It’s a snow-covered Sunday in March.
The Washington Post introduces us to this generation’s much nicer version of Zukerberg and Saverin at Harvard. (Remember when the Globe had the resources and network to source a story like this?)
Peace is something Europeans have been taking for granted. Until now. German Lopez on the EU’s new assertiveness.
Andrei Kolesnikov writes about life in Moscow as sanctions kick in. Many Russians are still in denial. Others blame the West. But it will be hard going back to a Soviet-era economy after decades of “merry global consumption.”
This was a good year to get the flu vaccine wrong.
And the Guardian highlights twenty war photos from this week. Amazing work in the worst imaginable conditions.