Worldcrunch Magazine #50 — Why Wars Don't Ever End
September 18 - September 24, 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 Polish writer Szczepan Twardoch for Polish daily Gazeta Wyborcza — during his three trips to Donbas and Kharkhiv in early 2023 — posed a crucial question for Ukrainian soldiers on the front lines of the war in Ukraine: "What will you do when the war ends?". Which has, in turn, led to several follow-up questions and theories about what Ukraine and Russia would be like. Which begs an even bigger, and possibly more important, question: is the meaning of every war defined by what comes after it?
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Table of Contents
Why Wars Never End — A Novelist’s Notes From The Ukraine Front Line | Gazeta Wyborcza By Szczepan Twardoch
The Science Of Designing A Sanctions Model That Really Hurts Moscow | Vazhnyye Istorii By Ekaterina Mereminskaya
Libya Flood, A “Natural” Disaster Made Of Climate Change And Colonialism | La Stampa By Mario Tozzi
Why Morocco Still Won’t Accept Earthquake Aid From France? | France Inter By Pierre Haski
Lithium Mining: Repeating Old Cycles Of Global Exploitation | Ethic By Carmen Contreras Tellez
Too Soon? Ukraine’s War Crime Tours And The Limits Of “Dark Tourism” | Worldcrunch By Yannick Champion-Osselin
Meet The Buddhists Head-Banging To Enlightenment Through Death Metal | Die Welt By Fabian Peltsch
Chiara Ferragni, The Italian Exception That Proves The Influencer Rule | La Stampa By Maria Corbi