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Katrina vanden Heuvel

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Katrina vanden Heuvel

Katrina vanden Heuvel

Editor and Publisher

Katrina vanden Heuvel is Editor and Publisher of The Nation.

She is a frequent commentator on American and international politics on ABC, MSNBC, CNN and PBS. Her articles have appeared in The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Foreign Policy magazine and The Boston Globe.

She writes a weekly web column for The Washington Post. Her blog "Editor's Cut" appears at thenation.com.

She is the author of The Change I Believe In: Fighting for Progress in The Age of Obama (Nation Books, 2011). She is also the editor of Meltdown: How Greed and Corruption Shattered Our Financial System and How We Can Recover and co-editor of Taking Back America--And Taking Down The Radical Right.

Articles

News and Features

Kiev’s siege of the Donbass, supported by the Obama administration, is escalating an already perilous crisis. 

Katrina vanden Heuvel, Joan Walsh and Zerlina Maxwell sat down with de Blasio to discuss universal pre-K, the Working Families Party convention and the role of mayors.

The Obama administration’s decision to isolate Russia, in a new version of “containment,” has met with virtually unanimous support from the political and media establishment.

The power and persuasiveness of Jonathan's work came from the enduring belief that there is no idea so powerful as a moral one.

For his 90th birthday, a rollicking celebration at Madison Square Garden paid tribute to the extraordinary activist musician.

Let’s put an end to the “war on drugs” that has ruined so many lives.

Fue para The Nation un honor publicar su trabajo en un momento tan tempranos y definitivo en su carrera, cuando él trató de descubrir quién fue el responsable de la muerte brutal y prematura de su querido y consecuente amigo.

Now we know: a diplomatic solution is possible.

Doesn’t a truly effective fight for LGBT rights in Russia need to be led by Russians?

Blogs

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Progressives are waging fights within the Democratic Party, and they’re gaining ground.
Was there more to JFK than a coiffure arranged by facing south in a strong east wind?
In Syria, there have been no “Mission Accomplished” banners unfurled, no victory laps of any kind, underscoring the fragile and...
Ramachandra Guha’s essay in next week’s issue is only the latest in a long line of critical appreciations of the late historian...
JPMorgan deserves to be paying their 13 billion dollar fine—they’ve got a rap sheet longer than a London whale, head to tail.
The Nation strongly urges its readers in New York City to vote de Blasio on the Working Families Party line. It’s a way to send...