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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Jair Bolsonaro eliminated Brazil’s Labor Ministry; a coup failed in Gabon; “yellow vest” protesters walled up a member of Parliament’s garage

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Postcard

Brazil on the Eve of Authoritarian Rule

It’s all true: life in Belo Horizonte before the election of Jair Bolsonaro

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Debate over Trump’s wall that maybe isn’t a wall continued; Ukraine ended martial law; fireworks banned on the Galapagos Islands because they cause animals to tremble

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

“Mad Dog” Mattis resigned; Trump’s spiked slats forced a government shutdown; Canadian boy bit by coyote upset he hasn’t turned into a werewolf

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Conversation

Northern Aggression

Dana Frank, the author of The Long Honduran Night, discusses the parties who orchestrated the 2009 coup and the resistance that has risen to fight against them

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Satire

The Revolution’s Elusive Messiah

A plea to the left to reconsider efforts focused on “the greater good”

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Podcast

The Gatekeepers

Unknown knowns: the limits of racial discourse in a system almost exclusively controlled by white people

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Publisher's Note

The Yellow Fault Line

The crisis in France is gnawing away at what’s left of the lower classes’ pride and possessions

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Michael Cohen sentenced to three years in prison; Mitch McConnell announced a Senate vote on long-delayed bill to decrease the prison population

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Editor's Note

Inside the January Issue

Fred Turner explains how the internet subverts democracy; Michel Houellebecq admires Donald Trump; Barry Lopez reports from Antartica

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Podcast

John Cleese and Iain McGilchrist

Two-brain solution: two nights of insightful conversation with the esteemed comedian and the internationally renowned psychiatrist

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Context

Who Are Those Damned Yellow French?

“Who, save for the little barons of Wall Street, believes in the progressive virtues of capitalism?”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

John Kelly resigned; “ballot harvesting” uncovered in North Carolina; a robot ran over bear repellent at an Amazon warehouse

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Publisher's Note

A New Day?

“The Democratic Party is best understood as an assemblage of baronies, the three most important of which—California, New York, and Illinois—dole out the most patronage and political favors in return for filling the party’s coffers and guaranteeing the reelection of its most cherished adherents.”

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

George H. W. Bush died; military law enforcement officers broke up a catfishing ring; a London ambulance trainee went rogue

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Postcard

The Shapes of Stones

The careful act of paying respects to kin while under curfew in Kashmir

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Film

A Private War

Life during wartime is more complicated than easily digestible, Hollywood heroism

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Reviews

The Future of Work

No bleaker than it’s ever been

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Postcard

Tipping Point

In Jharkhand, women take on the timber mafia

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Podcast

How to Save the Internet

There’s no Command+S shortcut for ethically preserving the web

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Migrant children were teargassed; carbon dioxide levels have reached three to five million year high; missionary killed by remote tribe

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Special Feature

Light in the Donbass Window

Among the “anti-imperialist” foreign volunteers in East Ukraine

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

Theresa May’s Brexit proposal was rejected; Trump suggested raking to prevent forest fires; Jair Bolsonaro insulted Cuban doctors working in Brazil

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Editor's Note

Inside the December 2018 Issue

Janine di Giovanni describes the plight of Christians in the middle east; Mychal Denzel Smith on the burden of the black public intellectual; Kathy Dobie goes inside New York City's task force on bias crimes; Nora Caplan-Bricker considers an ethical archive of the web

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Podcast

Checkpoint Nation

Not satisfied with toeing the line, US Customs and Border Protection agents are expanding their reach into the country’s interior

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Commentary

Certain Certainties

What Amazon HQ2 means for New York City

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Satire

The View from Bay Street

Profit rolls into Canada’s capital, but at what cost?

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Weekly Review

Weekly Review

The unresolved midterms; Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III replaced; the debut of the world’s first AI television anchor

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Podcast

The Tragedy of Ted Cruz

Is any victory great enough for the man we all love to hate?

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