This week, don't miss French author Pascal Bruckner's withering analysis of Europe's compulsive self-harm, translated by award-winning translator Mary Hudson.
Our resident pop-fiction writer Kevin Mims covers the pro-family parable at the heart of Peter Blatty's The Exorcist.
And we have articles from the unique perspective of what it's like to be an anti-poaching activist in South Africa, as well as an American intelligence officer who now works for the TSA.
We also have stories of injustice, where #MeToo allegations have been weaponised in personal and political disputes; the first involving the anthropologist David Graeber, the second involving the Candian politician, Erin Weir.
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Athenian journalist Nektaria Stamouli reports on how the escalating migrant crisis is affecting Greece, a nation already stretched by the debt-crisis.
by Claire Lehmann
Leaked emails show the famous anarchist-anthropologist, David Graeber, spreading gossip and rumour to oust the editor of
a new and remarkably successful open-access anthropology journal.
Nathan Edmondson is on the ground in South Africa with conservation activists who are trying to disrupt the illegal rhinoceros poaching industry.