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Museveni’s Democracy

Notes from Uganda's disputed presidential election

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The Transhistorical Moment

A museum's misguided attempt to rescue the past

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Vote, Sing, Breathe

The art of protest

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At the Salton Sea

Road-tripping to the end of the world

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Home Alone

Life after five years in Al Shabaab

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Dorchester County

"The injuries of slavery and its aftermath are palpable across these villages and farm communities, and the region’s relationship with Tubman’s legacy, and that of the Underground Railroad is, to the outsider, surprisingly fraught."

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A Lap Around Indy

"These tributes to Manifest Destiny are earnest and essentially staid, but the informal celebrations on the eve of the race have a temper and tang to them epitomized by one shirt I saw on Georgetown Road, the main drag at Indy. 'Back to Back' it said on top, 'World War Champs' on the bottom, with Old Glory in between."

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Upward Immobility

Navigating Colombia's class-based estrato system

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A Sense of War

What does the war in Aleppo smell of? It smells of carbine, of wood smoke, of unwashed bodies, of rubbish rotting, of fear.

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Running on Empty

Visiting Nepal in the midst of its fuel crisis

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The Elephant Chief

Searching for Rwanda's tortured icon.

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Frozen World

A visit to the American Museum of Natural History's frozen-specimen collection. 

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Making Space

A visit to the Chicago Architecture Biennial

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The Golden Drop

A visit to the heart of African Paris

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Congo Square

New Orleans reckons with its legacy of slavery 

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Workers’ Paradise

After more than half a century of socialist revolution, Cubans exemplify sustainable living—whether they want to or not.

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In Solitary

For more than two decades, Willie Bosket spent twenty-three hours a day alone in a nine-by-six-foot cage.

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Still There

A visit to the mansion of Frederic Edwin Church

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Rebuilding Roseburg

Life in a town marked by tragedy

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Border Lands

Battle fatigue in Kashmir

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Bait and Switch

The threat of violence weighs heavy on Qatar’s blue-collar female migrants. 

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Park Dreams

A California park, drawn from memories of childhood

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Jack’s Trinidad

In Trinidad, the rise of Jack Warner—and his putative fall—has become something of a parable for the larger foibles of the “nation building” project it’s been engaged in

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Bloodbath & Beyond

After the Waco massacre

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Perfect Compromise

Welcome to the nerve-wracking reality of being Finland. 

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The Kurds’ Choice

Watching Turkey's election in Diyarbakir

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Treasure Hunting

Julia Wertz on searching for "sharkitecture" in New York City. Continue reading here. Read More

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The Lost Land

Revisiting the forgotten stories of childhood.

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