Worldcrunch Magazine #51 — A Tech Shift To The Right?
September 25 - October 1, 2023
Here's the latest edition of Worldcrunch Magazine, a selection of our best articles of the week from top international journalists, produced exclusively in English for Worldcrunch readers.
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Our cover story, by Katarzyna Skiba and Valeria Berghinz for Worldcrunch, looks into how the tech world and tech giants are changing — from Poland to India, France to Argentina, Israel to the United States — and becoming more right wing. The industry, which started out in Silicon Valley and had a reputation for open-mindedness and politically progressive values, has recently had a more central role in today's economy, and has now shifted more far-right ever since the presidency of Donald Trump.
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Table of Contents
Backfire! Russia’s Games With Gas Has Become A Problem For Its War | Vazhnyye Istorii By Ekaterina Mereminskaya
Fighting The Russian Army’s Systematic Sexual Violence In Ukraine | Livy Bereg By Anna Steshenko
Every Step, Every Swipe: Inside China’s System Of Surveillance Of Uyghurs | The Initium By Huang Yi Ying
Climate Migration, A Straight Line From Libyan Floods To Lampedusa Chaos | Worldcrunch By Valeria Berghinz
Beyond Musk: Is The Right-Wing Shift Of Tech Spreading Worldwide? | Worldcrunch By Katarzyna Skiba & Valeria Berghinz
The Cuban Professionals Sent Abroad To Work, Never To Return | elTOQUE By Laura Rique Valero
Inside Ralston College, Jordan Peterson’s New Weapon In The Culture Wars | Die Welt By Sandra Ward
Butter Beware, Olive Oil Is Conquering French Kitchens | Les Echos By Laurent Guez