To improve my critical reading and thinking skills, I'm trying to find magazines/periodicals with these traits. Please advise as to what they're named, so that I know for what to search?
1. Style and quality of writing must be more sophisticated, intricate, pre-eminent style and quality of writing, but still readable, lucid, and enjoyable. I want familiarity and acquaintance with this so that I'll better understand denser, more abstract writing in general, which I'll confront.
2. Topics should involve debatable global topics on general principles, so that I can learn about and evaluate equally strong, effective, cogent arguments on both sides. For example, I'm more interested in psychology, applied philosophy, law, economics, current affairs that affect someone in both North America and the UK. I want to avoid content on literature or politics (that relate only to a specific country).
3. I prefer US, UK, or Canadian, but the periodical can be weekly or even monthly, and not just daily.
I recognise the term 'broadsheet', but it doesn't depict the above, because The Telegraph and even The Guardian are biased. The Economist seems better, which isn't truly described by the aforesaid terms. My English needs cultivation, so I can't determine if The Spectator or the New Statesman fit?