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April 28, 2008

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  • Editorials

    Protecting the Women of Congo

    The war being waged against women in Congo is an act of criminal international misogyny.

    Stephen Lewis

  • The Nation and Hawaii

    The questions raised by Hawaii's annexation have implications far beyond its shores: the imperial past forms the legal scaffolding of the imperial present.

    the Editors

  • Noted.

    The country's off-track; Blackwater's back in business; J. Goodrich blogs at The Nation.com.

    The Nation

  • Phil Donahue’s War

    His new documentary is breaking the taboo that says Americans cannot stomach the reality of the Iraq War.

    John Nichols

  • The Torture Memo

    How could two really smart government lawyers authorize torture in arguments that have no foundation in law?

    Stephen Gillers

  • Mark Penn Must Go

    Mark Penn's quasi-demotion is too little, too late.

    the Editors

  • Neocon NATO Delusions

    The Bush Administration's mission to transform NATO promises to do great damage to international peace and cooperation.

    the Editors

  • Washington at War

    The Petraeus hearings reveal a political class--Democrats and Republicans--trapped in concentric circles of imperial myopia.

    the Editors

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  • Books and the Arts

    Phil Donahue’s War

    His new documentary is breaking the taboo that says Americans cannot stomach the reality of the Iraq War.

    John Nichols

  • Spots, Smudges and Glitter

    A tour of the New York art galleries reveals a number of talented artists exploring the possibilities of "bad" representational painting.

    Barry Schwabsky

  • Un Ballon Est un Ballon

    In Flight of the Red Balloon, filmmaker Hou Hsiao-hsien takes on an unmistakably Parisian story with unbridled creative abandon.

    Stuart Klawans

  • The March

    There were two or three stragglers who couldn't keep up

    with the rest. I said to the captain, "What should we do about

    James Tate

  • Man Out of Time

    In Hari Kunzru's captivating new novel My Revolutions, a former anti-Vietnam terrorist is dredged up after half a lifetime underground.

    Mark Sorkin

  • Where Now? Let’s Go!

    The nonsensical funhouse of Donald Barthelme's fiction celebrates the cosmic joke of life and the pathos of grappling with it.

    Joanna Scott

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  • Letters

    Letters

    Readers weigh in on the cost of war, efforts to smear Obama and gas-guzzling Hummers.

    The Nation