Our current issue: Life expectancy is on the rise almost everywhere. But how we see elderly people varies from culture to culture. A survey of older people's reality – and that of the younger people who live alongside them. Now on sale in German
Also in this edition: Why do large pharmaceutical firms carry out biopiracy in Guyana? And: The author Jagoda Marinic reflects on today's feminism and the persecuted Hong Kong bookseller Lam Wind-kee chronicles his experiences.
Some sit in the boss's chair, others in a retirement home: A conversation with Pankaj Mishra about the baby boomer generation.
The yoga teacher and competitive ballroom dancer Tao Porchon-Lynch is 101 years old and has a lot of ideas for the future. A conversation.
A duo of new books on feminism: Cinzia Arruzza, Tithi Bhattacharya and Nancy Fraser have written a manifesto against predatory capitalism while Kristen R. Ghodsee explores gender relations under socialism.
Our gaze is drawn to America and we are left rubbing our eyes. Will he go or will he stay? Jill Lepore’s brilliant history of the U.S. highlights a contradictory country.
When he was 14 years old, Soun Rottana was kidnapped and became a child soldier for Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge, killing dozens of enemy combatants.
How I learnt about heroism by listening to Palestinian fighters.
The effect of the Bauhaus 100 years ago was global, and the Bauhaus still radiates its attraction today. More...
The exhibition will present the photographic work of Helga Paris from 1968 to 2011. With 275 works, including many individual images and series that are to be shown for the first time, this will be her most comprehensive exhibition to date and the first retrospective of the artist in her home city of Berlin in 25 years. More...
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