Preview: The New Yorker Magazine – Oct 10, 2022

A New Yorker cover shows a silhouette of a man and a young boy angling by a river the Hell Gate Bridge in the background.

Inside Russia’s “Filtration Camps” in Eastern Ukraine

Civilians describe being snatched from their homes and sent away for ideological screening, prolonged detention, and, in some cases, starvation and torture. Is there a larger plan at work?

Are You the Same Person You Used to Be?

Researchers have studied how much of our personality is set from childhood, but what you’re like isn’t who you are.

Has the C.I.A. Done More Harm Than Good?

In the agency’s seventy-five years of existence, a lack of accountability has sustained dysfunction, ineptitude, and lawlessness.

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