In the wake of Burma’s historic elections last week, Rory MacLean, author of Under the Dragon reflects on his first visit to Burma, where he met opposition leader and Nobel Peace Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi…
Much like a funfair, does Berlin now only retain an illusion of edginess?
Continuing last week’s article on what’s being done to prevent sex trafficking into Berlin, Rory MacLean talks to outreach worker Patricia Green.
In the first of two articles, Rory MacLean takes a look at what is being done to prevent women being tricked or trafficked into prostitution in Germany’s capital.
In 1945, two men sought to record the destruction of war-torn Berlin.
Famous for their fabric installations, Christo and Jeanne-Claude have created some of the most compelling artworks of the 20th century, and by wrapping Berlin’s Reichstag, helped a nation step out from the past.
Nearly one hundered years on, the First World War grave sites in Europe remain some of the most potent advocates of peace we have on Earth.