December 7, 2016 /
Richard Bernstein, Mark Schulte
Taiwanese sovereignty became news recently, and because of a recent education tour, St. Louis students were well-prepared to discuss the issue.
Image from PBS NewsHour. Cuba, 2016.
December 6, 2016 /
Tom Hundley
This week: Castro's legacy in Cuba, China's Charter 08 civil rights manifesto, and changes in India's cotton farming.
The writer Hu Fayun at his home in Wuhan, summer 2016. Image by Sim Chi Yin/VII Photos.
November 30, 2016 / The New York Review of Books
Ian Johnson, Sim Chi Yin
Talking China: the latest in a series of interviews with Chinese thinkers on how they push for change, the writer Hu Fayun reflects on how tough it is to remain an honest person inside the system.
November 21, 2016
Ben Solomon, Scott Anderson, Jon Sawyer
Landmark New York Times Magazine issue focused on the stories of individuals in the Middle East to explore regional conflicts.
Elwood Friday. St. Phillips Indian Residential School (1951–1953): “I’ve never told anyone what went on there. It’s shameful. I am ashamed. I’ll never tell anyone, and I’ve done everything to try to forget.” Image by Daniella Zalcman. Canada, 2015.
November 21, 2016 / BuzzFeed
Daniella Zalcman
BuzzFeed interviews Daniella about her new book, Signs of Your Identity.
November 18, 2016 / FotoEvidence
Daniella Zalcman
Pulitzer Center grantee Daniella Zalcman's "Signs of Your Identity" work is now available as a hardback book.
New Market
November 17, 2016 / Untold Stories
Lauren Markham
Millenial mayor of San Salvador Nayib Bukele has promised to transform San Salvador into a "city of lights"—and he's doing so in unconventional ways. Will his strategies work?
Women dressed in traditional Korean dresses performing at the opening ceremony of the 15th Pyongyang International Film Festival. Image by Laya Maheshwari. North Korea, 2016.
November 16, 2016 / Fandor
Laya Maheshwari
More than 10 years ago, a British filmmaker received unprecedented access to film in Pyongyang. The documentary he made is an engaging portal into everyday life in North Korea.
Scientists take measurements on the surface of the Greenland ice sheet. Image by Eli Kintisch.
November 15, 2016
Tom Hundley
This week: did economic change contribute to the disappearance of Norse settlements? Discussion of Trump's involvement in the climate agreement, and how refugees cross Europe using their smartphones.
Erik Vance participates in a blessing with a Mexican brujo, or witch doctor, in which he has a self-inflicted curse lifted from him
November 15, 2016 / Fox News
Erik Vance
Erik Vance appeared on Fox News to talk about his book "Suggestible You."
Greenlander Eva Luusi Marcussen-Mølgaard of the University of Greenland in Nuuk (left) washes soil off artifacts. She is one of a handful of students eager to study the archaeology of their homeland. Image by Eli Kintisch. Greenland, 2016.
November 11, 2016 / Science Magazine
Eli Kintisch
Greenland has hundreds of archeological sites that have never been excavated, but a shortage of homegrown archeologists to explore their homeland. A few young upstarts want to change that.
Malikka Bouaissa (left) and Assia Missaoui
November 3, 2016 / Untold Stories
Nick Shindo Street
Sword-wielding ISIS partisans grab headlines and prompt clicks, but Europe's other Muslim fringe—women, LGBT people, artists and community activists—are far more numerous and influential.
November 1, 2016
The Atlantic and Photo + Magazine discuss Daniella Zalcman receiving the FotoEvidence Book Award.

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