Elizabeth Rubin has reported from the Middle East, Afghanistan, the Balkans, Russia, Africa and other parts of the world for the New York Times Magazine, the New Republic, the New Yorker, Harper’s, the Atlantic, Bidoun and Vogue, among others. Her journalism honors include the Livingston Award, the Bayeux-Calvados Award, and the Kurt Schork Award.
I Watched War Erupt in the Balkans. Here’s What I See in America Today.
When do rage and fear turn to war? I don’t think we’re there yet. I can’t believe we’ll ever be there. But neither did they.
The Unwanted: A Haunting Look at the Rohingya Who Escaped Ethnic Cleansing
Myanmar uses violence to force waves of Rohingya Muslims into Bangladesh. Photographs from Paula Bronstein show the decimation.
Ai Weiwei Explores the “Human Flow” of Refugees and Finds an America That Lost Its Conscience
The Chinese artist unveils a film and artworks that challenge us to shelter millions of people fleeing the violent collapse of their homelands.