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Bill Clinton news and analysis from The Nation
June 17, 2022
Democrats Can Break the “Midterm Curse”
Contrary to popular belief, incumbent parties aren’t automatically fated to lose seats. Just look at 1998.
February 10, 2022
The Strategic Blunder That Led to Today’s Conflict in Ukraine
There was a world out there for the planet’s sole superpower to lead, and the US wasn’t about to waste time on introspection.
August 24, 2021
Making Rahm Emanuel Ambassador to Japan Would Be a Sick Joke
Nominating the foul-mouthed former Chicago mayor is an insult to Japan—and a clear indication that Black lives don’t really matter.
Robert L. Borosage
July 7, 2021
The War on Drugs Is 50 Years Old
It’s a war we were destined—and that we deserved—to lose.
Alfred W. McCoy
February 8, 2021
Larry Summers Is Still Worth Ignoring
Shut out of power, the onetime wunderkind tries to grab the spotlight with an attention-getting argument.
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September 9, 2020
Biden Must Resist the Calls for a ‘Sister Souljah’ Moment
This is time when a moral voice is needed, not a cynical one.
Robert L. Borosage
April 7, 2020
When Centrists Sounded Like Bernie
If the Democratic Party won’t listen to the left, it should at least listen to itself from 30 years ago.
January 10, 2020
Can Haiti Rise From the Ashes?
Over the past decade Haitians have suffered a devastating earthquake, a failed reconstruction effort, and chronic political corruption. But resistance continues, and there are signs of hope.
December 5, 2019
The Republicans’ Star Impeachment Scholar Is a Shameless Hack
Jonathan Turley’s testimony was so inconsistent, it contradicted his own previous statements on impeachment.
August 12, 2019
Epstein’s Death Demands Investigation, Not Conspiracy Theories
Trump wants to push the Epstein story into the realm of free-floating speculation and fantasy. We need to keep it grounded in evidence.