Children growing up in a prison in the Santa Martha Acatitla prison in Mexico City.
A trip to the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, Ukraine: “Nine people, one driver, and a guide in a ghost city.”
A military camp for children in Hungary: “The taste of military adventure and discipline.”
Eritrea: Under the brutal rule of Issaias Afwerki, forced conscription is the new slavery.
Past, present, and future trends in ﬁne arts: Return of religion and nationalism.
In Because it is wrong, Charles Fried and Gregory Fried open the moral debate over torture, but it can not be said that they close it. They put the ﬁnger on an essential need – to start at the beginning and ask what it is to be good or bad.
Struggle for freedom in the Middle East; children in prison: Seven cartoons from the portfolio of Palestinian cartoonist Mohammad Sabaaneh.
Portfolio of award-winning Iranian cartoonist Mana Neyestani, illustrating the struggle for rights and liberties in Iran.
A good read with all the qualities of a well-written political thriller. Review of Putin’s oil: The Yukos affair and the struggle for Russia/Martin Sixsmith.