Sir Sidney Poitier chats about the Queen, a Medal of Honor, and his new memoir The Measure of a Man

KRG's Agriculture Minister Jamal Fuad says excessive Foreign Aid crippled Iraq's sovereignty. Who'll prevail from the $100 Billion U.S.-Saudi deal?
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THE COVER STORY

The Markle Effect

December 2017

Can a Divorced, Biracial American tame the House of Windsor?

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Spain Crushes Newly-formed Catalan Republic


After a resounding vote for independence, Spain moved swiftly to dismantle the newly formed Catalan Republic, imprison their leaders, and ignite Catalonia's determination for independence.


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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Engaged

The prince, fifth in line to the throne, and the Suits actress announced their engagement on 27 November 2017 from Kensington Palace. The wedding at St. George's Chapel will be the first to accomodate a divorceé or African American at Windor Castle.



Trump Recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's Capital

Donald Trump acknowledges Jerusalem as Israel's new capitol city. Touting peace in the Middle East, his frequent meetings with Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson call into question politics over diplomacy.


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Donald Trump acknowledges Jerusalem as Israel's new capitol city. Touting peace in the Middle East, his frequent meetings with Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson call into question politics over diplomacy.



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Matt Lauer Offers Apology (With Caveat)

“Some of what is being said about me is untrue or mischaracterized," the beleagered newsman said. "But there is enough truth in these stories to make me feel embarrassed and ashamed." Nevertheless, Lauer wants his $30 million be paid off.


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U.K. Secretary of State Sir Andrew Mitchell talks Immigrations vs. the Axis of Evil

Considered the largest migration in recorded history, contributor MATTHEW FLACKS chats with Secretary of State Andrew Mitchell about Terrorists posing as refugees, Germany's Open Door' policy, and the fine line between immigration and the axis of evil.



Minister of State Martin Lidegaard on the Dane's Green Revolution

Free from Fossil Fuels by 2050, Editor-in-Chief DREW GOWING sits down with Foreign Minister Martin Lidegaard at Christiansborg Palace to discuss wind turbines, renewables, and why Apple Inc. is secretly migrating to Scandanavia

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Minister of State Martin Lidegaard on the Dane's Green Revolution



Sir Sidney Poitier chats about his new memoir "The Measure of a Man."

A fixture of the Civil Rights Movement, Contributor JOEL MCPHEE talks with Sir Sidney Poitier about the Korean War, an Ambassadorship to Japan, being the first African-American to receive an Oscar, and picking up the Presidential Medal of Honor along the way.


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Syria's Civil War Now Considered Most Deadly in History

Newsweek's Janine di Giovanni arrived in Syria as Damascus was tumbling down the rabbit-hole of war. Contributor DYLAN SMITH chats with the author about Syria’s Civil War: the players, the casualties, the refugees and crisis in "The Morning They Came For Us."



Countess Debunks Costume Drama with History, Couragous Women of Highclere

It was the most watched costume drama in the world. Contributor MATTHEW FLACKS chats with the real mistress of Downton Abbey, Countess Fiona Carnarvon, and discovers how she and her predecessors used skill, talent and savvy to save a modern castle.

Countess Debunks Costume Drama with History, Couragous Women of Highclere



Historian Anne Sebba Discovers an American Woman at the Heart of Britain’s National Identity

The iconic British Bulldog was raised by an American Mom. Contributor BRENDA WENSIL chats with Anne Sebba in London, and discovers how an American socialite created a British hero in “Jennie Churchill: Winston’s American Mother.”


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Why Conde Nast UK Calls This ‘The Best Hotel in the World’

Springtime in the City of a Hundred Spires

Ritz-Carlton Soars at International Commerce and Financial Center on Kowloon Island

The Birthplace of the Renaissance

Where East Meets West at Lion Palace

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Andrew Scott debunks The Hallow Crown's Louis the Prudent

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The Modern Master of French Interiors


French Interior Designer Jean-Louis Deniot on Career and a Little Chaos

Called the Modern Master of French Interiors, Contirubutor LESLIE SCOCCA CROFT chats with Jean Louis Deniot about his new line for Baker Furniture and explains why a touch chaos is always chic.



Mineral Rich Thermal Spas of Budapest Takes Skincare back to Nature

Returning to the thermal spas mineral spas of Budapest, Contributor LESLIE SCOCCA CROFT chats with Stephen and Margaret Omorovicza in New York City and learns why its never too late to return to nature.

Mineral Rich Thermal Spas of Budapest Takes Skincare back to Nature



Epidermal Growth Factor Wins Nobel Prize in Science & Skincare

A Noble Prize winning technology has made its way into the luxury skincare game. Contributor LESLIE SCOCCA CROFT sits down with Dr. Gregory Bays Brown in Manhattan to discuss how the Epedermal Growth Factor is driving the science and skincare.