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A brief letter from London, dickish thefts, and laptop bans.

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If you like profanity-laden, self-congratulatory backslapping, BOY have I got a newsletter for you today.

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Upside-down square pizza, life-changing hummus, over-the-top breakfast sandwiches.

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Catching up with Anthony Bourdain, Chinese pizza, and the "douche economy."

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Russian spies, Russian lies, and the horrors of British champagne.

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We search for the border between Europe and Asia, Sean Spicer vs Dippin' Dots, and doomsday prepping for the one percent.

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There are a lot of ways to say “fuck this government,” and many reasons to do so. Here’s a brief look at some different ways this fine notion…

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Happy New Year! We bring you mysteries on the Hippie Trail, direct trains from China to London, and Czech beer in Saigon.

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Goodbye and good riddance, 2016: let’s get out of here.

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Ah, the internet! Where good intentions—and liberal democracy—go to die a tortuous death.

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God, remember when Europe was just this boring place?

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Climate refugees on American soil, Italy's fake news, the Bad Sex Awards, and what do you feed the Standing Rock protestors?

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Hint: not great.

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Living that soup dumpling life.

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The British-born Sichuan savant has a new cookbook out on Shanghainese cuisine. So R&K’s Cara Parks thoughtlessly makes her eat more soup dumplings in New York.

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A conversation with Naomi Duguid on her travels through Iran, gastro-nationalism, and the right way to eat a pomegranate.

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A conversation with one of Obama’s closest advisors on confronting the dark chapters of American history and what’s next for the U.S. and Asia.

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On the eve of Lisbon’s annual sardine-and-beer bacchanal St. Anthony’s Day, Cara Parks looks at the uncertain future of a celebrated fish.

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In Catalonia, booming local microbrews are just another way for people to express their independence.

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