After Forecast and The Big Ideas, Linkiesta returns with a new editorial project born in collaboration with the New York Times: How to save Democracy (and all of us).
The magazine is made up of 196 pages full of essays, editorials, comments, reports, photographs, illustrations, infographics. This is a special issue, centered on the state of the world from a geopolitical, health and cultural point of view.
Inside, interventions by experts from the New York Times, de Linkiesta signatures, great photographers and illustrators.
Among the pens involved in this tour is Celestine Bohlen, columnist for The International New York Times; Francesco Cundari, Dario di Vico, Lidia Baratta and Simonetta Sciandivasci among the pens of Italian journalism; and then Paul Farmer, an American anthropologist and physician; Toomas Hendrik Ilves, president of Estonia from 2006 to 2016; Joseph Stiglitz, 2001 Nobel Prize in Economics; the editorial director Christian Rocca and many other names on the national and international scene.