In the Corporate World, Woke Is the Rage But Greed Is Still King

James Stewart in The New York Times: It’s been 14 years since Goldman Sachs was vilified…

The Education of Lina Khan, Whose Superpower is Busting Monopolies

Steven Pearlstein in The Washington Post: It is one of the recurring plotlines in the psychodrama…

A Lion Called Sanam

Until the lion learns how to write, every story will glorify the hunter. –African Proverb…

Francis Ford Coppola Fears His $100m Opus Megalopolis May Never Reach Theaters

By Sam Wasson at Air Mail: I haven’t seen Megalopolis, the new, four-decades-in-the-making film by…

Sunday Poem: The Wild Animal

They knock over everything, boys and girls,hardly more than instruments waiting to be played;hardly more…

Kabab

A WhatsApp Share: The Ottoman Empire’s soldiers were given meat loaves and spices by their…

The Best of Photojournalism This Week

A flooded town, brawl in parliament, a boat, cold lava cascades, a prisoner at a…

Saturday Poem: The Double Image Redux

Turn the photo of your mother in its frameso she can’t tsk her tongue against her teeth:the…

World War War III May Already Have Started—in the Shadows

by J.D. Tuccille at Reason: Of course, in war of any sort, the implication is…

To Fight Inequality, America Needs to Rethink Its Economic Model

By Daniel Chandler at Time: The publication of Rawls’s magnum opus A Theory of Justice…

The Place of Revenge in Jewish Culture

Shachar Pinsker at Aeon: Since 7 October 2023, nekama (‘vengeance’ or ‘revenge’ in Hebrew) has…

Game Theory Can Make AI More Correct and Efficient

Steve Nadis in Quanta: Imagine you had a friend who gave different answers to the…