Some misunderstand this indelicate delicacy. For most American consumers, Pork knuckle is uninviting, and conjures the image of knobby, stringy joints. But it's featured by nearly every brewpub in Germany, and it's great with a Bavarian brew.
A groundling's-eye view
Afghanistan’s most venerable relic faces its greatest challenge.
In Afghanistan, some soldiers are pampered. Should they be?
How Havana might change after Castro
A look at how The Atlantic navigates the sometimes confusing straits of Arabic transliteration
Turkey has begun bombing Kurdish militant training camps near its border with Iraq. In this dispatch, Atlantic editor Graeme Wood describes his encounter with the bookish young radicals who fill the camps.
Can meteorologists armed with supercomputers and a few tons of soot stop a hurricane from reaching the Gulf Coast? Can they stop it without getting sued?
The Bush administration’s pathological hiding of information
Serious trouble is brewing in Iraq’s one quiet corner: the Kurdish north.
Mapping the rise of discontent