Roads & Kingdoms
Roads & Kingdoms
June 6 2016 2:55 PMMeet the Malcolm X of MauritaniaBiram Dah Abeid has been fighting slavery since childhood. With his release from prison, will he become the president of Mauritania? 
May 16 2016 7:43 AMThe Socialist Roots of Croatia’s Hippest Shoe CompanyCan Borovo capitalize on the popularity of its colorful sneakers to find long-term prosperity?  
April 29 2016 11:40 AMDespair, Hunger, and HopeIn a Syrian refugee camp in Greece, food is scarce, but distrust is plentiful.
April 15 2016 10:13 AMBeing Cool Has Ruined BerlinOne writer’s loving lament for a changing city.
April 1 2016 11:58 AMWhen Self-Help Becomes a Group ActivityIn China, young professionals are forming support networks to combat stress and get ahead.
March 18 2016 9:33 AMCambodia’s Lost RivieraThe once-glorious beach towns of Kep and Kampot struggle to shake their troubled pasts.
Feb. 26 2016 11:22 AMWill This Woman Replace Uganda’s Strongman?After 30 years of rule and a widely criticized election, Yoweri Museveni doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. But the country is still thinking about who will come next. 
Feb. 5 2016 12:40 PMChina’s Top DogsA growing number of Chinese pups and their owners are competing in high-end dog shows, but not without controversy.
Jan. 22 2016 10:37 AMThe Fantasy Coffins of GhanaWhere anyone can go out in style.
Jan. 8 2016 10:12 AMSalvation by the SliceIn a Kiev pizzeria, veterans struggle to adapt to life away from the Eastern front.
Dec. 11 2015 12:44 PMSelf-Defense, King David–StyleAn ex-rapper in biblical robes is promoting a unique Jewish martial art in Jerusalem.
Nov. 27 2015 9:29 AMLife After ISISThe Northern Iraqi city of Sinjar has been recaptured from ISIS, but it’s a long way from back to normal.
Nov. 13 2015 12:07 PMChile’s Women of the MinesWorking the famed copper reserves of the Atacama Desert has forever been a man’s domain. But that’s changing. 
Oct. 30 2015 4:22 PMFire IslandEurope’s largest fire festival features Vikings, ninjas, and men in dresses.
Oct. 16 2015 9:25 AMKingdom of StoneA journey to the ruins of ancient Zimbabwe.
May 23 2016 9:12 AMDeportees Wanted. Must Speak English. Call center jobs are providing hope for English-speaking Guatemalans deported from the United States.
May 6 2016 11:03 AMThe Moonshiners of KabulAfghans risk lashes and jail time to continue a tradition that offers a welcome escape from harsh realities.
April 22 2016 1:01 PMIs This Tiny Island the Key to Restoring Haitian Tourism?Residents aren’t so sure they want to find out.
April 8 2016 8:30 AMHunting for Truffles in IraqIn a war-torn country, men risk their lives in pursuit of a small delicacy.
March 25 2016 2:11 PMA Fragile Peace in ColombiaAn impending peace agreement between the government and FARC guerillas draws new and old opposition. 
March 11 2016 11:03 AMSmoke Bombs and MirrorsNonlethal anti-riot equipment for Congo’s police force is meant to usher in a more peaceful era of law enforcement. But critics see it as another way to crush dissent. 
Feb. 19 2016 11:07 AMFinding Haiti on VinylA crate-digging journey in search of a lost musical legacy.  
Jan. 29 2016 8:37 AMUkraine’s Illegal Miners Come Out of the DarknessCivil war has led to the legalization of a dangerous shadow industry.
Jan. 15 2016 1:01 PMWe Could Be AntiheroesHow David Bowie became the loathed adversary of a Soviet-era youth movement.
Dec. 18 2015 10:31 AMPrime SuspectSuriname’s president may finally have to answer for a 33-year-old murder. 
Dec. 4 2015 9:58 AMThe Lost Future of CambodiaInside Phnom Penh’s White Building.
Nov. 20 2015 7:22 AMDrawn in BloodThe Syrian cartoonists who live and die by their pens.
Nov. 4 2015 3:50 PMOn Death Row in SingaporeInside the fight to save one man’s life.
Oct. 23 2015 8:17 AMWaiting for the CanalA controversial $50 billion, Chinese-built construction project will upend life in Nicaragua.
Oct. 9 2015 11:28 AMOpen the FloodgatesWill dams in Southeastern Turkey be used as weapons of war?