Q&A

The Israeli Left Today

The Israeli Left Today The Israeli Left Today

A conversation with David Myers about the peace movement in Israel.

Dec 14, 2023 / no-paywall / Jon Wiener

The Work of Black Life: A Conversation With Christina Sharpe

The Work of Black Life: A Conversation With Christina Sharpe The Work of Black Life: A Conversation With Christina Sharpe

In Ordinary Notes, a extraordinary work of memoir, poetry, and criticism, she writes a love letter to Black art.

Dec 8, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Rhoda Feng

Headshots of Sa'ed Atshan and Katharina Galor

The Moral Triangle: Palestine, Israel, and Germany The Moral Triangle: Palestine, Israel, and Germany

A conversation about “peace and justice and freedom for all Palestinians and Israelis” with Sa’ed Atshan and Katharina Galor.

Nov 16, 2023 / Q&A / Linda Mannheim

A scene from the film “Orphans of the Storm” depicting a group carrying a sign bearing the slogan “Liberté, Egalité et Fraternité,” 1921.

The History of Equality: It’s Complicated The History of Equality: It’s Complicated

A conversation with the historian Darrin McMahon about his new book Equality: The History of an Elusive Idea and the strange and contradicting development of the liberal version o...

Nov 16, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins

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

A visitor takes photos of the Kowloon district from the viewing deck of the International Commerce Centre (ICC) in Hong Kong, 2017.

The Market Radicals Who Want to Put an End to Democracy The Market Radicals Who Want to Put an End to Democracy

A conversation with the historian Quinn Slobodian about economic loopholes, the end of neoliberalism, and his new book Crack-Up Capitalism.

Oct 11, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins

Canadian author Naomi Klein poses for a photograph at a press conference on September 3, 2015, in Sydney, Australia.

Naomi Klein Explains the Problems With Left-Wing Silence Naomi Klein Explains the Problems With Left-Wing Silence

The author of Doppelganger wants us to find stories that can “replace the socialism of fools with the socialism of facts.”

Oct 6, 2023 / Q&A / Laura Flanders

Survivor Justice and Democracy: A Conversation With Kylie Cheung

Survivor Justice and Democracy: A Conversation With Kylie Cheung Survivor Justice and Democracy: A Conversation With Kylie Cheung

The Nation spoke with the journalist and author about the ways in which domestic violence and the ongoing attacks on bodily autonomy impede the democratic process.

Sep 15, 2023 / Editorial / Victoria Law

Kate Zambreno’s Lessons in Looking

Kate Zambreno’s Lessons in Looking Kate Zambreno’s Lessons in Looking

A conversation about how the pandemic changed our relationship to the natural world, distrusting beauty, the challenges of writing about climate change, and her new book, The Ligh...

Sep 12, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Larissa Pham

An air raid test at a school in Newark, N.J., 1952.

Is Liberalism a Politics of Fear? Is Liberalism a Politics of Fear?

A conversation with Samuel Moyn about the Cold War’s profound and negative influence on the liberal worldview and his new book, Liberalism Against Itself.

Sep 11, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins

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