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Who collects the bodies of the soldiers who die in the endless conflict in Afghanistan? What do children make of war, or the mental illness of their siblings? Did you ever consider the meaning of divorce in Chile, or informants in Ceausescu's Romania? Our fiction in this issue, by Azam Ahmed, George Makana Clark, Herta Müller, Eric Puchner, David Rakoff and Alejandro Zambra, chronicles conflict of many different kinds.
Rachel Cusk reflects on being sent to Coventry; Peter Pomerantsev examines the nature of propaganda in the Donbas; Peregrine Hodson describes the experience of post-traumatic stress disorder; A.M. Homesremembers her friend David Rakoff; and Philip Ó Ceallaigh tells the story of the destruction of old Bucharest.
Poetry by Don Mee Choi, Eliza Griswold, Jaan Kaplinski and Solmaz Sharif.
Photography from the Syrian frontline by Lorenzo Meloni, with an introduction by Claire Messud; and found objects in Gaza by Eduardo Soteras Jalil.