourself in the hypnotic allure of YouTube’s  cab-ride train-travel videos” by Mark Jenkins

“Politico Magazine”: “6 Bold Ideas for Gun Reform That Could Actually Happen” by Matt Valentine

“Politico Magazine”: “How Biden Became the Dollar Sign President” by Rich Lowry

“The Guardian”: “’An atmosphere of terror’: the bloody rise of Mexico’s top cartel” by Tom Phillips & Analy Nuňo

“The Guardian”: “’We’re in a really good place’: is Israel nearing the Covid-endgame?” by Oliver Holmes & Quique Kierszenbaum

“The Guardian”: “The US dollar’s hegemony is looking fragile” by Kenneth Rogoff

“The Guardian”: “Form colonialism to Covid: Viet Than Nguyen on the rise of anti-Asian violence” by Viet Thanh Nguyen

“The Guardian”: “Dominion: will one Canadian company bring down Trump’s empire of disinformation?” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Unblocking the Suez Canal”

“The Guardian”: “Top 10 books about New York” by Craig Taylor

“The Guardian”: “Who pays for Suez blockage?” by Ruth Michaelson & Michael Safi

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “The journalism crisis across the world” by Lauren Harris

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “What has journalism learned from the pandemic?” by Amanda Darrach

“Wired”: “How to Stop Misinformation Before It Gets Shared” by Renee Diresta & Tobias Rose-Stockwell

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

“The Guardian”: “And the band played on: Bob Dylan at 80” by Neil Spencer

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: The aftermath of a rape”

“The Guardian”: “’We monitor its every breath’: inside Mount Etna’s war room” by Lorenzo Tondo

“The Guardian”: “The last must-have among US billionaires? A plan to end the climate crisis” by Oliver Milman & Dominic Rushe

“The Guardian”: “Is this the end of forests as we’ve known them?” by Alastair Gee

“The Guardian”: “America’s dirty divide: how environmental racism leaves the vulnerable behind” by Frida Garza

“The Observer”: “The UK professor, a fake Russian spy and the undercover Syria sting” by Peter Beaumont & Emma Graham Harrison

“Politico Magazine”: “There’s an Immigration Crisis, But It’s not the One You Think” by Zack Stanton

“Politico Magazine”: “The ‘Green Energy’ That Might Be ruining the Planet” by Michael Greenwald

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed: Daniel Ellsberg on Biden and Whistleblowers”

“The Intercept”: “The Paraquat Poisoning Problem” by Sharon Lerner

“The Intercept”: “Yes, Blame Christian Fundamentalism for the Atlanta Murders” by Judith Levine

“The New York Review”: “Weaponizing the Web” by Sue Halpern

“The New York Review”: “MeToo in Egypt and Morocco” by Ursula Lindsay

“The New York Review”: “The Reader of Rocks” by Jenny Uglow

“The New York Review”: “We’ll Always Have Paris” by Diane Johnson

“The New Yorker”: “The Return of Mass Shootings” by Adam Gopnik

“The New Yorker”: “Books: What Data Can’t Do” by Hannah Fry

“The New Yorker”: “The Dehumanizing of Asian Women” by Jianyang Fan

“The New Yorker”: “The Wasting of the Evangelical Mind” by Michael Luo

“The New Yorker”: “Why Biden Has Few Good Options At the Border” by Jonathan Blitzer

“The New Yorker”: “Campaign Chronicles: The Power of Political Disinformation in Iowa” by Peter Slevin

“The New Yorker”: “The Rise of Therapy Speak” by Katy Waldman

“The New York Times”: “Inside Myanmar’s Army: ‘They See Protesters as Criminals” by Hannah Beech

“The New York Times”: “Images from ‘A Day of Shame”, with Score Shot Dead” by The New York Times (images)

“The New York Times”: “Misogyny Fuels Violence Against Women. Should It Be a Hate Crime” by Alisha Haridasani Gupta

“The New York Times”: “The Swift Collapse of a Company Built on Debt” by Eshe Nelson, Jack Ewing & Liz Alderman

“The New York Times”: “Searching for Roger Federer” by Dave Seminara

“The New York Times”: “Why Did Someone Pay $ 560’000 for a Picture of My Column?” by Kevin Roose

“The New York Times”: “Israel’s Shadow War with Iran Moves Out to Sea” by Patrick Kingsley, Ronen Bergman, Farnaz Fassihi & Eric Schmitt

“The New York Times”: “I Survived 18 Years in Solitary Confinement” by Ian Manuel

“The New York Times”: “Nonfiction: What Is Amazon Doing to Our Country?” by Xiaowei Wang

“The New York Times”: “The Argument: Is It Time to Cancel Cancel Culture?”

