Interview

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Sits Down With “The Nation”

Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Sits Down With “The Nation” Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel Sits Down With “The Nation”

In his first-ever interview with a US outlet, the Cuban president shares his thoughts on the future of Cuban socialism, the US blockade, and the economic difficulties facing the i...

Oct 28, 2023 / Editorial / D.D. Guttenplan and Katrina vanden Heuvel

Someone on the Internet using a binary code.

Why the Internet Hates Gay People Why the Internet Hates Gay People

A conversation with Alexander Monea about his recent book on the history of search engines, content moderation, AI, and the ways they form biases against queerness.

Jun 5, 2023 / Interview / Jacob Bruggeman

Palestinian Lives, and Death: An Interview With Rachel Kushner

Palestinian Lives, and Death: An Interview With Rachel Kushner Palestinian Lives, and Death: An Interview With Rachel Kushner

“It was really demoralizing to people that he died in this way. It hurt so sharply, and it still hurts,” the author said.

May 14, 2021 / Interview / Jon Wiener

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Was the Killing of Ahmad Erekat an Extrajudicial Execution? Was the Killing of Ahmad Erekat an Extrajudicial Execution?

A novel forensic analysis questions the Israeli narrative justifying the high-profile shooting and raises serious questions about the police’s conduct.

Feb 26, 2021 / Interview / Noura Erakat, Mouin Rabbani, and Angela Davis

Russ Feingold on Why We Need to Talk About Expanding the Supreme Court

Russ Feingold on Why We Need to Talk About Expanding the Supreme Court Russ Feingold on Why We Need to Talk About Expanding the Supreme Court

The president of the American Constitution Society talks about Justice Ginsburg’s death and the theft of Supreme Court seats.

Sep 22, 2020 / Interview / John Nichols

A Q&A With the Late, Great Jim Bouton

A Q&A With the Late, Great Jim Bouton A Q&A With the Late, Great Jim Bouton

Jim Bouton’s death at the age of 80 should cause us to pause and remember the pitcher who changed sports history.

Jul 12, 2019 / Interview / Dave Zirin

Mark Sabbatini

What It’s Like to Run the Arctic’s Alt-Weekly Newspaper What It’s Like to Run the Arctic’s Alt-Weekly Newspaper

Q&A with Mark Sabbatini, editor, writer, and publisher of Svalbard’s Icepeople.

Apr 24, 2019 / Interview / Atossa Araxia Abrahamian

Resistance by Refusal: You’re Never Too Legit to Quit Resistance by Refusal: You’re Never Too Legit to Quit

In an interview, Jennet Kirkpatrick, the author of The Virtues of Exit, makes the case for giving up.

Jan 2, 2018 / Asked & Answered / Richard Kreitner

What the US Can Learn From the Fall of the Roman Republic What the US Can Learn From the Fall of the Roman Republic

Ned Resnikoff interviews author Mike Duncan about how the United States can avoid Rome’s fate.

Oct 24, 2017 / Interview / Ned Resnikoff

Articles of Confederation

‘We Have Not a Government’: The US Before the Constitution ‘We Have Not a Government’: The US Before the Constitution

An interview with George William Van Cleve, author of a new book about a period of crisis that offers tools for thinking about our own.

Oct 23, 2017 / Asked & Answered / Richard Kreitner

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