Barthelemy Courmont (Hallym) and Pierre-Alain Clement (Quebec): When Geopolitics Meets the Game Industry: A Study of Arabic Video Games and What They Teach Us. Thomas Crankshaw (Erfurt): A Study in Reductive Pop-Philosophy: A Critique of Sandel's What Money Can't Buy. From Narratively, a special issue on The Spies Among Us. No “camembert fascism”: Daniel Siemens on a view on the European elections. Spies, cash, and fear: Matthew Paul Turner goes inside Christian money guru Dave Ramsey’s social media witch hunt. David Shorr on the problem with blaming both sides in politics. Kirsten Silva Gruesz on the Mein Kampf of Isla Vista. It's time for America to admit what it's long resisted: White male privilege kills. Lisa Hickey on the patterns in mass shootings and a conversation about men. Kat Stoeffel on Isla Vista: As good a time as any to talk about misogyny. Amanda Hess on why it’s so hard for men to see misogyny: Men were surprised by #YesAllWomen because men don’t see what women experience. Your princess is in another castle: Arthur Chu on misogyny, entitlement, and nerds. Katherine Newman on the private tragedy of living with a mass killer in the family. Philip Ball on how uncertainty reigns over Heisenberg's measurement analogy. Noreen Malone on Alex Trebek, the last king of the American middlebrow: He eats Snickers for breakfast and watches Fox News backstage. Adrianna McIntyre on 21 things Obamacare does that you didn't know about. Beyond the West: Egil Asprem on a new comparativism in the study of esotericism.