“The Washington Post”: “What covid-19 did to travel and what it will do” by Christopher Elliott

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“The New York Times”: “To Save the Earth, Fall in Love” by Timothy Egan

“The New York Times”: “NASA’s Last Rocket” by David W. Brown

“The New York Times”: “Can We Learn Anything form Horses?” by Caity Weaver

“The New York Times”: ”She Was Just Walking Home” by Moya Lothian-McLean

“The New York Times”: “’A Perfect World’ Around Every Miniature Bend” by Christopher F. Schuetze

“The New York Times”: “Your Face Is Not Your Own” by Kashmir Hill (text) & Zach Lieberman (art)

“The New York Times Magazine”: “Ken Burns Still Haus Faith in a Shared American Story” by David Marchese

“The New York Times Magazine”: “A Secret War. Decades of Suffering. Will the U.S. Ever Make Good in Laos?” by George Black (text) & Christopher Anderson (photographs)

“The New Yorker”: “The Making of the New Left” by Louis Menand

“The New Yorker”: “Can Cyrus Vance, Jr., Nail Trump?” by Jane Mayer

“The New Yorker”: “Books: Graham Greene’s Dark Heart” by Joan Acocella

“The New Yorker”: “How Biden Rattled Putin” by Masha Gessen

“The New York Review”: “A Day in the Life of Abed Salama” by Nathan Thrall

“The Washington Post”: “Here’s the difference between the Democrats and the Republicans” by Jennifer Rubin

“The Washington Post”: “Biden’s window with Iran is closing” by Ishaan Tharoor

“The Washington Post”: “Here are the winners of this year’s Leica Women Foto Project” by Kenneth Dickerman

“The Washington Post”: “In the shadow of its exceptionalism, America fails to invest in the basics” by Griff Witte, Abigail Hauslohner & Emily Wax-Thibodeaux

“Politico”: “Trump was supposed to be a political Godzilla in exile. Instead, Now, he’s just adrift” by Gabby Orr & Meredith McGraw

“BuzzFeedNews”: “My Mom Believes in QAnon. I’ve Been Trying to Get Her Out” by Albert Samaha

“Harper’s”: “The Crow Whisperer” by Lauren Markham

“Longreads”: “Living with Dolly Parton” by Jessica Wilkerson

“The Guardian”: “The long read – The clown king: How Boris Johnson made it by playing the fool” by Edward Docx

“The Guardian”: “The Israeli and Palestinian elections both offend democracy – each in their own way” by Salam Barameh

“The Guardian”: “Is it time to abolish the British monarchy?”

“The Guardian”: “Arab spring: 10th anniversary – What happened to the Syrian refuges who got stuck in Turkey?” by Bethan McKernan & Hussein Akoush

“The Guardian”: “Beyoncé’s 30 greatest songs – ranked!” by Alex Petridis

“The Guardian”: “’We choose good guys and bad guys’: beneath the myth of ‘model’ Ruanda” by Peter Beaumont

“The Guardian”: “This city was working to its police budget in half – then violent crime started to rise” by Abené Clayton

“The Guardian”: “Adversity – and what it takes to overcome it” by Mark Rice-Oxley

“The Guardian”: “The long read - Hunting for books in the ruins. How Syria’s rebel librarians found hope” by Delphine Minoui

“The Guardian”: “The long read – ‘We believed we could remake ourselves any way we liked’: how the 1990s shaped #MeToo” by Eve Fairbanks

“Gal-dem”: “Are we ready for a UK republic?” by Kimberly McIntosh

“The Atlantic”: “Private Schools Have Become Really Obscene” by Caitlin Flanegan

“CNN”: “How One photographer shapes the way the world sees Joe Biden” by Kate Sullivan

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“The Guardian”: “On the ground in Yemen: ‘A place pf wonder overshadowed by conflict’” by Bethan McKernan

“The Guardian”: “How pandemic may finally sink Kashmir’s famous houseboats” by Azar Qadri & Hannah Ellis-Petersen

“The Guardian”: “The behaviour towards Meghan shows Britain learned nothing from Diana’s treatment” by Kate Williams

“The Guardian”: “Joe Biden might be in the White House, but Joe Manchin runs the presidency” by David Sirota

“The Guardian”: “Books: What I learned from reading books by women from every country in the world” by Sophie Baggott

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: Why has there been a rise in anti-Asian hate crime in the US?”

