Q&A

Michelle Horton on

“The System Works So Hard to Silence Us Because Our Voices Are Powerful” “The System Works So Hard to Silence Us Because Our Voices Are Powerful”

An interview with author and activist Michelle Horton about her new book, Dear Sister.

Feb 28, 2024 / Q&A / Victoria Law

Ali Abu Awwad

“I Don’t Want to Resist the Occupation—I Want to End the Occupation” “I Don’t Want to Resist the Occupation—I Want to End the Occupation”

An interview with Palestinian activist Ali Abu Awwad.

Feb 27, 2024 / Editorial / Ray Suarez

US Senators Chris Van Hollen (C-L) and Jeff Merkley (C-R) talk to the press as they visit the Egyptian side of the Rafah border crossing with the southern Gaza Strip along with a US delegation on January 5, 2024.

Report From the Rafah Crossing: An Interview With Jeff Merkley Report From the Rafah Crossing: An Interview With Jeff Merkley

The Oregon senator who tried to get into Gaza explains what he saw and learned.

Feb 9, 2024 / Q&A / Jon Wiener

The Century of Milton Friedman

The Century of Milton Friedman The Century of Milton Friedman

An interview with Jennifer Burns on her authoritative new biography of the American economist and the personal and intellectual origins of his theories.

Feb 5, 2024 / Books & the Arts / Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins

Pro-Palestinian supporters watch proceedings outside the International Court of Justice during the court ruling in The Hague, Netherlands, on Friday, Jan. 26, 2024.

“This Was a Watershed Moment”: What the ICJ’s Israel Ruling Really Means “This Was a Watershed Moment”: What the ICJ’s Israel Ruling Really Means

An interview with Omar Shakir, the Israel and Palestine director at Human Rights Watch, about the historic genocide ruling from the UN’s top court.

Jan 26, 2024 / Q&A / Jack Mirkinson

Protesters hold a huge banner reading

Making Abortion Safe Outside of the Legal System: A Q&A on Self-Managed Abortion Making Abortion Safe Outside of the Legal System: A Q&A on Self-Managed Abortion

Sociologist Naomi Braine’s new book on the global feminist movement for self-managed abortion took her to Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, and Europe to study activists’ work the...

Jan 30, 2024 / Q&A / Felicia Kornbluh

Why a UN Human Rights Adviser Quit Over Israeli War Crimes

Why a UN Human Rights Adviser Quit Over Israeli War Crimes Why a UN Human Rights Adviser Quit Over Israeli War Crimes

Craig Mokhiber explains why he resigned from his UN post with a letter accusing the organization of failing to stop an unfolding genocide in Gaza.

Jan 18, 2024 / Q&A / Laura Flanders

Rashida Tlaib

"I Always Outwork the Hate": An Exclusive Interview With Rashida Tlaib "I Always Outwork the Hate": An Exclusive Interview With Rashida Tlaib

The only Palestinian American in Congress talks about Gaza, Biden, and how she keeps going.

Jan 24, 2024 / Editorial / John Nichols

Pro-Palestinian activists and supporters carry placards, including a sign featuring names of journalists hurt during the latest conflict, during a National March for Palestine in central London on January 13, 2024.

“Think of It as a Genocide of Journalists” “Think of It as a Genocide of Journalists”

An interview with a member of the Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate about the unprecedented killing of reporters in Gaza.

Jan 18, 2024 / Q&A / Lylla Younes

Wendy Brown: A Conversation on Our “Nihilistic” Age

Wendy Brown: A Conversation on Our “Nihilistic” Age Wendy Brown: A Conversation on Our “Nihilistic” Age

The Nation spoke with the political theorist about the multifront crisis of the post-Trump era and the moral and intellectual commitments of scholars and higher education.

Jan 10, 2024 / Books & the Arts / Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins

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