Conflict Reporter JANINE DI GIOVANNI Tells Us What War Is Actually Like

At times like these, war reporters like Janine di Giovanni serve as a kind of cognitive antivenom. Since the late 1980s, she has covered conflicts in Palestine, Bosnia, Chechnya, Syria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, and many other countries. 032c spoke to di Giovanni about her projection for the state of the Middle East under the Trump administration and the universal cruelty of war.
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Weaponized Irony: A Roundtable on Trolling and Politics

The figure of the Internet Troll has gone from being an obscure message board phenomenon and source of cyber-bullying to being a bona fide mainstream news topic. Commentators have even gone as far to say that the recently-elected U.S President Donald Trump has "trolled his way to the White House." 032c spoke with artists Simon Denny, Matt Goerzen, and Emily Segal about the nature of …
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