“The Guardian”: “In the footsteps of great female explorers”

“The Guardian”: “Women: An exhibition of British press photography” by Matt Fidler

“The Guardian”: “Rupert Murdoch at 90: What now for the media mogul?” by Mark Sweney

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: The great global vaccine divide”

“The Guardian”: “Three stories of hope: ten years on from Japan’s triple disaster” by Justin McCurry

“The Guardian”: “Japan’s 2011 tsunami, then and now – in pictures” by Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/Getty Images

“The Guardian”: “The Missing Maga Crowd” by David Smith

“The Guardian”: “’My body is unserviceable and well past its-sell by date’: the last days of Avril Henry” by Katie Engelhardt

“The Observer”: “The monarchy: So what are they here for?” by Andrew Anthony

“The Atlantic”: “America without God” by Shadi Hamid

“The Atlantic”: “American Special Forces Are Everywhere” by Mark Bowden

“Politico Magazine”: “Our Era’s Defining Battle: Facts vs. Misinformation” by Zack Stanton

“Politico Magazine”: “Why So Many Politicians Are Such A---Holes” by John F. Harris

“The New York Times”: “Down With the British Monarchy” by Hamilton Nolan

“The New York Times”: “In Royal ‘Firm’, Business Always Comes First” by Mark Landler

“The New York Times”: “The Ezra Klein Show: The Case for Covid Optimism”

“The New York Times”: “7 Questions, 75 Artists, 1 Bad Year” by The New York Times

“The New York Times”: “The Week Our Reality Broke”

“The New York Times”: “A City Ruptured” by Nelson D. Schwartz (text) & Ashley Gilbertson (photographs)

“The New York Times”: “Do You Really Need to Fly?” by Farhad Manjoo

“The New York Times”: “The Imperious Rise and Accelerating Fall of Andrew Cuomo” by Shane Goldmacher

“The New York Times Magazine”: “19 Songs That Matter Right Now” by The New York Times Magazine

“The New Yorker”: “The Political Scene: What Is Happening to the Republicans?” by Jelani Cobb

“The New Yorker”: “Letter from Malibu: A Shooter in the Hills” by Dana Goodyear

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: The Rise of Made-in-China Diplomacy” by Peter Hessler

“The New Yorker”: “The Vicar of Christ Calls on the Grand Ayatollah” by Robin Wright

“The New Yorker”: “Chronicling the Fallot from the Iraq War” by Peter Luke Mogelson (text) & Peter van Agtmael (photographs)

“The New Yorker”: “New York’s Year of COVID” by Nick Paumgarten

“The New Yorker”: “Books: How Much of your Stuff Belongs to Big Tech” by Elizabeth Kolbert

“The New Yorker”: “Cancel Culture Is Not a Movement” by Benjamin Wallace-Wells

“The New York Review”: “The Great Disenchantment Harry: Meghan & the Monarchy” by Matt Seaton

“The New York Review”: “Unveiling Iran” by Roya Hakakian

“The Washington Post”: “In the Russian woods, a feminist retreat from Putin’s pressures” by Isabelle Khurshudyan

“The Washington Post”: “Best friends separated in the Holocaust just reunited. They were ‘laughing like they were just 9 years old’, family said” by Sydney Page

“The Washington Post”: “Shopping tips, donkey jokes and gossip: Syrian diaspora logs on to revive ritual morning chats” by Sarah Dadouch

“Columbia Journalism Review”: “Will Hong Kong’s Free Press Survive?” by Elaine Yu

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“The New York Times”: “Heroines of Self-Hate” by Lucinda Rosenfeld

“The New York Times”: “The Secret Life of a Coronavirus” by Carl Zimmer

“The New York Times”: “Have You Seen How Many Israelis Just Visited the U.A. E.?” by Thomas L. Friedman

“The New York Times”: “The Price of Being a Social Media Star” by David Borenstein

“The New York Times”: “High on Their Own Supply” by Maureen Dowd

“The New York Times”: “For Planet Earth, No Tourisms Is A Blessing and a Curse” by Lisa W. Foderaro

“The New York Times”: “A Year Without Travel”

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Was the Hero of ‘Hotel Rwanda’. Now He’s Accused of Terrorism” by Joshua Hammer

