Q&A

Aziz Rana

Aziz Rana Wants Us to Stop Worshipping the Constitution Aziz Rana Wants Us to Stop Worshipping the Constitution

A conversation with the legal scholar on why its unusual the Constitution is core to American national identity and his new book The Constitutional Bind.

Jun 3, 2024 / Q&A / Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins

How Will AMLO’s Presidency Be Remembered?

How Will AMLO’s Presidency Be Remembered? How Will AMLO’s Presidency Be Remembered?

To understand the outgoing president’s popularity—and why not all leftists love him—Nicolas Allen spoke to three Mexican analysts from across the progressive political spectrum.

May 31, 2024 / Q&A / Nicolas Allen

Matt Stoller and Stacy Mitchell

Is 2024 the Year of Trust-Busting? Is 2024 the Year of Trust-Busting?

Matt Stoller and Stacy Mitchell discuss the battle against monopoly power.

May 28, 2024 / Q&A / Laura Flanders

WATCH LIVE: The Election After Gaza

WATCH LIVE: The Election After Gaza WATCH LIVE: The Election After Gaza

A conversation considering the ethical and strategic questions of voting amid Israel's US-backed war on Gaza.

May 17, 2024 / Conversations With ‘The Nation’

Steve Albini poses for a portrait in his recording studio.

Talking Punk, Nirvana, and the Ethics of Art Under Capitalism With Steve Albini Talking Punk, Nirvana, and the Ethics of Art Under Capitalism With Steve Albini

The legendary engineer, producer, and musician who died on May 7 spoke to Daniel Bessner about his career and the state of the music industry.

May 14, 2024 / Q&A / Daniel Bessner

Rachel Herzing and Justin Piché, authors of the new book “How to Abolish Prisons: Lessons from the Movement against Imprisonment.”

The Work of Abolishing Prisons: A Q&A With Rachel Herzing and Justin Piché The Work of Abolishing Prisons: A Q&A With Rachel Herzing and Justin Piché

A conversation with Rachel Herzing and Justin Piché about their new book, How to Abolish Prisons: Lessons from the Movement Against Imprisonment.

May 9, 2024 / Q&A / Victoria Law

Ada Limón

Ada Limón: "The Country Has Taught Me That Poetry Lives Everywhere." Ada Limón: "The Country Has Taught Me That Poetry Lives Everywhere."

The US poet laureate on nature, the art of America, and her new anthology.

May 7, 2024 / Q&A / Sara Franklin

A wall separating Israel and the West Bank.

Can We Build a Shared Homeland for Israelis And Palestinians? Can We Build a Shared Homeland for Israelis And Palestinians?

In this conversation, Jon Wiener and May Pundak of A Land For All discuss a road map for a better two-state solution.

Apr 29, 2024 / Q&A / Jon Wiener

Jessi Jezewska Stevens

Data, Desire, and Where Fiction Goes Next Data, Desire, and Where Fiction Goes Next

The Nation speaks to Jessi Jezewska Stevens about her new short-story collection, which dramatizes late-capitalist living.

Apr 24, 2024 / Q&A / Rose D’Amora

Talking “Solidarity” With Astra Taylor and Leah Hunt-Hendrix

Talking “Solidarity” With Astra Taylor and Leah Hunt-Hendrix Talking “Solidarity” With Astra Taylor and Leah Hunt-Hendrix

A conversation with the activists and writers about their wide-ranging history of the politics of the common good and togetherness.

Apr 23, 2024 / Q&A / Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins

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