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Beneath the Radar

Gary Younge

Its partisans may be in search of political purpose, but that shouldn't make liberals complacent.

It's not hard to understand why Americans want to forget all about Afghanistan. But remembering the war would demand a necessary reckoning.

In the George W. Bush years, there was little political capital in scapegoating Muslims. Now, apparently, there's a lot.

What can the World Cup teach us about national identity and belonging?

EU countries traded democracy for prosperity. These days, they're missing it.

The Tories want to make budget cuts fast and deep.

British voters are taking a hard look at the Conservative Party, and they don't like what they see.

A tour of Tea Party Nation reveals an all-white movement moving further right from their Bush-era social agendas and into a growing anti-establishment populism.


Gary Younge
Gary Younge, the Alfred Knobler Journalism Fellow at The Nation Institute, is...