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How One Looted Artefact Tells the Story of Modern Afghanistan” by Matthieu Aikins

“The New York Review”: “To Hell with Unity” by Fintan O’Toole

“The New York Review”: “Barack Obama: A Gift for the Long Game” by Darryl Pinckney

“The New York Review”: “World War II: Escape from Fortress Crete” by Colin Thubron

“The New York Review”: “Philosophy: Tune Out & Lean In” by Gregory Hays

“The New Yorker”: “A Reporter At Large: Last Exit from Afghanistan” by Dexter Filkins

“The New Yorker”: “What the Coronavirus Variants Mean for the End of the Pandemic” by  Dhruv Khullar

“The New Yorker”: “How to Build an Artificial Heart” by Joshua Rothman

“The New Yorker”: “Personal History: How to Practise” by Ann Patchett

“The New Yorker”: “What Is Mathematics?” by Alec Wilkinson

“The Washington Post”: “Cuomo and the old ‘I was just being playful” excuse” by Monica Hesse

“The Washington Post”: “The United States failed Khashoggi. It can protect others like him” by David Ignatius

“The Washington Post”: “Republicans aren’t fighting democrats. They’re fighting democracy” by Dana Milbank

“The Guardian”: “US militia group draws members form police and military, website leak shows” by Jason Wilson

“The Guardian”: “Ten grim lessons the world has learned from a decade of war in Syria” by Simon Tisdall

“The Guardian”: “The long read - ’I’m a woman who wants’: on disability and desire” by Molly McCully Brown

“The Guardian”: “Smile for the camera: the dark side of China’s emotion-recognition tech” by Michael Standaert

“The Guardian”: “Our rescue cat rescued us: how pets provided unconditional love in lockdown” by Guardian readers as told to Jenny Stevens

“The Guardian”: “What do near-death experiences mean and why do they fascinate us” by Alex Moshakis

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: The life and death of Robert Maxwell”

“The Observer”: “Afghans dread the ‘danger hours’ as fragile gains of 20 years slip away” by Lyse Doucet

“The Intercept”: “Project Opus” by Matthew Cole

“The Intercept”: “How Oracle Sell Repression in China” by Mara Hvistendahl

“Politico Magazine”: “The Rise of the Biden Republicans” by Zack Stanton

“Granta”: “Death Takes the Lagoon” by Ariel Saranmandi

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“The Guardian”: “Stay, go, delay: Joe Biden is trapped and has no good options in Afghanistan” by Simon Tisdall

“The Guardian”: “Hawks in Israel and Iran agree: Biden’s bid to salvage nuclear deal must fail” by Simon Tisdall

“The Guardian”: “The Guardian documentary: My brother’s keeper a former Guantanamó detainee, his guard and their unlikely friendship”

“The Guardian”: “Beaver believers: Native Americans promote resurgence of ‘nature’s engineers’” by Lucy Sheriff

“The Guardian”: “Can you solve it? The art of the puzzle” by Alex Bellos

“The Guardian”: “Books: ‘’The man was obviously a crook’: the decline and fall of Robert Maxwell” by John Preston

“The Guardian”: “Hunting the men who kill women: Mexico’s femicide detectives” by Meghan Beatley

“The Guardian”: “The Zoom boom is horrible. I can no longer look at my face for hours on end” by Zoe Williams

“The Guardian”: “Four years at sea, now just metres from shore: ‘living hell’ of stranded UAE ship” by Karen McVeigh

“The Observer”: “What Can We Learn from Africa’s experience of Covid?” by Laura Spinney

“The Atlantic”: “Books: The Invisibility of Older Women” by Akiko Busch

“The Washington Post”: “500’000 dead: a number almost too large to grasp” by Arthur Galocha & Bonnie Berkowitz

“The Washington Post”: “Who’s the boss? Obama and Springsteen join forces for new Spotify podcast” by Nina Zafar

“The Washington Post”: “Why the tanks keep rolling” by Joshua Kurlantzik

“Politico Magazine”: “’Nobody Listened To Me’: The Quest to Be MTG” by Michael Kruse

“Politico Magazine”: “How Biden Will Ende the Trump Sugar Hugh for Israel and Saudi Arabia” by Aaron David Miller & Richard Sokolsky

“The New Yorker”: “Inside Xinjiang’s Prison State” by Matt Huynh & Ben Mauk

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Technology: Email Is Making Us Miserable” by Cal Newport

