April 3, 2009
C O V E R
The New Age of Extinction
As the globe warms, more than the climate is endangered. Species are vanishing at a scary rate.
We're the cause — but we're also the solution
W O R L D
Can These Jobs Be Saved?
As the economy shrinks, companies from London to Tokyo are searching for ways to avoid firing workers. Here's how job-sharing, salary cuts and reduced workweeks can help — and how they also fuel the crisis
In Turkey, President Obama will ask for help with Afghanistan, Iran and Iraq. He'll also find a country struggling to heal itself
C O M M E N T A R Y
Europe's Turkey Problem
The E.U. and its Muslim-majority neighbor need each other more than ever. So why can't they get along?
S P O R T
Padraig Harrington is addicted to golf. But is that enough to take on Tiger?
A R T S
Rebuilding the Faith
With new mosques, young Muslims are getting creative — and stirring controversy
G L O B A L A D V I S E R
Touring Singapore's Gastronomical Heritage
Singapore's Peranakan culture may have faded, but its spicy laksas and coconut-infused desserts have not
Hotel de Rome: A Stylish Take on Berlin History
A former bank gets a five-star face lift in Berlin's Mitte District
Aquavit Comes to Tokyo
Swedish chef Marcus Samuelsson brings his famed New York and Stockholm restaurant to Japan
A Perfect Day in ... Paris
Got time in the French capital? Let the locals tell you how to spend it