Standing at the top of a mountain is uplifting. Positioned up high, close to the clouds, with the valley appearing tiny and far, far below. For those who live in the mountains, spectacular vistas are an everyday thing. They reside up high, somewhat isolated from the rest of the world, amidst nature's gifts - but also at its mercy. MORE
Editorial by Jenny Friedrich-Freksa
Collective guilt, enduring colonial legacies and how literature tackles guilt: These subjects, and many more, will come under the magnifying glass in our new edition: Guilt. Read more here, starting next month...
The Swedish-Iranian writer Athena Farrokhzad has written a burning appeal in verse form about the future of the continent.