“The New Yorker”: “The Secret Life of the White House” by Susannah Jacob

“The New York Review of Books”: “No Direction Home” by Anjan Sundaram

“The New York Review of Books”: “America’s Hidden Gulag” by Jacob Kang-Browns & Jack Norton

“The New York Times”: “Reviewing the Book Review” by Parul Sehgal

“The New York Times”: “How Marty Baron and Jeff Bezos Remade the Washington Post” by Marc Tracy

“The New York Times”: “She Rowed Across the Atlantic, Joining a New Wave of Endurance Athletes” by Andrew S. Lewis

“The New York Times”: “Having Won Syria’s War, al-Assad Is Mired in Economic Woes” by Ben Hubbard & Hwaida Saad

“The New York Times”: “Can You Believe This Is Happening in America?” by Thomas L. Friedman

“The New York Times”: “Video: Death, Trough a Nurse’s Eyes” by Alexander Stockton & Luca King

“The New York Times”: “52 Places to Love in 2021”

“The New York Times”: “The Coronavirus Is Plotting a Comeback. Here’s Our Chance to Stop it for Good” by Apoorva Mandavilli

“The New York Times Magazine”: “How the Pandemic Nearly Tore Israel Apart” by Ronen Bergman

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Future of Work: The Rise of the Wellness App” by Jenna Wortham

“Vanity Fair”: “The Charming Billie Eilish” by Kezia Weir (text) &  Quil Lemons (photography)

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“The New York Times”: “Rush Limbaugh and the Petrification of Conservatism” by Ross Douthat

“The New York Times”: “Podcast: How Bill Gates Plans to Save the Planet” by Kara Swisher

“The New York Times”: “America’s Other Forever War” by Peter Beinart

“The New York Times”: “The Economic Case for Regulating Social Media” by Robert H. Frank

“The New York Times”: “Meet the Women Who Become Surrogates” by David Dodge

“The New York Times”: “Censored by Party and Shunned by Family for Breaking with Trump” by Reid J. Epstein

“The New York Times”: “The Boredom Economy” by Sydney Ember

“The New York Times”: “Scenes form a Record-Setting Winter Storm” by The New York Times

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Future of Work: The Race to Fix Virtual Meetings” by Yiren Lu (text) & Derek Abella (illustrations)

“The New York Post”: “Read the column The New York Times didn’ want you to see”

“The New Yorker”: “History Will Find Trump Guilty” by David Remnick

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Technology: Inside the Making of Facebook’s Supreme Court” by Kate Klonick

“The New Yorker”: “Annals of Technology: Who Should Stop Unethical A.I.?” by Matthew Hudson

“The New Yorker”: “A Photographer, Seen Through the Eyes of his Late Wife” by Rumaan Alam

“The New York Review of Books”: “Intrepid Navigators” by Robert O. Paxton

“The New York Review of Books”: “Why Was There a Reformation?” by Eamon Duffy

“The Washington Post”: “Podcast: How many extremists are in the military?”

“The Washington Post”: “McConnell shows that legacies don’t matter when facts no longer do” by Robin Givhan

“The Washington Post Magazine”: “Bill Gates is fighting climate change and covid conspiracy theories. He’s also ‘experiencing the greatest pushback ever in my life” by KK Ottesen

“The Guardian”: “There’s a reason Muslim women struggle to make their voices heard” by Nasrine Malik

“The Guardian”: “Cuomo-gate: a Nixonian scandal engulfs New York” by David Sirota

“The Guardian”: “Meet the Governor we’ve known all along: how Cuomo fell from grace” by Ed Pilkington

“The Guardian”: “The question every politician should be asking is, what does Mark Zuckerberg want with us?” by Martina Hyde

“The Guardian”: “The scars of solitary: Albert Woodfox on freedom after 44 years in a concrete cell” by Ed Pilkington

“The Guardian”: “The long read: How to have better arguments online” by Ian Leslie

“The Guardian”: “Whatever you think of Meghan and Harry, their media critics are far worse” by Marina Hyde

“The Guardian”: “As events in the US have shown, two-party politics is no longer fit for purpose” by Polly Toynbee

“The Guardian”: “In your dreams…where travel writers are yearning for”

Rolling Stone”: “Rush Limbaugh Did His Best to Ruin America” by Bob Moser

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed Podcast: The Democrats Long War on Immigrants”

“The Intercept”: “How Iran Tried to Recruit Spies Against the U.S in Iraq” by James Risen

