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This week in TIME Magazine's European edition:

Time EUROPE Magazine
Issue Dated Feb 27, 2017
Vol. 189, No. 7-8

C O V E R
Inside Donald Trump’s White House Chaos

W O R L D


The Former Neo-nazi Helping Returning ISIS Fighters Let Go of Hate

As Moscow Advances, U.S. Allies Look Warily to Trump for Clarity As Moscow advances, U.S. allies look warily to Trump for clarity

The E.U.’s Chief Executive on Trump, Populism and Russia As president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker is both head of the European Union's executive branch and its public face. He talks to TIME about the challenges ahead at a time of rising populism and euroskepticism.

As Moscow Advances, U.S. Allies Look Warily to Trump for Clarity As Moscow advances, U.S. allies look warily to Trump for clarity

Somalia on the Verge of Famine As U.N. Pleads for Help

Where National Breakups Are In the Cards The Faroe Islands will hold a referendum in April 2018 on a new constitution, potentially paving the way for a vote on independence from Denmark. It's not the only region considering going it alone.

P O L I T I C S
Sorry, Brits: Abe and Trump Have the Real ‘Special Relationship’

The Emotional Divide of Trump’s Presidency Trump's presidency has cheered some and brought crippling stress to others

At Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump Blends Pleasure, Profit and Politics At Mar-a-Lago, Donald Trump blends pleasure, profit and politics

Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Seems Designed to Spread Fear

L O N G E V I T Y

The Sleep Cure: The Fountain of Youth May Be Closer Than You Ever Thought The fountain of youth may be closer than you ever thought

How Silicon Valley Is Trying to Hack Its Way Into a Longer Life How Silicon Valley is trying to hack its way to a much (much, much) longer life

The Extreme Ways Man Has Tried to Cheat Death Eating monkey brains, drinking blood and 22 other ways man has tried to cheat death

V I E W

Is It Ethical to Have Sex With a Robot? TV these days is preoccupied with the near-future dilemmas of human-android coitus (see: Westworld, Black Mirror, Humans). Two experts weigh in.

S P O R T S


To Rule the NBA, James Harden Needed to Embrace Letting Go To rule the NBA, James Harden needed to embrace letting go

C U L T U R E

Jordan Peele Scares Us Silly In Get Out

Chills, Pills and Spills in A Cure for Wellness


Review: I Am Not Your Negro


George Saunders, on His Debut Novel, Abraham Lincoln and Donald Trump
The author discusses his debut novel, "Lincoln in the Bardo", the current president, elites, compromise and sci-fi

Oscar Nominee My Life As a Zucchini Is a Stop-Motion Marvel


I Don’t Feel at Home Aims for the Heart


A Definitive Guide to Random Oscar Facts Eighty-nine years of trivia to get you ready for the Feb. 26 show on ABC

Planet Earth As Spectacle-and Cautionary Tale

The Uncanny Catharsis of Saturday Night Live

A Young Comic’s Hope-filled Crash in Crashing

Heigl’s Star Quality Comes Through In the Courtroom


Noah Hawley’s Uncanny Vision Is the Future of Television
When writers rule, TV gets wonderfully weird

Little Big Town Melds Tried-and-True With Utterly New


When the Most Human Human Isn’t Actually Human


A Pizza-Making Robot


The Dark Origins of Dog Breeding


When More Is Too Much
Five times you should be careful not to overdo it

8 Travel Ideas for the Winter-Weary It's not too late to combat the seasonal sads with a spring vacation. Here are newly interesting destinations to consider depending on how--and with whom--you like to travel.

How to Create More from What You Already Have

Smart Homes’ Top Job: Safety


The Future of Zoos: Challenges Force Zoos to Change in Big Ways New
discoveries about the emotional lives of animals are raising difficult questions about keeping wild things in captivity


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