The Borders Issue 2019
As the British Home Office denies Irish passport holders important EU civil rights, a hard Brexit may send the Northern Ireland towards a civil rights catastrophe, as well as incite violence from paramilitaries.
Florida developers have long promised utopia. Will their latest attempt—an Instagram-friendly, experience-led community-slash-shopping mall—finally deliver?
Dustin Thierry’s ongoing Opulence series documents the queer people of color who have continued to give meaning to Ballroom as the years have gone on and the culture has moved across the Atlantic.
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...
European microstates are some of the richest countries on the continent, but human rights, including abortion, are curtailed.
Sara Hylton's portfolio documents displacement among Afghan children living at the I-12 settlement in Pakistan.
Buckling under the overdose crisis, Vancouver is giving people prescription opioids to save them from fentanyl on the street.
We chose dual covers for the issue because it would have been impossible to pick one image that could adequately sum up the complexity of borders. Luke Archer and Dustin Thierry explain the backstory on their cover photos.
Drug traffickers thrive on their ability to penetrate national borders, but a new era of toxic, man-made highs could dissolve those boundaries and transform the global drug trade.