Philip Kleinfeld

Central African Republic

How Kony's army could return with a vengeance

Philip Kleinfeld
5.2.17
Stuff

An Interview with India's Most Wanted Cartoonist

Aseem Trivedi faced a lifelong prison sentence for his drawings slamming corruption in his country. We spoke to him about the power cartoonists can yield, and why governments are trying harder and harder to silence them.
Philip Kleinfeld
11.24.16
Stuff

How Hungary's Anti-Semitic Far-Right Poster Boy Found Out He Was a Jew

In 2006, Csanád Szegedi was Vice President of the country's virulently anti-semitic Jobbik Party. Then, his career came tumbling down after it emerged that his family had survived Auschwitz and Nazi labour camps.
Philip Kleinfeld
11.17.16
News

What's Behind the Worldwide Decline of Democracy?

From Donald Trump, Hungary's xenophobic prime minister Viktor Orbán, post-coup Turkey, and Africa's "third-term problem" of leaders clinging to power, the past few months haven't exactly looked good for democracy.
Philip Kleinfeld
10.18.16
News

Who Are the Green Brigade, the Celtic Fans Raising Money for Palestine?

From chatting in pubs to pissing off UEFA and raising hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Philip Kleinfeld
8.24.16
Stuff

This Syrian Architect Stayed Behind to Rebuild Her War-Torn City

Over 60 percent of Homs has been destroyed, but architect Marwa Al-Sabouni has stayed behind, "trying to rebuild the pieces around me."
Philip Kleinfeld
5.11.16
VICE Long Reads

Why Is Public Housing Dying Out in the UK?

Speaking to the residents of some of the UK's most famous housing estates about the systematic erasure of subsidized housing.
Philip Kleinfeld
3.2.16
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Calling Bullshit on the Anti-Refugee Video Taking the Internet By Storm

With Open Gates is a mishmash of comically fake and out-of-context footage, bad subtitling and Islamophobic propaganda.
Philip Kleinfeld
11.27.15
News

How Will the Paris Attacks Affect the British Government's Policies?

Conservatives are already pushing to fast-track a bill that Edward Snowden has called "the most intrusive and least accountable surveillance regime in the West."
Philip Kleinfeld
11.18.15
News

Britain's Poppy Wars: The Battle for the Meaning of Remembrance Day in the UK

A brief history of the debate over wearing a poppy.
Philip Kleinfeld
11.11.15
News

Making Friends with the People Camping Overnight in the Rain to Buy an 'Affordable' London Home

People will sleep on the streets for the chance to buy a shoe-box flat.
Philip Kleinfeld
11.6.15
Culture

Dismaland Artists Are Protesting the World's Largest Arms Exhibition

We spoke with one of the artists who plastered London's subways with posters that protest the biannual Defense and Security Equipment International (DSEI) fair.
Philip Kleinfeld
9.16.15
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