“The Company of Strangers: A Natural History of Economic Life”

By Margret Laird Paul Seabright socks his opinion to us at once: “Our everyday life rests on fragile foundations. Our teeming, industrialized, networked existence is not some gradual and inevitable outcome of human development over millions of years. Instead, we owe it to an extraordinary experiment launched a mere ten thousand years ago.” Gripped, then, […]

Selling Olga

By Louisa Walsh Louise Waugh spent three years researching and writing this unflinching investigation into human trafficking across Europe. She traveled to places most infested with trafficking, talked to the women who had been trafficked and to those who support them at considerable personal risk to their own safety.