August 18, 2014

The end of neighbours 4041
SOCIETY

The end of neighbours

What brings people closer to others halfway around the world makes strangers of those next door. And that is polarizing politics and literally making people sick. By Brian Bethune
FAST MONEY 3637
Economy

FAST MONEY

How an Ontario drop-out became the kingpin of the luxury exotic-car business
Worshipping the god of the geeks 5455
Books

Worshipping the god of the geeks

Plus a guide to the world’s most unruly locales, why the Internet is short-circuiting our curiosity and novelist Haruki Murakami’s latest dive into plausible weirdness
A new map of the Middle East 3031

A new map of the Middle East

While Iraq is being torn apart by violence, the Kurds are moving to carve out a homeland, once and for all
LETTERS 67
This Week

LETTERS

Battle of the ages
THE INTERVIEW 1415
This Week

THE INTERVIEW

Marijuana activists Marc and Jodie Emery on life in jail, their role in the legalization movement and the plan to seek ‘political revenge’
An outlaw's vision 5051
Exhibit

An outlaw's vision

Controversy long dogged Canada’s human rights museum. And then Antoine Predock stepped in.
The killer and his pension 1617
National

The killer and his pension

Russell Williams may yet lose his Canadian Forces pension, if one of his victims succeeds in court
Our greatest cold case 2425

Our greatest cold case

The search for the Franklin Expedition is as much about politics as it is about archaeology
STRIKING A DEAL WITH THE DEVIL 3233
International

STRIKING A DEAL WITH THE DEVIL

Why giving some power to the Taliban may be key to saving the presidential election and avoiding civil war
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