In the Midst of Global Turmoil, Russia’s Science Community Reboots
I took a five-day tour of Russia’s leading scientific research centers. This is what I saw.
Opinion and Analysis
America Tests Out a New Whining Offensive In Asia
After the UK announced its plans to join a China-led rival to the World Bank, the White House publicly lashed out at its closest ally and its 'constant accommodation of China.'
Bribery, Slave Labor, 106-Degree Heat: Why Qatar Wants the World Cup in the First Place
Why in God’s name does Qatar even want to host a World Cup? It's all about (soft) power.
There’s a New Cured Pink Album on the Way and It’s Important That You Hear It
The Brisbane based musician is one of the most important if under-recognised artists operating in Australia.
Danish Cops Are Trying to Rehabilitate Jihadists Returning from Syria
Some Danish Muslims who go to Syria want to do humanitarian work, while others want to wage jihad. Either way, many of them need counseling when they come back.
Ukrainian Schoolgirls and Their Dreams of 'Clueless'
The other day, VICE received the following pitch: "My name is Kristina Podobed, I am a photographer from Odessa, Ukraine. My friends and I did a shoot about the Ukrainian school life. We will be very glad if you can use it in any way!"
Kristina Podobed and Anastasiia Chorna