“Politico Magazine”: «This crap means more to him than my life”: When QAnon Invades American Homes” by Anastasiia Carrier

“Current Affairs”: “How the Media Cracks Down on Critics of Israel” by Nathan J. Robinson

“Foreign Affairs”: “A Superpower, Like It or Not” by Robert Kagan

“The Atlantic”: “I’m Freezing Cold and Burning Mad in Texas” by Andrew Exum

“The Atlantic”: “The Unlikeliest Pandemic Success Story” by Madeline Drexler Ashley

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“The Guardian”: “It will come as a surprise to some, but even Meghan has a right to her privacy” by Alan Rusbridger

“The Guardian”: “The long read: ‘Our souls are dead’: how I survived a Chinese ‘reeducation’ camp for Uighurs” by Gulbahar Haitiwaji & Rozenn Morgat

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: How the Queen lobbied for changes in the law to hide her wealth”

“The Guardian”: “Podcast: The coup in Myanmar and a fight for democracy”

“The Guardian”: “’’I will never give up’: Egypt’s exiles still dream of democracy” by Osama Gaweesh

“The Guardian”: “Bill Gates on the climate crisis: ‘I can’t deny being a rich guy with an opinion” by Bill Gates

“The Guardian”: “The best books to understand contemporary Russia” by Viv Groskop

“The Guardian”: “Mundil Mahill was a straight- A student with a bright future. Then she was charged with murder” by Simon Hattenstone & Eric Allison

“The Guardian”: “Facebook v Apple: the looming showdown over data tracking and privacy” by Josh Taylor

“The Guardian”: “The joy of ‘Lawyer Cat’ is that it teaches us nothing – it’s just very funny” by Imogen West-Knights

“The Guardian”: “The long read: Brazilian butt lift: behind the world’s most dangerous cosmetic surgery” by Sophie Elmhurst

“The Observer”: “Has Covid-19 changed the price of a life?” by Laura Spinney

“The Observer”: “Trump’s acquittal seals his grasp on the Republican party” by David Smith

“The Washington Post”: “Trump left them to die. 43 Republican senators still licked his boots” by Dana Milbank

“The Washington Post”: “Podcast: The mob that Trump built?”

“The Washington Post”: “A majority of people arrested for Capitol riot had a history of financial trouble” by Todd C. Frankel

“The Washington Post”: “The images of Trump’s mob are unforgettable” by Jennifer Rubin

“The Washington Post”: “The long arm of the authoritarian state” by Mike Abramowitz & Nate Schenkkan

“The New York Times”: “Trump Is Guilty” by The Editorial Board

“The New York Times”: “Trump’s Taste for Blood” by Maureen Dowd

“The New York Times”: “Lie After Lie: Listen to How Trump Built His Alternate Reality”

“The New York Times”: “How Right-Wing Radio Stoked Anger Before the Capitol Siege” by Michael Grynbaum, Tiffany Hsu, Katie Robeson & Keith Collins

“The New York Times”: “Biden’s Top Challenge Abroad Is Something No One Wants to Talk About” by Steven Erlanger

“The New York Times”: “The Most Serious Security Risk Facing the United States” by Jonathan Tepperman

“The New York Times”: “Does Brad Pitt Still Sell Watches?” by Victoria Gomelsky

“The New York Times”: “Want Israeli-Palestinian Peace? Try Confederation” by Bernhard Avishai & Sam Bahour

“The New York Times Magazine”: “The Biden Team Wants to Reform the Economy” by Noam Schreiber

“The New Yorker”: “The Three Biggest Lessons of the Corona Virus Economy” by John Cassidy

“The New Yorker”: “Profiles: Glennon Doyle’s Honesty Gospel” by Ariel Levy

“The New Yorker”: “Indie the Worts-Hit County in the Worst-Hit State in the Worst-Hit Country” by Atul Gawande

“The New Yorker”: “Portfolia: Saving the Butterfly Forest” by Brendan George Ko (photography) & Carolyn Kormann (text)

“The New Yorker”: “The Impeachment Trial and the Future of Free Speech” by Steve Coll

“The New Yorker”: “Portfolio - The New Yorker Interview: Marty Baron on his Time with the Washington Post” by Isaac Chotiner

“The New Yorker”: “Reckoning with a Nazi Father” by Philippe Sands

“The Intercept”: “How to Understand the Rage Economy” by Murtaza Hussain

“The Intercept”: “Deconstructed Podcast: Let’s End the War in Yemen”



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