Esquire in July

In the July issue of Esquire magazine: Maxim Semelyak on Dmitriy Nagiev, Oleg Kulik on Petr Pavlensky, Woody Allen on his new film, David Graeber on the meaninglessness of work, Maxim Samorukov on the dismal state of the Venezuelan economy, and the Russian economic development minister on the economy in verse.

Also in this issue, church levies in Scandinavia, forensic specialists in the Netherlands, the Afghan National Army, Daria and Orion in Israel, and the rules of life according to Takeshi Kitano and Cher.

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