Esquire in May

Esquire editors traveled to Kiev to learn who is in power there, what the Donetsk “bykoko"  (revolution through force and subterfuge) is, what the Maidan can teach us and who were the people who died during the Ukrainian revolution.

In addition, find out how certain sounds drive people to violence, what U.S. intelligence services care about most, how people pass their time in refugee camps, the biggest problem for the dead, the declaration of income from the world’s poorest leader, a five-minute guide to animals that fall from the sky and the rules of life according to Ethan Hawke, Michael Gira and Valery Todorovsky.

The issue went on sale on April 22. The iPad version is available in the App Store.