Nomi Prins on the economy, Alexander Cockburn on Bernard Madoff, David Schiff on Charles Ives
Standards Editor Craig Whitney issued this response to questions posed by The Nation about its coverage of the Russia-Georgia conflict in South Ossetia.
When Obama needs a hammer, National Security Adviser James Jones will provide one.
Instead of facilitating mergers, we should be reregulating the banking industry and enforcing real transparency.
An award for Nation reporter Mohamad Bazzi, a detention forNation board member Richard Falk.
Hysteria over looters in the storm-ravaged city had grave unintended consequences. Justice must be done.
Banks have stopped lending money, so the Federal Reserve is printing more. That's the wrong way to resolve our economic crisis.
Extinguishing race as a meaningful category demands we get rid of the racism that gives it meaning.
Ten great groups that help people who are worse off than you are.
What separates Madoff's Ponzi scheme from the follies of the bailed-out banks, and how is Blagojevich's pay-to-play any different from standard political fundraising?
Rep. John Conyers expressed concern and a California activist group called for investigations of vigilante violence in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
An editor ponders the publishing industry meltdown--and the precarious future of books.
Howard Dean's fifty-state strategy remade the Democratic Party. What comes next?
Did New Orleans police play a role in the grisly death of Henry Glover?
Michèle Bernstein's Situationist novel explores a Paris hovering between Old World and New Wave.
A new collection of poems by Jack Spicer returns one of the great American visionaries to print.
In songs, symphonies and sonatas, Charles Ives furnished America's musical past with a future.
Margaret Thatcher is never named in Derek Raymond's Factory novels, but her shadow falls over them.