The acclaimed Sundance spy drama returns Thursday, and sheds uncanny light on what its creators call “emotional parallels” between late-stage communism and today.
Molly Hannon is a freelance journalist based in Berlin. She has written for The New York Times, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, VICE, among many others. She holds an M.A. in arts and culture reporting from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and is a member of Associated Reporters Abroad (ARA), a Berlin-based news organization. You can find more of her work here.
Michael Idov recounts his time at the helm of one of Russia's most prestigious lifestyle magazines in a riotous new memoir.
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Benjamin Dix’s comic series on the Syrian refugee experience premiered the same day of the horrific Paris attacks. He hopes his art can quell the tide of immigrant hostilities.
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Her essay on quitting a top Obama post to care for her son killed the ideal of ‘having it all.’ In her new book, Anne-Marie Slaughter says no one can balance a thing in our work culture.
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Hitler planned Prora to be the largest beach resort ever created, but plans to revive it have stirred controversy, with some saying the buildings should be left to rot.
Even though Kate Bolick makes a solid case for older women on their own, the tropes and mindsets of the past are hard to overturn.