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Partially melting glaciers

Can Russian-US Scientific Cooperation Be Restored as Arctic Warming and the Ukraine War Intensify? Can Russian-US Scientific Cooperation Be Restored as Arctic Warming and the Ukraine War Intensify?

US and Russia have a long history of polar science cooperation.

Apr 16, 2024 / Pavel Devyatkin

Commemoration in Novosibirsk for victims of Moscow concert hall attack

The Moscow Terror Attack The Moscow Terror Attack

Coming just days after Putin’s orchestrated election, will it endanger his legacy—and his future?

Mar 25, 2024 / Editorial / Katrina vanden Heuvel for The Nation

President Trump Hosts Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban At The White House

Far From a Kink, Donald Trump’s Dictator Fetish Puts Him Squarely in the Mainstream Far From a Kink, Donald Trump’s Dictator Fetish Puts Him Squarely in the Mainstream

The American elite has long had a soft spot for “our sons of bitches” like those Trump now befriends.

Mar 22, 2024 / Jeet Heer

Police block the way to a monument in St. Petersburg, Russia, honoring the memory of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny the day after news of his death.

Free Boris Kagarlitsky Free Boris Kagarlitsky

The Nation joins the global appeal for his release.

Mar 5, 2024 / Katrina vanden Heuvel

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