One year running a magazine, 10 lessons for young writers and journalists
Culture & Art / Lifestyle / Society

One year running a magazine, 10 lessons for young writers and journalists

At the end of this inaugural year, we are young and inexperienced as ever, humbled by the amount of talent around us, and excited for the future. This year has taught us a lot, and I would like to share these experiences with you. Continue reading

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France’s puzzling home-grown Jihadis
Politics / Society / World News

France’s puzzling home-grown Jihadis

European youths, by all standards, have it pretty good: born decades after the plague of war loosened its grip on the continent, they were bred in an era of relative material comfort, affordable education, and generally a high standard of living. So it’s only more puzzling when some choose to leave behind these comfortable lives for war, martyrdom or cold-blooded mass murder Continue reading