Global Comment’s editors are reading some outstanding longform journalism this week, including a look at child sexual assault, a feature on horseshoe crabs, and more.
Global Comment’s editors are reading about Daesh, hiking while Black, and Margaret Atwood this week. Join us!
The United States was quick on the trigger in Syria, but it may trigger escalating instability in the Middle East.
Get reading recommendations from the Global Comment editors, featuring essays on everything from prison writing classes to insurance redlining. (It’s interesting, we promise.)
Before the US tried to ban Muslims, before it incarcerated Japanese civilians, it excluded Chinese immigrants with racist policies.
Global Comment’s editorial team shares the longreads they’re loving this week, from a medical mystery in Sweden to the roots of rape.
VOICE isn’t about tracking crime. It’s about demonizing immigrants and creating a culture of fear that makes it easier to persecute them.
How does a digital society in turmoil develop a cohesive platform for change?
Global Comment’s editors are delving into longreads on the cotton industry, the abortion reversal myth, auto manufacturing, and more this week.
Read along with the Global Comment editors as they explore stories about hope, a new Algerian publishing imprint, and the Haitian diaspora.