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A stable government and an end to insurgency are possible--but only if the US withdraws.
The healthcare reform debate exposed the weakness of the prochoice movement. What now?
The nuclear dilemma in the Obama era.
How to support quality reporting in a digital age.
Plaudits for Nation writers; growing interest in instant runoff voting; xenophobia in Greece.
If banks aren't fighting the financial regulatory bill tooth and nail, then you know the reform isn't worth the paper it's written on.
Obama has been slow to block the rightward charge of the federal judiciary, but he's begun to show signs of spunk.
The Catholic Church's moral authority in the secular world is the most detestable aspect of the current scandal.
As laws and DEA enforcement strategies change, so, too, do the fortunes of Northern California's Humboldt County.
What caused this healthcare fit?
The superficial sincerity of Noah Baumbach's Greenberg is not to be trusted.
Raul Hilberg, the first historian to document the banality of Nazi evil, nursed a lifelong grudge against the woman who borrowed from and popularized his work, Hannah Arendt.
Letters published in the April 19, 2010 issue of The Nation.
Puzzle published in the April 19, 2010 issue of The Nation.