The Borders Issue 2019
How Politicians Fooled the World Into Believing in Nations
National identities make us believe in ideas like democracy, money, and laws. The trouble is they are stories that can all too easily be manipulated for political power. Take Brexit...
The Power and Privilege Issue
The Robots Are Coming, and They Want Your Job
Experts believe almost a third of the global workforce will be automated by 2030. But are universities preparing students for the rise of the office machines?
We Shared a Prison Cell with an Isis Fighter
The story of Robert Daw and Rae Lewis-Ayling, who travelled to Iraq to help build the utopian Rojava, but ended up in prison for 40 days.
What It's Like to Stand Alongside the Kurdish Women Fighting ISIS
Kimberley Taylor is the first British woman to fight ISIS in Syria. In her final diary for Broadly, she takes us inside the radical feminist utopia being built by Kurdish women in Northern Syria.
The Healthiest Old Person on the Planet Explains How to Stay in Shape
Charles Eugster, 96, is a runner, body-builder, public speaker, writer, rower, and wakeboarder. He also claims to be so healthy that his formerly grey pubes have turned brown again.
Writer Jo Nesbø on Punk, Football and Why Most Crime Fiction Sucks
He's been a footballer, pop star, stockbroker and now a blockbuster author who's shifted 28 million copies of his Harry Hole series. Jo Nesbø is better than you at most things.