Esquire in March

In a special report for the March issue of Esquire magazine, a reporter investigated the relationships of all the inhabitants of two villages – one Russian and one French.

Also in this issue: how drunken residents of Kobe, Japan helped invent karaoke, a map of the world redrawn by separatists, how Palestinian prisoners have long-distance children, and how Ramzan Kadyrov and M.C. Hammer share an interest in horses. Also – a home for terrorists, gay teens, wild mustangs and the rules of life according to the musician Beck, fashion historian Alexander Vasilyev and actress Catherine Deneuve.

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