November 25, 2012
Editor's Preface As the tenth anniversary of the American invasion of Iraq draws near, the country has largely been left behind by other...
Conversations
November 13, 2012
During and after the 2007 elections in Kenya, around 1,100 people were killed and 600,000 displaced when political and tribal groups...
Art
October 2, 2012
For the last 22 years, I have been covering wars and conflicts worldwide. I have seen the gamut of barbaric acts of which humans are...
Reportage
September 24, 2012
It was late morning when we got to the border post, a wooden shack on a dirt road in the westernmost reaches of Ivory Coast. A gendarme...
Art
September 3, 2012
At ten years old, the Kimberley Process — the UN backed diamond certification initiative — is showing signs of deterioration. The scheme,...
retrospectives
January 12, 2012
A note from the photographer These images belong to four loose categories: 1) Portraits of people who have been affected by AIDS; 2) Aerial...
retrospectives
January 4, 2012
An excerpt from the novel, Pawns by the late Zimbabwean author Charles Samupindi Claiming Landscapes, a photo-essay by David Brazier on...
Art
March 11, 2013
Warscapes Magazine, Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund and apexart present Ethiopia: A Reenactment Through Fiction and Image image courtesy ©...