How a Defender of American Empire Became a Dissenter How a Defender of American Empire Became a Dissenter
A conversation with Lyle Jeremy Rubin about the complicated ideology of the marine corps, America's obsession with war, and his new memoir Pain Is Weakness Leaving the Body.
Cash Is Never Neutral: A Conversation on the Politics of Money Cash Is Never Neutral: A Conversation on the Politics of Money
Stefan Eich talks to The Nation about the role monetary policy plays in crisis, if money can be turned into a more democratic tool, and his new book, The Currency of Politics.
The Rotten Roots of the IMF and the World Bank The Rotten Roots of the IMF and the World Bank
A conversation with Jamie Martin about the imperial origins of the world’s economic governance, imagining an alternative to these institutions, and his new book, The Meddlers.
Vivek Chibber on the Future of Marxist Thought Vivek Chibber on the Future of Marxist Thought
His new book The Class Matrix: Social Theory After the Cultural Turn is an impassioned argument for centering class politics in both theory and praxis.
Are We Still Fighting the Battles of the New Left? Are We Still Fighting the Battles of the New Left?
Terence Renaud’s new book compels us to revisit post-war activist movements around the world to understand generational conflicts in the left.
What Is Fueling Our Century’s Global “Disorder”? What Is Fueling Our Century’s Global “Disorder”?
A conversation with historian Helen Thompson about the changes in energy consumption and monetary policy that set the table for today’s geopolitical instability.
Learning From Decades of Public Health Failure Learning From Decades of Public Health Failure
A conversation with George Aumoithe on the history of disease prevention, the economic roots of the crisis American hospitals face, and why we need to do better.