CIVICS
Spa cultures and seclusion were commissioned by the Old World. Charlatan embarks to Istanbul and learns how Turkish Harems & Bathhouses were command & control centers to a Conceptual Age.

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Why We Hate the Oil Companies

He was the President of the Shell Oil Company. Contributor DAVE LANDY sits down with the Texas oilman to discuss his controversial memoir "Why We Hate the Oil Companies."
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On the Sly

La Sultana


Marrakesh

How did Morocco avert the Arab Spring? Charlatan Magazine travels to Africa and discovers a savvy constitutional monarch, a vibrant cosmopolitan culture, and the kismit of both at the resplendent La Sultana Marrakesh.

How did Morocco avert the Arab Spring? Charlatan Magazine travels to Africa and discovers a savvy constitutional monarch, a vibrant cosmopolitan culture, and the kismit of both at the resplendent La Sultana Marrakesh.

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La Sultana Marrakesh


How did Morocco avert the Arab Spring? Charlatan Magazine travels to Africa and discovers a savvy constitutional monarch, a vibrant cosmopolitan culture, and the kismit of both at the resplendent La Sultana Marrakesh.


Constantinople: A Conceptual Age


Spa cultures and seclusion were commissioned by the Old World. Charlatan embarks to Istanbul and learns how Turkish Harems & Bathhouses were command & control centers to a Conceptual Age.

Constantinople: A Conceptual Age


Spa cultures and seclusion were commissioned by the Old World. Charlatan embarks to Istanbul and learns how Turkish Harems & Bathhouses were command & control centers to a Conceptual Age.


Dancing with the Devil

(In the City of God)


Its the fastest growing economy in the world. Contributor DYLAN SMITH talks with Juliana Barbassa about "Dancing with the Devil in the City of God: Rio de Janeiro and the Olympic Dream."


A Paradox in Kurdistan


It is the oldest inhabited city in the world—but where’s the beef? Contributor MICHELLE SHAIL chats with Kurdistan's Agriculture Minister Dr. Jamal Fuad about the Oil-for-Food program, excessive foreign aid, and why sustainability is the keystone of sovereignty.

A Paradox in Kurdistan


It is the oldest inhabited city in the world—but where’s the beef? Contributor MICHELLE SHAIL chats with Kurdistan's Agriculture Minister Dr. Jamal Fuad about the Oil-for-Food program, excessive foreign aid, and why sustainability is the keystone of sovereignty.


Why We Hate the Oil Companies


He was the President of the Shell Oil Company. Contributor DAVE LANDY sits down with the Texas oilman to discuss his controversial memoir "Why We Hate the Oil Companies."



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Affirmation

NFL Hall of Famer Steve Young Builds Bridges with LGBT Community

Stand Up Foundation

Ben Cohen: England National Rugby Union Team’s New Anti-Bully

Straight Talk

Gene Robinson: Trades Church for Center for American Progress

Men Who Built America

John Keabler: Chasing Charles Schwab’s Management Style


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The Real Downton Abbey


The 8th Countess of Carnarvon (the real-life countess of Downton Abbey) recounts how the chatelaines of Highclere rescued, liberated and saved the castle. Contributor MATTHEW FLACKS chats with Lady Fiona Carnarvon about austerity, war, estate tax and duty in "The Real Downton Abbey."


The Lion of British Politics


The 'Greatest Briton of all Time' was raised by an American Mom. Contributor BRENDA WENSIL chats with Anne Sebba in London about the British Prime Minister's multi-national influences in her new book "Jennie Churchill: Winston's American Mother."

The Lion of British Politics


The 'Greatest Briton of all Time' was raised by an American Mom. Contributor BRENDA WENSIL chats with Anne Sebba in London about the British Prime Minister's multi-national influences in her new book "Jennie Churchill: Winston's American Mother."


Waiting For Snow in Havana


It’s considered the largest exodus of unaccompanied minors in history. Contributor MATTHEW FLACKS chats with the Carlos Eire about the Cuban Revolution, the reign of Raúl Castro, and a country that stood still in time.


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Break Through

From the Death of Enviornmentalism to the Politics of Possibility

The Hallow Crown

Andrew Scott Debunks Louis the Prudent in The Hallow Crown

Beyond Contempt

Peter Jukes Goes Inside the Story of the UK Phone Hacking Trial

The Men Who Built America

Adam Jonas Segaller Critiques Andrew Carnegie's Social Justice

The Iron Lady


Margaret Thatcher polarised opinion, policy and people more than any other figure in modern political history. Contributor MATTHEW FLACKS remembers the United Kingdom's Prime Minister, and calulates her legacy to Britain and the world.


A Magnificent Catastrophe


Pulitzer Prize winning author Edward Larson compares the first presidential race to the last, and explains why dirty tricks and a 2-party system are the synergy of a democracy in "A Magnificent Catastrophe."

A Magnificent Catastrophe

Pulitzer Prize winning author Edward Larson compares the first presidential race to the last, and explains why dirty tricks and a 2-party system are the synergy of a democracy in "A Magnificent Catastrophe."


The Impossible Country


Daniel Tudor covers South Korea for Newsweek and The Economist. Charlatan chats with the presidential advisor about the unprecedented thaw in relations in "The Impossible Country."


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