Jeffrey E Stern is a writer, photographer, and development worker whose reporting from Afghanistan, Kashmir, West Africa and elsewhere has appeared in Vanity Fair, The Atlantic, The New Republic, Esquire, Time, newsweek.com/the daily beast, the Philadelphia Inquirer, Duke Magazine and other publications.
1 June 2015 | Vanity Fair
When Baghdad bought tens of millions of dollars’ worth of British-made A.D.E. 651s, advertised as a foolproof bomb detector, the Iraqi government thought it would be saving countless lives.
1 June 2015 | The Atlantic
COVER STORY: The untold story of Oklahoma’s botched lethal injection—and America’s intensifying fight over the death penalty.