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Issue III/2019, Nonstop

"People in Turkey Didn’t Think It Would Get That Bad"

Ece Temelkuran

In an interview, the author and journalist Ece Temelkuran points out the parallels between the right-wing populists in Turkey, the United States and Europe.

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Issue II/2019, Guilt

A Revolution Like Velvet

Karen Tovmasyan

A year ago, Armenians flooded the streets and peacefully chased their prime minister out of the top office. How is the country doing today?

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Issue II/2019, Guilt

"We're All Aboard the Titanic"

Federico Demaria

Growth will ultimately lead us to our downfall, reckons the envorinmental economist Federico Demaria.

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Issue I/2019, Above

Bye Bye Britain

Jess Smee

How Britain's cultural scene is squirming at the prospect of Brexit.

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Issue I/2019, Above

No Room for Roma

Hacer Foggo

Historic Sulukule was the first neighbourhood in Istanbul to fall victim to the Turkish construction boom. 

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Issue I/2019, Above

The House of the Half Moon

Alfredo Jaramillo

The first Argentinian clinic that uses a combination of conventional medicine and traditional healing will open this year in Patagonia. Patients will be treated with the power of fire, herbs and even regular pills. 

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Issue III+IV/2018, Poorest nation, richest nation

Japanese Only

Pallavi Aiyar

The myth of the population's racial purity has prevented Japan from starting a long overdue discussion about racism.

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Issue II/2018, Heroes

On Europe's Northern Edge

Doris Wöhncke

Natural gas has brought wealth and work to Hammerfest. But not everyone is happy about the development.

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Issue II/2018, Heroes

A Big Prison

Reagan Mwanaweka

More and more young people are pushing for change and joining Congo's Lucha movement, despite the risks.

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Issue I/2018, Earth, how are you doing?

Second Hand in La Paz

Rery Maldonado

Illegal imports of European brands are hurting Bolivia’s once vibrant textile industry.

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