The Guardian Weekly magazine is a round-up of the world news, opinion and long reads that have shaped the week. Inside, the past seven days' most memorable stories are reframed with striking photography and insightful companion pieces, all handpicked from The Guardian and The Observer.
Taking Scotus to task
Carbon bombs, grief in the US, fakes and Coogan’s nemesis
Headlines from the last seven days
SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENT
Top of the tups
What lies beneath • Revealed The vast fossil-fuel projects that could wreck international efforts to limit global heating
Our exclusive findings
Auto pilots How drones are changing the dynamics of combat
Historic move as Nordic nations seek to join Nato
Black Sea blockade risks famine for millions, warns G7
Stifled dragon No one should take delight in Beijing’s economic woes
Glimmers of hope
Killing of journalist leaves West Bank in turmoil • World condemns shooting of Al Jazeera reporter Shireen Abu Aqleh as dispute over chain of events escalates
How ‘Spider-Man’ became a symbol of resistance
Starmer’s armour Labour leader is closer to power - and facing his hardest test yet
Visa delays force overseas acts to pull out of gigs
Age is no barrier as flying Dutchman sets record
Portraitist of Weimar Berlin gets his own museum
As the west turns away, women fall into shadows
‘Even the Taliban know they need us’ • Female medics continue to run hospitals and save lives, but have to rely on the Red Cross to pay their salaries
Cold comfort • The ‘little ice age’ of the 14th to the 19th centuries brought cold winters to Europe and unusual weather conditions globally. Could studying how humankind adapted prove valuable today?
THE BIG FREEZE • Why did the climate cool and stay that way for centuries?
Community responds to mass killing with grief and strength
Boom to bust? War and life after pandemic are leading to a tech turn-off
The imitation game • Selling cheap fakes of a successful product makes business sense. But is there any way of stopping it?
A matter of choice • Why the future of power can’t be nuclear
How white replacement theory keeps inspiring mass murder Jason Stanley
RIP iPod. You allowed me to hold my musical life in my palm Dorian Lynskey
Johnson is using the Ukraine crisis to launch a comeback in Europe Simon Tisdall
Governments must say no to the carbon bombs that could destroy our world
Knowing me, knowing you • Steve Coogan claims there are no skeletons in his closet. So the Guardian sent the only man who could unearth them: broadcaster turned interviewer Alan Partridge
Clash of Cannes • At the French film festival, which marks its 75th edition this year, there has always been a battle between radicalism and elitism – but that’s what makes it ‘cinema’s ultimate cathedral’
Sticks and stones • A journey through 13 creative but failed building designs that led to catastrophe for their designers
Poetic licence • A remarkable portrait of Hardy’s remorse and grief in the wake of his failed marriage, which led to his great sequence of elegies
Puppy love • A zoologist and TV presenter’s study of centuries of human-canine relations uncovers the symbiotic history of our evolution
BOOKS OF THE MONTH • The best recent science fiction and fantasy
My husband let me down with our babies. How do I forgive him?
Cutting remarks: can one kitchen knife do the job of a complete set?
Mackerel with barley salad and cucumber ketchup