Esquire in October

In the October issue of Esquire: Putin or nuclear war – What do Russians believe in more? Why Americans adopt homeless dogs from Sochi and how the Italian mafia online.

Also, “One-Eyed Television," a story by Muhsin al-Ramli, how Luhansk survived the siege, how to be Kim Jong-Il’s  favorite poet, readers’ letters and the rules of life according to actor Benedict Cumberbatch, director Kirill Serebrennikov and writer JK Rowling.

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