June 27, 2016
“I suspected one could sometimes learn more as a wanderer than as a journalist.” Belén Fernández hitchhiked through Lebanon in 2006 and...
Poetry
May 5, 2016
LA POÉSIE DE LA GUERRE Prologue Is war the ultimate test of manhood? Or is fighting just one hell of a hoot? Or is it both, and neither,...
blog
March 14, 2016
This year marks the 45th anniversary of the Winter Soldier Investigations, a three-day media event sponsored by the Vietnam Veterans...
Opinion
July 30, 2015
Part 1: Hannibal Directive On July 2, 2015, architect and intellectual Eyal Weizman gave a lecture at the Médecins Sans Frontières...
Opinion
July 22, 2015
Naval brinkmanship in the South China Sea is taking a backseat to diplomacy, trade and the international courts. For the time being at...
blog
June 16, 2015
Last month, the New York Times published an article by Isabel Kershner that was not entirely distinguishable from an Israeli army press...
Opinion
December 1, 2014
Soon after last Saturday’s gruesome bus attack in northeastern Kenya—an ambush that left 28 people dead—al-Qaeda linked al-Shabaab issued a...
Reviews
April 2, 2015
"We who came out of Unit 8200, men and women reservists past and present, declare that we refuse to take part in activities against...
Reportage
February 23, 2015
Urban development in the High Arctic can be a drab affair. Buildings are inelegant steel boxes fit for lunar colonies, clustered against...